Honda CR-V special editions launched
New Honda CR-V Black Edition and White Edition models launched
Special Black and White editions of the Honda CR-V have been revealed, adding new safety features and bold looks to the already practical compact off-roader.
The two new editions get 19-inch alloy wheels, a new grille, updated spoiler and protective front and rear skid plates that prevent damage underneath the car.
A generous list of practical gadgets available on the current Honda CR-V SE-T has been included. Bluetooth phone connectivity, front and rear parking sensors, satellite-navigation and dual-zone climate control are all standard.
Leon Brannan, Honda UK’s head of cars, said: “The CR-V is already a very popular choice thanks to its combination of distinctive and refined styling and excellent versatility. The new Special Edition Black and White enhance the range even further, offering real standout appeal and a bold new look. Now the only decision for customers is which colour most turns their head.”
The Honda CR-V is available with both manual and automatic gearboxes. It comes with either a 2.0-litre i-VTEC petrol engine or 2.2-litre i-DTEC diesel engine. The 2.2-litre diesel is the more economical of the two, managing 50.4mpg and has CO2 emissions of just 149g/km. Retail prices for the Honda CR-V Black or White Edition with the petrol engine and manual gearbox start from £28,400.
It’s also a very safe vehicle. It was awarded a full five-star rating in 2013’s Euro NCAP crash tests. The Honda CR-V scored an impressive 93 per cent for adult occupant protection and 74 per cent for child occupant protection.
Some cheap finance deals make the Honda CR-V very affordable, too. You can get the car on monthly PCP finance deals for just £309 a month, and Honda is also kindly throwing in a £500 deposit contribution towards the car. Its five-year care package, which includes five-years warranty, servicing and roadside assistance, is also included.
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