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Honda Accord and CR-V recalled over auto braking issue

Honda Australia has recalled 2138 late-model Accord sedans and CR-V SUVs over a potential issue with the Collision Mitigation Braking System. The recall notice posted on the website of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission states that the automatic system could unexpectedly activate while operating the vehicle...

Honda CR-V: European model to debut predictive cruise control in 2015

The European version of the Honda CR-V will this year gain a predictive cruise control system, which is able to brake more smoothly when a car cuts in ahead. Dubbed Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, the system uses camera and radar to monitor the position and movement of nearby cars. The CR-V's computers then calculate the likelihood of each car cutting into the SUV's lane...

Honda Accord Euro, Civic, CR-V, Jazz : 21,752 vehicles recalled as Takata airbag defect grows

Honda Australia is recalling a total of 21,752 vehicles across four key models as the fallout continues from a widespread fault related to airbags manufactured by Japanese auto parts company Takata. Already affecting millions of vehicles from a gamut of manufacturers worldwide, the latest addition to the Takata airbag recall includes 8233 CR-Vs, 5908 Jazzs, 5106 Honda Accord Euros and 2505 Civics, all built between 2003-2004...

2015 Honda CR-V Series II pricing and specifications

The 2015 Honda CR-V Series II range has arrived in Australian showrooms with an expanded front-wheel-drive range, tweaked exterior styling and new technology, while retaining the pricing of the model it replaces. Previously only available in entry-level VTi specification, the 114kW/190Nm 2...

AWD Honda CR-V acts like a FWD car during low grip test

The all-wheel drive version of the Honda CR-V performs much like a front-wheel drive car when the front wheels have little or no grip. Using rollers to simulate a low grip situation, Teknikens Varld tested the latest pre-facelift version of the all-wheel drive CR-V...

Euro Honda CR-V facelift brings new 110kW 1.6-litre diesel, nine-speed auto

Honda's European arm has unveiled its take on the facelifted fourth-generation Honda CR-V, which, aside from updated looks, sports a new 1.6-litre turbo-diesel motor. For Europe, the revised CR-V will feature a new high power version of the 1.6-litre turbo-diesel motor from the Earth Dreams series...

2015 Honda CR-V facelift revealed in full in the US

Honda North America has revealed in full the look of the facelifted fourth-generation Honda CR-V SUV. Visually, the biggest changes are up front where the updated CR-V features a two-layer grille with U-shaped chrome bars at the top and bottom. This is flanked by a new set of headlights with built-in LED daytime driving lights...

2015 Honda CR-V facelift unveiled

The facelifted 2015 Honda CR-V has been revealed in a single image posted online. The new-look Honda SUV has been spied previously by CarAdvice's photographers, but the above image - posted by US site Motor Trend - gives plenty away regarding the updated model's styling...

2015 Honda CR-V facelift spied

CarAdvice’s spy photographers have captured a prototype of the updated Honda CR-V testing in Southern Europe. The Japanese brand’s facelifted SUV is seen here testing alongside the current CR-V, making it easy to spot the updates on the partially camouflaged new model. The three-slat front grille of the current model makes way for a new two-slat fixture with a larger honeycomb mesh panel at its base...

Honda CR-V Plus+ Edition brings sharper value to SUV staple

Honda has improved the value equation of its entry-level CR-V VTi two- and four-wheel-drive range with the addition of a value-packed Plus+ special edition.  The Honda CR-V VTi Plus gets extra features over the regular VTi such as 18-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, front and rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, metallic paint (flat paint is not available) and special badges in return for a $1000 price hike...

Honda CR-V Diesel launches from $38,220

The long-awaited Honda CR-V Diesel has joined Honda's mid-size SUV range 14 months after the launch of the fourth-generation petrol variants. Priced from $38,220 before on-road costs, both all-wheel-drive CR-V Diesel grades (DTi-S and DTi-L) are powered by a 2.2-litre four-cylinder direct injection turbo-diesel that produces 110kW and 350Nm...