About Honda CR-V

    The Honda CR-V is a compact SUV that premiered for the 1996 model year. The CR-V represents Honda's first crack at producing an SUV, and when it first hit the American soil it was projected to go head-to-head with the Subaru Forester. Initially, the model was equipped with a 2.0L inline four-cylinder engine that produced around 126 horsepower and 133 pounds-per-foot of torque. It was constructed on a unibody chassis with a double-wishbone suspension. As for the interior of the vehicle, the rear seats could be folded down to increase cargo room and a picnic table was stowed inside the floor. Only one trim was offered at first called the LX, but an EX trim was soon made available as well. With the EX, drivers got antilock brakes and 15” wheels. Another bulletpoint of the model was the four-wheel drive system, which used Honda's Dual Hydraulic Pump Rear Differential. This system features a dual-pump rear differential that engages the front tires but then transfers power to the rear tires without drivers having to adjust it themselves.

    Second-generation versions of the CR-V started making their way onto the streets in 2002. The engine was changed to a 2.4L four-cylinder configuration rated at 160 horsepower and it was mated to a standard five-speed manual transmission with a four-speed automatic offered in the list of optional Honda CR-V parts. The two trim levels remained the LX and EX. The Honda CR-V LX came with standard amenities such as full power accessories, air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver's seat, and a CD stereo system. The EX took it up a notch with standard airbags, alloy wheels, rear ventilation ducts, a sunroof, and premium CD audio system. In 2005, a bevy of changes were made to the Honda CR-V parts. The manual transmission was limited strictly to the EX trim, side airbags became optional on the LX, and antilock brakes became standard on the LX. Safety features such as stability control and side-curtain airbags became standard on all CR-V models, as well. A year later, the all-wheel drive only EX began being offered in front-wheel drive.

    2007 welcomed in the third generation of the Honda CR-V. Once again, the engine was upgraded, this time to a 2.4L inline four-cylinder credited for 180 horsepower and 161 pounds-per-foot of torque directed through a five-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard on all trim levels with all-wheel drive offered as an option. Trim levels include the LX, EX, and EX-L. The LX is equipped with power accessories, air conditioning, and a CD stereo system. EX models are outfitted with remote keyless entry, alloy wheels, a moonroof, and a premium audio system. The EX-L is considered the luxury trim and includes such parts as leather upholstery, a power driver's seat, satellite radio, and a USB adapter. Since its arrival on the roadways, the Honda CR-V has been one of the Japanese automaker's surprise hits and consistently ranks towards the top of its class in both sales and recognition. The Honda CR-V has been named a Consumer Guide Best Buy (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009), Best of Class by IntelliChoice (2005), and an AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Award winner (2007).

    When Honda decided to take on the SUV segment, not many considered the continuous dominance the brand enjoyed with sedans. Talk about being all wrong. The CR-V takes the Honda reputation to a whole new stratosphere, providing a provocative interior and dash options that alone are worth the price of admission. Is it roomy? Yes, but still arranged in a logically fashionable manner that allows a touch a luxury to cascade throughout. It handles well and performs even better. With all of the advanced traits in play and infinite style, the CR-V is an example of compact SUV excellence.

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    New Honda CR-V to Debut This Year
    New Honda CR-V to Debut This Year

    2012 Honda CR-V is on its way. Japanese automaker will introduce its new five-seat crossover this fall.

    The upgraded CR-V will receive minor interior changes, bland exterior styling, and some engine modifications. The crossover is expected to have four-cylinder engine producing between 180 and 200 horsepower. The previous model is equipped with 2.4-liter power unit. The upgraded CR-V will be lighter than the current model and has an improved fuel efficiency that will push the vehicle to 30 mpg. The fuel consumption of the previous model is rated at 21 mpg/city, 28 mpg/highway. The next generation 2012 Honda CR-V is expected to be equipped with a new i-MID telematics system.

    It looks like Honda competes with the Mitsubishi Outlander, BMW X1, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Toyota Fortuner. The 2012 Honda CR-V is expected to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show.