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A new diesel engine that is smaller but generates more power and is more efficient. That's the headline for the limited edition Honda CR-V DTi L. We take a closer look at the other positives for this new model.
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LIST PRICE Fr $44,290
CARADVICE RATING 8.0
FUEL ECONOMY 5.9/100km
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2017 Honda CR-V: Five-seat and seven-seat confirmed for Australia, here in July

Initial details for the all-new 2017 Honda CR-V range have been confirmed this week, with the Japanese SUV to feature seven seats and turbo petrol power for the first time. The fifth-generation SUV will offer the company's 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine, developing 140kW of power and 240Nm of torque, mated to a continuously-variable transmission (CVT)...

CarAdvice podcast 47: European sport sedan comparison

The podcast team this week is Mandy, Paul and James Wong, as they bring you the biggest car news of the week, which includes the reveal of the super quick 2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC63, Nissan Altima and Pulsar axed, 2018 Holden Commodore Tourer revealed, and the 2018 Infiniti QX80 Monograph to be revealed in New York on April 12...

2017 Honda CR-V seven-seater teased in Thailand

The next-generation 2017 Honda CR-V has been teased in Thailand, with seven seats and a turbo-diesel engine. As reported by Paul Tan's Automotive News in Malaysia, the new CR-V teased during the Thai launch of the Civic hatch differs slightly from the recently-revealed US-market model, which is five seats only and doesn't offer the option of a diesel mill...

2017 Honda CR-V: Seven-seater and sales growth expected, but no diesel

The next-generation Honda CR-V is expected to match it with the segment’s top sellers when it launches in the third quarter of 2017, returning the well-known nameplate to the lion’s share of buyers’ consideration lists...

2017 Honda CR-V: All-new SUV is part three in brand revival

Phase three in Honda Australia’s product and sales reboot has now been revealed. As you can read more of here, the 2017 Honda CR-V is out and about, and will make its way to Australia in the second half of 2017. The fifth generation of Honda’s mid-sized SUV staple will join the just-launched Civic sedan/imminent hatch, and the still-strong and relatively fresh HR-V small crossover in the Japanese company’s rejuvenating range...

2017 Honda CR-V unveiled in the US

The fifth-generation Honda CR-V has been unveiled in the US, ahead of its debut in Australia likely to be sometime next year. Stylistically, the new CR-V isn't as big or as bold a departure from the previous model as the generational change recently undertaken by the related Civic...

New Honda CR-V due next year, to be more dynamic and upmarket

The all-new 2017 Honda CR-V, set to break cover within the next few months, will be a more premium and dynamic offering designed to take it right up to the dominant Mazda CX-5 in the booming medium SUV market. Due to launch in Australia during the second half of next year, following on from a world premiere in the US within a few months, the next iteration of Honda’s long-running SUV nameplate will follow in the wheel-tracks of the sportier new Civic...

2017 Honda CR-V spied testing

The new 2017 Honda CR-V has been spied testing in the US this week, some four years since the debut of the current fourth-generation model. Spied in a surprisingly light layer of camouflage, this final-body prototype of the new 2017 CR-V reveals more than a few key details about its styling...

2017 Acura MDX facelift spied testing

The luxury-focussed version of Honda’s large Pilot SUV, the Acura MDX, is coming in for a mid-life makeover that could possibly preview the next step in the brand’s styling language. Launched in 2014, the current third-generation MDX may be the last new model to wear the brand’s much-maligned ‘beak’ grille, with these new photos hinting at a new design at the front end...

Honda Australia wishing for ute and large SUV, may have to settle for seven-seat CR-V

A seven-seat version of the next-generation Honda CR-V could form an important pillar for Honda Australia, as the brand has confirmed it is unable to secure a large SUV or dual-cab utility vehicle in the near future. At a business meeting this week with media, Honda Australia director Stephen Collins gave the best indication to date that Australians could get the next-generation Honda CR-V – likely due in 2017 – with three rows of seating...

Honda Australia extends Takata airbag recall: CR-V, Jazz, Jazz Hybrid, City, Insight

Honda Australia has issued a new recall notice this week, expanding its ongoing recall of vehicles affected by the global Takata airbag scandal. The recall, which centres on the potential for metal fragments to pass through the airbag at the moment of deployment, has affected more than 53 million vehicles worldwide...