Started selling the updated crossover Honda UR-VJune 5, 2020
When finalizing the car, most attention was paid to an expanded set of options, as well as the quality of materials.
Honda has announced the launch of an updated version of the UR-V crossover. The car arrived at the official dealers of the brand in China on Friday, May 5. The exterior of the novelty has changed slightly – in the front part we highlight a different design of the radiator grille, and behind the appearance of a steel chrome strip across the entire width of the body under the lights. The interior has undergone much stronger modernization – the main feature has become a multimedia system in which the angle of the screen can be adjusted. This avoids exposure to sunlight. Engineers have added a new speaker system with active sound absorption.
The interior received a combined finish of fabric and Alcantara leather. Three-zone climate control was equipped with the ability to ionize and purify the air entering the cabin. The engine range of the restyled Honda UR-V consists of two power units. The base was a 1.5-liter turbo engine with a return of 193 hp. A more powerful 2.0-liter engine is also available, with a return of 272 hp. The “younger” motor is combined with a variator, and a more powerful engine relies on a 9-speed automatic. For a surcharge, modification with all-wheel drive system is possible.
Of the technical equipment, we note the presence of adaptive cruise control, the ability to control the stiffness of the suspension, the all-round camera, the presence of semi-autonomous control within one lane.
In the maximum configuration, customers can count on a panoramic roof. The car is positioned as a premium – the most affordable version will cost 256 800 yuan, and the most expensive version costs 329 80 yuan
Earlier it became known about the launch of a revocable campaign for Honda cars. The event will cover almost 140 thousand cars of the Japanese brand.
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