Strengthen the results obtained in his native country, Honda CR–V also received the title of Europe’s safest cars. Predicate was obtained when the CR–V earned a 5 star rating in crash tests (crash test) by Euro NCAP.
Honda CR–V car tested is made in England and will be sold starting in 2013 is where the focus of testing is to find out how safe the car when the accident occurred.
Aspects assessed were aspects of the protection of the cabin occupant, child protection, pedestrian protection and the availability of driver helpers feature.
Since tested by Euro NCAP latest scheme which began in February 2009, Honda cars like the Accord, Insight, Jazz, CR–Z, Civic and most recently the new CR–V received the highest rating, five stars.
Honda CR–V is tested cars produced at its manufacturing facility in Swindon, England with a new engine 1.6 i–DTEC diesel.
CR–V 1.6 i–DTEC is available with a manual transmission that will feature a torque of 300 Nm and 120 PS power with CO2 emissions of just 119g/km to provide a balance between performance and friendliness to the environment.