Honda CR-V Hybrid 2017 launched, fuel consumption is only 4.8 liters / 100km

The 2017 Shanghai Auto Show was an event to launch the Honda CR-V Hybrid, with a fuel consumption of only 4.8 liters per 100 kilometers.

In terms of design, the 2017 Honda CR-V Hybrid is not different from the standard version except for the addition of the “Hybrid” logo on the front fenders and lateral doors, and blue details.

Like the regular version, the 2017 Honda CR-V Hybrid is still equipped with large chrome bars and automatic shutters on the front grille, along with LED headlamps.

The back of 2017 Honda CR-V Hybrid is a traditionally backlit luminaire with more modern features. In the middle of the backlight continues to be a shiny chrome bar and underneath are two exhaust pipes with silver cladding.

 

The 2017 Honda CR-V Hybrid’s interior is more spacious and comes equipped with a new 7-inch touch display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The car also features clocks and a more modern color digital display, auto air-conditioning, LED trim, parking brake and USB port for rear seats.

The 2107 Honda CR-V Hybrid’s four-cylinder gasoline engine is powered by a 2.0-liter petrol that runs parallelly to the electric motor, producing a maximum output of 215 horsepower and incorporating CVT gearboxes. This system makes the average fuel consumption in urban areas, high speed and mixed is 4.8 – 5 – 4.9 liters / 100km, respectively.

Vehicle safety features can be referred to as cruise control, collision-minimizing braking, lane shift assistance, and lane maintenance support.

The 2107 CR-V Hybrid is expected to be available in the second half of 2017.

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