The popularity of the British-built CR-V makes it one of the world’s favourite SUVs. It might not be very flash – apart from the odd strip of chrome trim – however this boxy utility vehicle is smooth riding, boasts quiet 1.6- or 2.2-litre i-DTEC diesel engines and is as reliable as anything.
The 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show underlines an important year for Honda and will see the brand presenting its new model range of entirely refreshed and all-new cars displayed together. Alongside the new line-up, Honda will also showcase design concepts and advanced technologies, all demonstrating Honda’s unique creativity in meeting the personal mobility challenges of today and the future.
Honda (UK) has confirmed pricing and specification for the world’s biggest selling SUV in 2014, the new British built CR-V, which will be arriving in dealerships in March. Prices will start from a competitive £22,340 OTR for the entry level…
As January prepares to enter the final furlong we pick out the top stories making the headlines for the week of 19th-23rd January 2015. It’s Diesel Car’s weekend round up.
Honda’s CR-V is already one of the most popular compact SUVs sold around the world. More than 750,000 units have been sold in Europe since it was launched in 1997, nearly 50,000 of which during 2014. In the first nine…
A busy week as manufacturers reflect on the end of 2014 and their sales success, we bring you the first weekend update of the 2015, for the week 5th-9th January
Honda is to introduce the world’s first predictive cruise control system known as Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control (i-ACC), capable of foreseeing and automatically reacting to other vehicles ‘cutting-in’ to the equipped vehicle’s lane.
We’re dusting down the Diesel Car time machine to turn back the clock three years to October 2011.
Honda (UK) will this week use the Paris Motor Show to reveal its new-look CR-V.