Honda XR-V introduced at Chengdu Show

Posted on Sunday, 31 August 2014 , 03:08:20 byTheodora

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Honda XR-V introduced at Chengdu Show

Honda claims to be the power of dreams. On the whole, it is one of the most complex corporations in the world producing from motorcycles, trucks, planes, motorboats to robots and household items. In the auto field it is the fifth car manufacturer in the world and the brand has just introduced the Honda XR-V on the occasion of the 17th Chengdu Motor Show.

The Honda XR-V is nothing more but a version of the Vezel we find in Japan or the HR-V we can see in North America. However, the XR-V has certain features that distinguish it from its relatives. Visual differences include new slimmer tail lamps that are connected and an updated bumper. On the front, Honda has placed a new bumper with integrated turn signals and fog lights. The SUV is sized 4275 mm in length, is 1770 mm wide and 1605 mm high, and the wheelbase measures 2610 mm.

The Honda XR-V will be available in China with two petrol units with a configuration of 1.5 and 1.8 liters respectively, both equipped with a start-stop system. There is still no news on the exact power figures and the available transmissions, but looking closer to the the photos the SUV might very well have an automatic gearbox option.