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The design combines the CR-V's rear and side profile with a fascia reminiscent of the Civic and Accord.
The CR-V's petrol engine provides power to a generator/motor which in turn sends power to a lithium battery or a traction motor.
However, first introduced in 1995, the CR-V was one of the very first, hence its sales status.
Perhaps most exciting of all is the upcoming launch of the hybrid CR-V, and prospective launch of Honda's first ever electric vehicle in Europe - the Urban EV - which is set for production in 2019.
Already one of the most popular vehicles of its type in the world, the CR-V has more than 800,000 sales to its name - and that's just in Europe.
Up for grabs with a choice of two diesel engines, with 120 and 160ps of power, plus a 2.0-litre petrol unit, and in four trim grades, the CR-V costs from an attractive PS23,475 for a 2.0 i-VTEC petrol S variant with frontwheel drive.
It may be regarded as a slightly boring, sensible choice by some, but the CR-V leaves few boxes unticked as a great family all-rounder.
This engine was originally developed for the Civic and proved to be so good it was decided to offer it in the CR-V and now the HR-V.
The HR-V is 10 inches shorter than the CR-V, so small isn't what it used to be.
Honda give plenty kit And continuing at the forefront of that will be the popular CR-V, which has already done more than its fair share to boost the manufacturer's sales.
Oman Marketing and Services Co, the distributors for Honda Cars in Oman, has launched the new 2015 Honda CR-V.
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