Popular Honda CR-V The Choice is Black or White

In Family, Featured Articles, Honda by Jonathan Humphrey

Eye-catching, Special Edition Honda CR-V, the Black Edition and White Edition

We are big fans of the Honda CR-V, after just driving the British Made CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC the latest with the fuel efficient EarthDreams Tech. I just sat down and saw the announcement of these exceptionally good looking models.

Only available in Black or White with  great looking road presence, featuring bold exterior enhancements. These CR-V Special Edition models bring savings of £770 compared to the CR-V SE-T along with the relevant optional equipment.

The CR-V’s distinctive styling is enhanced with the addition of bold 19-inch Orion alloy wheels, exhaust finisher and privacy glass. A new patterned front grille gives a more powerful expression of performance, while a tailgate spoiler extends the flowing lines of the roof over the rear window to give a sleek, dynamic look. Smoothly integrated running boards add practicality and visual impact, while front and rear skid plates top the styling upgrades while protecting the underside of the car.

The Special Editions also benefit from the generous specification offered with the CR-V SE-T, which features dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth HFT, front and rear parking sensors and power-folding door mirrors, plus metallic paint and satellite navigation all as standard.

The CR-V Special Editions will be supported online at www.honda.co.uk/headturner with a campaign which dubs the new model ‘The new head-turner from Honda’. The site invites users to choose ‘Which one turns your head?’, with an interactive graphic showing the percentage split between those favouring black against those opting for white.

Tweet your preference with the hashtag #CRVWHITE or #CRVBLACK, or share your choice on Facebook with Honda.

Available now in manual or automatic, with either the 2.0 i-VTEC petrol or 2.2 i-DTEC diesel engine. On the road prices start from £28,400 for the petrol manual version.

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