NEW HONDA CR-V

Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V

  • Bold aesthetics underscore new Honda CR-V’s advanced design
  • First CR-V to offer high-power, high-efficiency turbo engine technology
  • Premium interior focuses on comfort, style, space and versatility
  • Cutting-edge technology applied across infotainment and safety systems

With cumulative global sales of 9,0-million units in more than 150 countries, the fourth-generation Honda CR-V is the world’s best-selling SUV (JATO CY2013-2016).

Making its South African debut this month, the all-new, fifth-generation CR-V is set to extend that success even further. This latest version is the most advanced, most spacious and most sophisticated iteration of the popular compact SUV to date.

From a local perspective, it builds on a successful track record stretching back over more than 20 years, when the CR-V pioneered the compact SUV sector in South Africa.
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  • Honda unveils next steps on path towards Electric Vision at 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show
  • World premiere of the Honda Urban EV Concept – Honda’s first EV for Europe
  • CR-V Hybrid Prototype previewed European version of best-selling SUV

Honda used the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show to reveal the next steps in its plan for electrification of its European car range. The focus for the brand at Frankfurt was the world premiere of the Honda Urban EV Concept, setting the direction for a future production model. Alongside this debut, the CR-V Hybrid Prototype previewed the European version of the all-new CR-V SUV.

Honda Motor CEO, Takahiro Hachigo unveiled the Honda Urban EV Concept at the main Honda Press Conference.

Honda’s Type R brand has become shorthand for fast, front-drive hot hatch fun – we pick out its biggest icons.

  1. 1998 Integra Type R DC2
1998 Integra Type R DC2

1998 Integra Type R DC2

The first Type R in the UK; Japan got it three years earlier, with different lights. Its 1.8-litre VTEC engine found 30bhp on top of the donor Civic VTi’s 167. It used all Honda’s weight-skimming tricks, but gained huge brakes, extra bracing, a limited-slip diff, red seats and a titanium gearlever. Just great.

  1. 2001 Civic Type R EP3
2001 Civic Type R EP3

2001 Civic Type R EP3

A huge hit at the time, and still a joy to drive today, the EP3 took the three-door version of the van-styled Swindon-built Civic and gave it the full [...]

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