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    Christmas In New Zealand 2012 Honda

     

    It was clad with a body that was a little crude, but you'd definitely recognise it as a CRV, all square set and not high on detailing. We'll see a 1.8-litre i-VTEC Euro L - the luxury specification with premium additions including a superb sound system with boot-mounted subwoofer - and manual and auto versions of the lower 'S' spec. The same thing happened in the US, and Britain when they ordered the CRV, and it has stayed at the top or close to it in most markets right through three generations. When I say "we" I'm referring to a contingent of New Zealand journalists who happened across the first CRV by accident in Japan. We can finance you into this car so you can be driving your dream in next to no time at all!. New Impreza will set the platform for future Subarus Mercedes-Benz G-Professional pickup is gob-smacking off-road Kiwi exclusive: we drive Mercedes-AMG's twin-turbo GLC 43 Holden Barina, Trax have star-is-born syndrome New arrows for Merc's silver quiver We "invented" the first CRV in New Zealand. What's new at Honda. I'd like to see some models in the middle, specifically a non-leather trimmed Sport with no sunroof, or perhaps a 2.4-litre version of the 2WD S model. It was October 1994, and Honda was very apologetic, explaining that the car was merely an engineering exercise, a part-time project experimenting with a new Honda all-wheel-drive system, an Integra-donated engine and transmission and the Civic/Ballade platform. Magic seats: By pulling a lever on each side of the rear load area, the seat backs and bases in the new Honda CRV tumble-fold to provide an almost completely flat expanse of space. The manual car has a typically crisp shift action and well-sorted throttle and clutch actions, and it becomes second nature to accurately match engine speed with incoming lower ratios when down-shifting. Place your order today, for yourself or as a Christmas stocking filler. On the outside, the sharply edged side glasses are still there, but curvy wheel arches and slightly longer front and rear overhangs mean you will never mistake the new car for the old, not that most New Zealanders would know what the old car looked like anyway. Honda is banking heavily on this fact, and aims to sell around 1000 cars in the next 12 months. The same goes for the basic dash and console furniture – the textures, softness to the touch and general finish are vastly better than the sedan's. Register Sign in . Without the all-wheel drive system's weight and mechanical drag, it appears to ride better too, with noticeably less road noise – not that either car is exactly noisy. Its interior is extremely comfortable and well set-up, with driving and entertainment/comfort features purposely divided for ease of use. Not: Single-engine option; no satellite navigation; no cruise control in base car. Despite sharing Honda's long-running Civic nameplate, the Euro hatch and current sedan model share only around 30 per cent of their respective parts. Dimensions: L 4300mm, W 1770mm, H 1475mm, W/base 2665mm, weight 1268-1336kg, fuel 50 litres. d23ee43039

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