In this 2012 Honda CR V review, we will discuss some of the noteworthy features of this next generation Honda.
The 2012 version of Honda CR V will be introduced as a small sized van to carry seven or eight passengers. It will be designed with four-wheel drive configuration and produced in four different versions- Touring, EX-L, EX, and LX.
All editions will be powered by a 3.5 liter V6 engine to develop 244 horsepower, coupled to five-speed automatic transmission. The Touring and EX-L trims will be designed with cylinder deactivation feature which will help in enhancing the fuel economy considerably. The Touring and EXL fuel economy ratings are 26 miles per gallon on highways and 19 miles per gallon on city roads.
The basic level 2012 Honda edition called LX will be loaded with power windows in the 1st and 2nd rows, air conditioning, a cruise control system, and a CD player. The EX edition will be packed with power sliding doors, temperature control system, a power drivers seat, and a dashboard mounted CD player. The EX-L model will have leather trim, a power moon roof, a navigation system, and heated front seats. The Touring edition of 2012 Honda CR V will have a power lift gate, an expensive music system, and power adjusted pedals. 2012 Honda CR V will be loaded with stability and traction control system, anti-lock disc brakes, brake assist, curtain airbags, and all side airbags.
There’s no clarity on the pricing part yet, but considering the fact that not much has changed for 2012, it is expected to be priced in the range of about $29,000-$45,000. Once again Honda is predicting that the highly popular EX-L trim is going to be the best-seller accounting for more than fifty percent of the sales.