The floods can't stay in the way of Honda and as proof the carmaker has announced that they will start delivering the first units of the all-new generation CR-V in Japan starting December 2nd.
The model has a lot characteristics that will make you buy it. Some of them are: the new design, a bigger interior and the fuel economy. The already existing 2.4-liter AWD model will be joined by a 2.0-liter FWD model.
The CR-V was introduced back in 1995 and ever since, the model was sold in 160 countries worldwide. More than 5 million units have met their owners so far.
At the Tokyo Motor Show, the JMD version of the CR-V may have its debut and this is exactly why you have to stay close and wait for more exciting news and also close shots of the car.
Honda has demonstrated once more that nothing stays in its way.
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