The next generation of the Honda CR-V will debut in Europe this autumn and it will get a choice of two engines.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the new generation of the Honda CR-V will be launched on the Old Continent in October and it will come with a choice of two engines, the 2.0 i-VTEC, which is producing a total output of 155 horsepower, 5 HP more than the previous version, and a 2.2 liter i-DTEC, developing 150 HP and 350 Nm of torque. Honda says that the CO2 emissions in the new CR-V have dropped by 12 percent for the diesel engine with a manual transmission compared to its predecessor from 192 to 173 g/km.
The trunk of the new CR-V is offering a total storage space of 589 liters with the rear seats up, while with the rear seats folded the capacity increases to 1,658 liters. The lower side of the trunk is 25 mm lower and the cargo length has increased by 140 mm to a total of 1,570 mm with the rear seat folded. The new Honda CR-V generation is getting a lot of interesting features which will be announced close to its debut in Europe in October.