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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
FUEL ECONOMY 5.9/100km

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...

Honda CR-V diesel here in January

A long-awaited diesel engine option join the Honda CR-V range from January, as the Japanese brand's local division belatedly attempts to cash in on SUV buyers' hunger for diesel-powered models. It will also become Honda Australia’s first diesel automatic model, with the brand confirming the choice of manual and auto transmissions for the newest addition to its line-up...

Honda CR-V gets new safety technology option

Honda has expanded the introduction of its new driver assistance package to include the Honda CR-V, adding new technology and safety to the mid-size SUV. A $3500 option offered exclusively on the $42,290 flagship four-wheel drive Honda CR-V VTi-L, the new advanced driver assist system (ADAS) originally debuted locally in the all-new ninth-generation Honda Accord in May...

2013 Honda CR-V priced from $27,490

A two-wheel-drive entry-level model has helped Honda introduce a sub-$28,000 price hook for the fourth-generation Honda CR-V. The Japanese brand has finally been granted its wish for a more affordable version of its top selling compact SUV. It will only be available with petrol engines for now, but a diesel will finally be made available late next year...