Honda CR-V Track Test - autoX


It goes without saying that the CR-V has quite a few die-hard loyalists in India. The keyword being ‘a few.’ For, as a petrol-only SUV, the CR-V has had a hard time off late in India.

Well, Honda took note of the problem and finally came up with a diesel model. The trouble is that the new diesel has a mere 1.6-litre engine, which is good for just 118bhp and 300Nm. So, keeping its increased size and weight in mind – at 1,725kgs – it doesn’t exactly shoot off the line. And the petrol model has a similar issue. While it has a 2.0 litre unit developing 154bhp, the CVT auto-box – while great for efficiency – is definitely a fly in the ointment.

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