Honda has announced the economy and emissions data for CR-V Hybrid, before revealing it in production form at the Mondial Paris Motor Show 2018.
The fifth generation of the stunning model arrived at Johnsons Honda in the autumn, with the new hybrid version set to arrive in showrooms in 2019. The production-specification debut of the hybrid was joined on Honda’s show stand by the petrol models of the car, showcasing a range of variants including the new seven-seater option. The refreshed HR-V, a unique Civic Type R ‘Art Car’, and motorcycle, power equipment and motorsport products were also on display.
Ahead of its European show debut, Honda confirmed the official fuel economy and CO2 emissions for the hybrid version. Under the combined cycle of the revised NEDC test, the front-wheel drive model of the 184 PS (135 kW) petrol-electric SUV has achieved CO2 emissions of 120g/km and official average (combined) fuel economy of 53.3mpg. The all-wheel drive variant has CO2 emissions of 126g/km and average (combined) fuel economy of 51.4 mpg.
The latest evolution of Honda’s popular compact SUV has been developed as the most practical, comfortable and refined CR-V yet. The CR-V Hybrid is driven by Honda’s unique i-MMD technology, which intelligently and automatically switches between three driving modes – EV Drive, Hybrid Drive and Engine Drive – to optimise both performance and efficiency. The fuel-efficient petrol engine and electric motors work together to deliver smooth power and responsive acceleration when required.
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