In judging, Euro NCAP considers all safety performance of vehicles: passenger protection, children, pedestrians and the availability of driver assistance systems while driving. Since the introduction of the current Euro NCAP rating scheme in early 2009., All of Honda's models have achieved the maximum score of five stars — Accord, Insight, Jazz, CR-Z, Civic, and now the new CR-V.
The highest score for the safety of the new CR-V reflects Honda's commitment to overall vehicle safety. This commitment can be best expressed mission statement of Honda in this area: "Safety for all; safety for drivers, but also for fellow travelers, pedestrians and passengers in all other vehicles. "In advanced testing crash that Honda implemented in his department for research and development Tochigi, analyze the impact between models of different sizes and weights and develops solutions for maximum mitigate injury to the passengers, and pedestrians.
The new CR-V is Honda the next model that will get the new 1.6 i-DTEC diesel engine Earth Dreams Technology. CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC will drive the front wheels, with a manual transmission, 300Nm of torque, 120 horsepower and CO2 emissions of just 119g/km, in order to establish an exceptional balance of performance and economy. CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC will be commercially available later this year.
VSA is a system designed to assist the driver in maintaining control during cornering, acceleration and sudden maneuvers by transferring braking the wheels on the left or right side of the vehicle and adjusting engine torque driving style.
The system detects instability in slippery or when cornering or braking. Through the power steering pump steering system makes it easy to manage when the driver in the right direction, and makes it difficult to manage when not to encourage drivers to timely assert control in the right direction. In addition, the system helps to balance braking and mitigate the effects of over-or under-management.
In the event of sudden braking or skidding on slippery surfaces ESS automatically activated traffic lights. While working stop lights, turn signal lights flash quickly that warns drivers of vehicles behind you will come to a sudden stop in order to minimize the risk of collision.
ACC allows the driver to adjust the speed and the distance to the vehicle in front. When the system is activated at a given distance from the vehicle ahead, the system I maintain a given distance and a given speed (I'm accelerating and slowing down if necessary).
ACE body structure substantially contributes to increased passenger safety in the event of a collision. The vehicle body is designed to prevent cabin deformation by kinetic impact energy is transferred under the cab and to the roof of the car, away from the area where the passengers. This body structure helps to reduce the consequences of an accident when the vehicle in the same part of different heights, weights or frame construction.
The new CR-V continued the tradition of his predecessor in terms of a combination of efficiency and performance of the car and the functionality and security of an SUV. The new CR-V is very practical due to the spacious luggage compartment capacity of 1648 liters and the rear seats divisible into 60/40, which can shoot down in one go.
CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC, which will go on sale later this year, will have an ECON mode that minimizes fuel consumption and Ecco Assist system, which informs the driver that his driving style affects the fuel consumption. Idle Stop technology also will be standard in the new CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC.
As we have read soon will be presented 2015 Honda CRV which will come with minimal changes, but it will have some new and pretty cool options."
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