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Monday, August 01, 2011

By Pranjal Gera

Craze about the New Honda CR-V

At last, the curtain with which 2012 Honda CR-V was disguised has been pulled off. Though, it has been detected on Indian roads a number of time, now it has been brought in front thus revealing the mystery. This model brings forth complete particulars as what to be expected out of the new SUV from Honda. Although this is not the manufactured model, but Honda is famous for putting ideas in making of its vehicles without bringing any alterations.

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For start, this is apparently a giant exit for Honda from where it disappeared. Without doubt, the fresh Honda CR-V is bigger and more forceful than the previous one what with new-fangled pointed headlamps and a brand novel grill. These headlamps are reminiscent of the ancient Honda Accord which had double barrel projectors. On the facade, the new CR-V has a skid plate. The roof draws on top giving an open-air experience.

Honda CR-V Pictures

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This model has a very smooth and sleek look. It is also fuel efficient. On the sides, there are 2 jagged lines. This shows that Honda is really taking pains to perk up its novel CR-V.

The most important modifications have been at the back which looks curiously huge signifying that 7 adults can be seated. The back jogs the memory to Volvo XC60 which had similar tail lamps.


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It is not anticipated from Honda to make any alterations in the fuel tank of Honda CR-V. The current 2.4 litre 4 cylinder engines will be maintained. Although, it is not ruled out that a diesel and hybrid power selection could prove to be worthwhile and rewarding.

This future model is anticipated to be unveiled later in 2011 at the Los Angeles Motor Show.

Some of the popular hatchback models in the Indian auto market are Chevrolet Beat Diesel, Toyota Etios Liva, Ford Figo, Maruti SwiftHyundai i10, Chevrolet Beat and Volkswagen Polo. Apart from these popular models, cars going to hit the Indian roads this year are Maruti Cervo and Honda Brio.

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