Honda (UK) has unveiled two eye-catching, Special Edition variants of the popular CR-V, the Black Edition and White Edition.
The super-frugal Honda 1.6 i-DTEC engine has once again proven its real-world efficiency, this time in the new Honda CR-V.
Honda has confirmed pricing and specifications for the British built CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC, which is set to arrive in Honda dealerships this October. Available in three trim levels, prices for this new variant start at £22,800 for the entry level S, £24,660 for the SE and £26,880 for the 1.6 i-DTEC range topping SR trim.
One of the best ways to boost fuel economy and reduce emissions, all at the same time, is by switching to clean diesel architecture. That move was made by Volkswagen around the world almost a decade ago, and how Honda is following suit.
The new British built Honda CR-V has been rated one of Europe‘s safest cars, according to new independent crash testing results from Euro NCAP, receiving the maximum 5-star rating.
The British built CR-V is the next model in the Honda line-up to receive the new Earth Dreams Technology 1.6 i-DTEC diesel engine.
The outstanding practicality, versatility and interior space of the Honda CR-V has long been appreciated by its customers. Those qualities have also sparked huge interest from – and significant sales to – the UK’s emergency organisations.
The fourth-generation Honda CR-V comes to the 2012 Paris Auto Show from 29 September to 14 October for its European debut.
Honda customers purchasing the CR-V can enjoy an extension of the popular Spring offer of a complimentary trim level upgrade.
There were celebrations today at Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd (HUM) in Swindon as they introduced a second shift within their Car Plant 2 facility.