The CR-V’s exterior benefits from roof racks and side steps, while the interior is equipped with a high-resolution DVD unit that plays CDs and MP3 files, features an SD card slot and USB port, and includes wireless headphones.
Honda says the Extra Pack was designed specifically with active families, kids and road trips in mind.
The Extra Pack will be available while stocks last on the $38,790 CR-V Sport and the range-topping $42,790 CR-V Luxury.
The CR-V was a shining light for Honda Australia from a sales perspective in 2010. Sales of the compact SUV increased 42 percent compared with 2009. In total, 7244 units were delivered around the country, up from 5103.
Its share of the compact SUV market increased marginally to 6.3 percent, placing it sixth behind the Subaru Forester, Toyota RAV4, Nissan X-Trail, Mazda CX-7 and the Mitsubishi Outlander.
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