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New Honda CR-V pricing, specs and CO2 emissions

7 Honda CR-V

Honda has confirmed the specification and pricing of the next generation CR-V. 

The new model will cost from £25,995 and will arrive in showrooms in September.

Initially the CR-V will only feature a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine with CO2 emissions from 143g/km. A more efficient hybrid version is expected to launch next year.

The CR-V can be specified with five or seven seats and two- or four-wheel-drive.

Versions with a manual transmission produce 172PS, while CVT variants develop 190PS.

There are four trim levels, ranging from entry-level S grade to SE, SR and finishing at the top of the range EX. 

Standard across all grades is parking sensors and a rear view camera as well as Honda’s suite of safety features, which includes collision mitigation braking system, forward collision warning, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control and traffic sign recognition. 

SR and EX will also feature blind spot warning and cross traffic monitoring, while the CVT version will feature low speed follow.

SR grade also adds smart entry and start, leather interior, active cornering lights and front windscreen de-icer.

EX further includes a heated steering wheel, head up display, hands free access power tailgate, heated rear seats and panoramic glass sunroof.

Honda CR-V pricing and CO2 emissions:

Engine

Drive

Trans

Seats

Grade

CO2

OTR

1.5L

2WD

Manual

5

S

143

£25,995

 

 

172PS

 

SE

143

£27,855

 

4WD

Manual

 

SE

149

£28,955

 

 

172PS

 

SR

149

£31,435

 

 

 

 

EX

149

£34,145

 

 

CVT

 

SE

158

£31,265

 

 

190PS

 

SR

158

£33,745

 

 

 

 

EX

158

£36,455

 

 

Manual

7

SE

149

£30,655

 

 

172PS

 

SR

149

£33,135

 

 

CVT

 

SE

158

£32,965

 

 

190PS

 

SR

158

£35,445


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Comments

  • The Engineer - 02/08/2018 15:57

    Err great Honda, we have a company cap on petrols of 130g/km.. so which one of the above do I buy? I still don't understand why our company has a 130 limit on petrols but no limits on diesels, so I can have a higher CO2 diesel that also chucks out more soot! whats going on in those fleet offices? Oh and Honda, you really can't say what the hybrid will do? if its worthwhile engineering, why not do that model FIRST?

  • Gary Turnbull - 21/10/2018 20:09

    I agree with 'The Engineer' as hybrid are the future, and where I come from, they've added further tax on fuel to encourage hybrid ownership, I'd be very interested figures, specs and prices for the CR-V and would be happy to see an HR-V hybrid.

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