The Honda CR-V is a compact SUV model from Honda which was first introduced in Japan in 1995. In Indonesia alone, the Honda CR-V debuted in 2000 and immediately received a very good response. This Honda CRV car is available in 3 variants. Currently, the car which is called a “Compact Recreational Vehicle”

Launching from Japan, currently, Honda is making an environmentally-friendly Honda CR-V project, aka an internal electric car, which will be included in the e: HEV line up. Name e: HEV is the hallmark of Honda’s eco-friendly vehicles. And starting this year, the CR-V joins Honda’s e: HEV family after previously having the Jazz e: HEV.

Honda CR-V will be equipped with a 2.0-liter petrol engine with 145 PS with an electric motor with a torque of 315 Nm. Combined, these two systems are enough to propel a car from a standstill to a speed of 100 km / h in 8.6 seconds. The top speed of the CR-V e: HEV reaches 180 km/hour.

The combination of a gasoline engine and an electric motor in the new Honda CR-V will save fuel and produce lower CO2 emissions. On the CR-V model with front-drive, the fuel consumption is only 6.6 liters / 100 km with CO2 emissions of 151g / km (WLTP combined cycle). As for the all-wheel-drive CR-V, it produces CO2 emissions of 161g / km (WLTP combined cycle) and fuel consumption of 7.1 liters / 100km (WLTP combined cycle) and will be marketed in Europe first shortly.

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