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Saturday, 17 November 2018
Friday, 16 November 2018 at 2.13pm
Honda has confirmed pricing, specification and grades for the 2019 Honda CR-V hybrid:
Honda UK has released details of the grades, specification and pricing of the CR-V hybrid. Following the launch of the petrol version in the summer, the hybrid is expected in dealerships from February next year and will start from £29,105 for a 2WD S grade and top out at £37,255 for an AWD EX.Continue Reading
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 at 2.08pm
Since the introduction of the first-generation model in 1995, the Honda CR-V has continuously improved throughout each generation. In a first for a Honda SUV in Europe, the all-new Honda CR-V will be available with advanced hybrid powertrain technology.
The new model raises the bar in terms of interior quality, sophistication and spaciousness. It delivers improved ride quality, steering response, body control and NVH management. Evolved in every way, the all-new CR-V delivers more comfort, convenience and connectivity than ever before.
The all-new CR-V's slightly larger exterior proportions, longer wheelbase and wider stance enable a significantly larger interior. Best-in-class space efficiency is highlighted by the generous space available for all occupants, as well as a wider, deeper boot with a longer load bay. A hands-free power tailgate enables convenient loading access.Continue Reading
Thursday, 1 November 2018 at 9.12am
Honda triumphs with hat-trick in the annual MPG Marathon:
Team Honda has triumphed in the annual MPG Marathon taking home a hat-trick of titles. The Civic diesel hatchback claimed the overall winner's prize in this year's event as well as best percentage improvement on MPG, while the first generation 17 year old Honda Insight took second place overall and winner in the heritage category.Continue Reading
Monday, 24 September 2018 at 9.37am
In a first for a Honda SUV in Europe, the all-new CR-V will be available with advanced hybrid powertrain technology. The Honda Hybrid Performance system features intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) technology comprising two electric motors, an Atkinson-cycle petrol engine and an innovative direct transmission delivering high levels of efficiency and refinement.
Thursday, 10 November 2011
Honda has announced a line-up of concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show, including concept commuter vehicles designed for easy and fun mobility, and a new sports concept, hinting at the design direction of future models.
Concept models include:Continue Reading
Thursday, 5 May 2011
Roadtestreports.co.uk have named the Honda Jazz Hybrid as their Car Star of the Month.
Previously selected as their Car Star back in October 2009, the Jazz earns itself a moment in the spotlight once again, mainly on the merit of becoming Honda's latest hybrid model.
Although the new Lime Green colour isn't flavour of the month, overall Road Test Reports remarks:
It is a win-win whether you opt for the smooth and fuel sipping hybrid model or just a regular petrol drinker
You can read the full review at:
Monday, 1 November 2010
Three of Honda's cleanest cars will compete in the very first RAC Future Car Challenge in November. The new Honda Jazz Hybrid has been entered in the Brighton to London event, alongside the hydrogen-powered FCX Clarity fuel cell car and a sporty hybrid CR-Z.
Starting at Madeira Drive in Brighton, the Future Car Challenge uses the traditional 60 mile veteran car run route, but in reverse. The three Honda cars will be retracing the route taken by Honda Motor founder, Soichiro Honda, when he tackled the London to Brighton event in 1985.
All participating cars in the Challenge are measured on the energy they use on the route, with those using the least energy over the 60 mile run crowned the winners.Continue Reading
Monday, 27 September 2010
Making its debut at the Paris Motor Show this week, the hybrid version of the Jazz features Honda's innovative petrol-electric IMA system and retains the practical characteristics found in the supermini, while lowering emissions and improving fuel economy.
John Kingston, Government Affairs and Environment Manager, Honda (UK), explains:
We think that a cleaner, more economical version of the Jazz will be a big hit with customers, The IMA hybrid technology is incredibly easy to use, owners don't need to worry about plugging anything in to charge. It's simply a case of filling up with petrol and driving on as normal.
Friday, 27 August 2010
A hybrid version of Honda's much-loved Jazz will make its world debut at the Paris Motor Show in September, bringing lower emissions and improved fuel economy to the practical supermini.
The introduction of Honda's petrol-electric IMA system to the Jazz, makes the car the world's first B-segment hybrid.
Featuring the practicality and flexibility of the current Jazz, but with reduced CO2 emissions and improvements to fuel economy, the hybrid version will go on sale in the UK in early 2011.Continue Reading