It’s snow surprise the CR-V is the best selling SUV so far in 2006. With refined road manners and an intelligent 4WD system that adapts to all conditions, the Honda is the ideal mode of transport during harsh winter weather.
Combined petrol and diesel sales of the award-winning CR-V top those of any other car in the SUV category, thanks to the vehicle’s superior ride, handling and versatility.
On roads covered in snow or heavy frost, the CR-V comes into its own, offering a safer, more confident drive thanks to its responsive 4WD set-up. As soon as slippage is detected from the front wheels, the clever Honda system shifts power to the rear.
This provides the CR-V with better acceleration and performance on slippery surfaces. It also gives smoother responses and improved performance when accelerating around corners and pulling away from road junctions, or when understeer has set in.
The CR-V features either the acclaimed 2.2-litre i-CTDi diesel engine, or the 2.0-litre i-VTEC petrol unit. Prices start at £17,700.
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