Honda CR-V Hybrid details announced | New Release - Car News Sep 2018


11:03 Friday 28 Sep 2018

Economy and emissions figures for the Honda CR-V Hybrid have now been confirmed ahead of the new model’s European debut at the Paris Motor Show next month.

Honda have revealed that the electrified SUV achieves fuel economy of 53.3mpg and CO2 emissions from 120g/km. That low end figure was achieved on the revised NEDC test by the front-wheel drive, 135kW petrol-electric version. Figures for the all-wheel drive version are slightly higher at 120g/km and 51.4mpg.

The CR-V Hybrid is driven by Honda’s latest i-MMD technology, which automatically switches between EV Drive mode, Hybrid Drive mode and Engine Drive mode for optimal performance and efficiency.

The new CR-V Hybrid will be joined on Honda’s Paris display stand by the conventional petrol CR-V range, including the new seven-seater option. The CR-V has been treated to refreshed exterior styling, updated interior, and new technology for the new model year.


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