manufacturing year – The Honda CR-V It is a midsize SUV (460 cm tall) with modern lines that excels in space and functionality. The house announces some improvements as well as the introduction of the Sport Line.
Unvariable hybrid – File update Honda CR-V to 2021 It is about a hybrid version that, while maintaining the same technical characteristics, marries the first character already adopted in jazz, namely e: HEV. The hybrid system consists of a 2-liter Atkinson petrol engine with 145 hp and two electric motors powered by a Li-ion battery, with a total capacity of 184 hp. All with a constant transmission ratio. These are the performances: Sprint from 0 to 100 km / h in 8.6 seconds (8.9 for the AWD version) and 180 km / h of top speed.
The sports streak is coming 2021 range from Honda CR-V The exhibition moves to its beginning Sport Line Available in two colors Crystal Black Pearl or Platinum White Pearl (in the pictures). Includes dark chrome detailing front and rear, smoked headlights and taillights, Gloss Black mirror caps, tinted rear windows (can be combined with Elegance trim level), specific 18-inch alloy wheels, and a piano black interior. Dark wood upholstery in the dashboard. The passenger compartment can also rely on wireless charging of smartphones (found in the premium executive version).
Hybrids are higher – Among the changes is on Honda CR-V 2021 There’s also the revised setup. The suspension has been re-tuned for maximum comfort, and thanks to a 36% increase in the steering column diameter, which is now 30 mm, the transmission of vibrations to the steering wheel has been improved. The e Hybrid Edition: HEV is available in 2WD or 4WD. Either way, it increased the ground clearance, moving to 20 cm in the 4×4 version, and to 19 in the 4×2 version.
Small interventions inside – In the cockpit of Honda CR-V Some materials have been refreshed which, according to the manufacturer, are more pleasant to the touch (the pillar effect has been replaced by a silver finish on the console, door panels, and dashboard). The 7-inch multimedia system screen remains unchanged, as does the instrument panel, which maintains the same thumb drive. It complements the range of driver assistance devices integrated into the Honda Sensing package which includes, among other things, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring and road sign recognition.