02 Jun The New Honda CR-V Is The Perfect Compact SUV
Honda has rolled out the new facelift of its renowned entry-level SUV, the CR-V. The CR-V puts the “utility” in “sports utility vehicle.” It has improved fuel economy with its “Earth Dreams” engine and a versatile seating arrangement that can be folded 60-40 to make extra room for cargo while saving space for passengers.
An Efficient Engine and Transmission: Saving Gas and Money
The Honda CR-V uses the direct-injected “Earth Dreams” engine, showing their dedication to environmental impact and conservation. It certainly delivers, with 185 horsepower, 27 miles per gallon in the city, and 34 on the highway.**
The transmission is handled by Honda’s continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) to efficiently provide power in varying situations. No matter your driving circumstances, you will find that the new Honda CR-V performs above and beyond expectations and will provide you with perpetually smooth acceleration.
Touring Model Offers A Safer Ride
The Touring trim offered by Honda will give your ride more safety features for your journeys on the road. CR-V owners who opt for this package will be treated to collision warning and braking assistance systems, lane drift warning and correctional systems, and adaptive cruise control. Owners will also experience side mirror memory with integrated turn signals and projector headlamps, and an LED daytime headlight option. The interior also gets some love with a visual upscale, power seats, and available infotainment options.
When it comes to various degrees of what makes a good SUV, such as city driving, highway driving, sporty driving, and utility, the CR-V excels in all categories. Furthermore, the added safety features of the Touring model can ensure that you’re well protected in your gas-saving whip. Test-drive this top-of-the-line entry-level SUV by making an appointment at a Honda of Aventura.
*Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.