Honda CR-V is one of the leading manufacturers of artificial SUV cars from Japan called Honda which started in production in 1996. Beginning the CR-V only produced one model that adopts a petrol engine with a capacity of 2 liters. However, the design of this first experience a lot of criticism from consumers who feel disappointed with the performance of the first generation CR-V. Until the end Honda decided to raise the power generated by the engine of CRV without changing the engine capacity. Until the year 2001, CR-V experienced its heyday with a lot of consumer demand for these units so that production increased. Changes continue to be made on Honda CR-V, up to the newest units 2015 Honda CR-V that have experienced a number of major changes to all parts.
2015 Honda CR-V Specs
In the 2014 Honda CR-V series, demand for these units is always increasing along with quality improvement undertaken by Honda. 2015 Honda CR-V is the latest series of the CR-V type which has reached its heyday with production increasing from year to year. The machine that was adopted by this series is actually not much different from previous series because existing machines have been considered reliable enough to give impetus to this car weighing 1,500 kg.
2015 Honda CR-V Powertrain
The adoption by the machine 2015 Honda CR-V a third-generation machine that underwent major changes in 2007. In this third generation CR-V engine is equipped with an engine that is quite large, which is about 2.4 liters. This machine is capable of producing up to 166 horsepower when reached at 5600 rpm rotation.
2015 Honda CR-V Engines
2.4-liter engine fitted in 2015 Honda CR-V uses 4 cylinders mounted in line so as to produce an incredible power. Engine this model has never been applied before on Honda ACORD and Honda element is famous for its strength. In addition to great power inline engine will also provide other positive effects that the consumption of fuel is also on the wane.
2015 Honda CR-V Gallery
Review: By New Auto Maker, title 2015 Honda CR-V Refresh Review at Newautomaker.com