New Honda CR-V will reach dealerships this fallAugust 25, 2019
Honda has decided on a date for the launch of its new Honda Breeze crossover, which is a converted version of the popular Honda CR-V.
Already this fall, Honda dealers in China will have a converted Honda CR-V – a new crossover of the brand called Breeze. On the Web, you can already find photos of the future news designed for the “heavenly” car market. A test release of this SUV has already started at a joint venture between GAC and Honda. By the way, the Honda CR-V rolls off the assembly line of another company owned by the auto giant Dongfeng and Honda.
The novelty differs from its “donor” in new bumpers, altered optics, an original radiator grill, a modified hood and grown dimensions. Its length increased by 49 mm to 4,634 mm, and the wheelbase by 1 mm to 2,661 mm.
The Honda Breeze is driven by a one and a half liter 193-horsepower turbo engine, working in tandem with a 6-speed Manual Transmission or CVT. The drive can be either front or full. According to preliminary data, the new crossover from Honda will cost Chinese motorists a minimum of 168,900 yuan
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