Honda’s sixth generation CR-V crossover was introduced. It has undergone significant changes inside and out and received new equipment and options.
The new design of the Honda Ridgeline was adopted by the Passport TrailSport. The cabin has seen the front armrest extended and lengthened, while the transmission lever is now closer to the central tunnel. Additionally, the multimedia system display has been moved higher. A new digital instrument panel, a modified climate control unit, and anatomically-designed seats were also added. The large center console has USB-A and USB–C connectors.
The body’s torsional rigidity has increased by 15% and the chassis is more tuned to improve the ride. Both in corners and straight lines, the handling has been improved. Soundproofing has also been improved.
The base version comes with a 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine producing 193 horsepower. Variator. The hybrid power plant includes a 2.0-liter gasoline engine as well as two electric motors. The power plant produces 207 horsepower. With 335 Nm torque.
The all-wheel drive Real Time All-Wheel Drive is now possible. This means that up to half of the thrust can be directed to the rear axle. A special electronic assistant was available during the descent. It allows you to select speeds from 3 to 19 km/h and has a special mode that can be used for driving in snow. There are four modes total: Eco, Snow, Sport, and Normal.
Standard version got ten airbags, alloy wheels (18th and/19th diameter), full LED optics, and a large set of Honda Sensing smart electronic assistances with a wide angle camera and radar, blind spot monitor systems, and lane keeping.
Honda also noted an increase in rear passenger legroom, and a slight increase in trunk volume to just under 1,000 liters.
The prices will be revealed closer to the beginning of sales, which is set for late summer in the US.