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About The HONDA CR-V
The Honda CRV has been offered by the Honda Motor Company since 1995. The Honda CRV is described as a compact crossover sports utility vehicle. The CRV is one of three sports utility vehicles offered by Honda, also including the Element (which will be discontinued after 2011) and the Pilot. The Honda CRV is produced in several different countries including Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, Mexico and China. The Honda CRV is distributed worldwide.
The original first generation Honda CRV offered a single trim level and was produced from 1995 to 2001. This trim model later became known as the LX and included a 2.0, 126 hp engine, a 4-wheel double wishbone suspension system, and a fold down picnic table, under the rear seat area. The Honda CRV LX model offers front-wheel drive or Real Time 4WD, a Dual hydraulic Pump Rear Differential system with 4WD transfer. Slight changes were made to the Honda CRV’s first generation molding and body colors over the next few years. The Honda CRV Special Edition was released in North America in 2000, which included leather interiors, a compact disc/cassette audio system, rear privacy glass, body colored side moldings, and a hard spare tire cover.
The second edition Honda CRV was released in 2002. That edition of the Honda CRV produced until 2006. The new generation Honda CRV offered a stronger engine (based on the i-VTEC system), a new chassis with a rear reactive-link double wishbone suspension system, and increased cargo space. Car and Driver magazine ranked the Honda CRV the Best Small SUV in 2002 and 2003. Slight modifications were made to the second edition Honda CRV, including upgrades to the EX trim model such as steering wheel-mounted radio controls, XM Satellite Radio capabilities, and the second addition Honda CRV also had an external temperature monitor.
The most recent Honda CRV generation offers a 2.4 L 4-cylindar engine, also used in the Honda Accord and Honda Element. Several modifications were made to the Honda CRV design including the spare wheel being moved to the undercarriage (as opposed to the rear of the vehicle). In addition, the Honda CRV now offers the EX-L model which includes an Alpine navigation system, XM radio, in dash compact disc player with six-disc changer, a rear backup camera and leather interior.
The Honda CRV was the best selling vehicle in its class until 2001, when it was overtaken by the Ford Escape and the Mazda Tribune. The Honda CRV has continuously received the Kelly Blue Book “Best Resale Value Award” in both the Compact Utility Vehicle and Top 10 categories. With Honda’s elimination of the Element, the Honda CRV will become Honda’s entry level sports utility vehicle.