Car review - Honda’s limited edition CRV

Posted on Sep 30, 2015

If you love Honda’s CRV, but you feel like it’s missing something, then we have great news for you: you can now get the CRV Limited. Honda has significantly improved the car you love so much with tailgate spoiler, honeycomb sports grille, limited badge, limited aero rear, front bumpers and so much more. Keep on reading in order to discover why you should consider getting yourself this awesome car. 

What We Liked
The car has a powerful engine and its features are more than exciting.
What We Didn't
The engine has a smaller displacement in comparison with previous models.

What it's Got:

First of all, the car presents a 1.6 litre turbo diesel engine which is available only on a limited edition. The engine has a much smaller displacement as compared to the 2.2 litre turbo diesel engine. However, it still has the ability to encompass enough power measured in 8kW, while at the same time reaching 118kW, as the torque remains the same at 350Nm. A 9- speed automatic transmission is coupled to this brand new engine, thus significantly improving your driving experience.

The drive train has been updated as well, being much more efficient. In order to reveal its efficiency, the tests have shown that it delivers 5.9 litres per 100 km compared to the regular DTi-L which has the ability to deliver 6.9L per 100 km.

This limited edition of the Honda CRV also encompasses brand new, state-of-the-art headlights with LED lights that run through daytime. Moreover, the front bumper has also been updated, at the moment including an innovative set of especially-designed lights for foggy weather conditions.

The door handles are chrome-coloured whilst at the same time being accompanied by 18-inch alloy wheels and some brand new taillights.

As for the interior, the Series II presents its share of limited edition features such as a 7-inch touch screen along with satellite.

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The price for this limited edition issued by Honda starts somewhere around $44,290, without taking into account the costs of transportation. This means that the regular model is exceeded with about $1250. The standard model costs about $43,040, again, without including the road costs.

The DTi-L limited edition model also presents some new enticing features, such as an electric tailgate, a standard setting on the regular model.

As for safety features, you needn’t worry about this aspect. The car incorporates brand new anti-lock brakes, emergency stop signal and hill start assistance. Not to mention the fact that the car presents hill descent control, tyre deflation warning system and also active cornering lights. Honda is concerned about your safety.

This car is genuinely a masterpiece – Honda should be more than proud to be the brand that has created and distributed it. The driving experience it offers is utterly smooth and more than enticing; the engine will undoubtedly fulfil every car enthusiast’s expectations. That’s a given.

Engine: 1.6 L turbo diesel
Torque: 350Nm
Transmission: 9-speed automatic
Fuel: 5.9l/100km (combined)
Price: From 44,290 (plus on-road costs)
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