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Honda CR-V (2013)

CAR GARAGE | Honda CR-V (2013) | The new CR-V marks the introduction of a two-wheel drive models as well as upgrades to the car's suspension, steering and four-wheel drive system. Honda's development team undertook an extensive test program on European roads to improv the CR-V's ride quality without compromising its car-like handling or high-speed stability. Perfectly complementing the petrol engine, the high output, high torque engine significantly enhanced the Honda CR-V's all-round appeal. The third-generation Honda CR-V arrived in 2007.

This sophisticated new system also works with the standard Advanced Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) system to detect instability in slippery road conditions and automatically initiates steering inputs the driver to prompt That steer in the correct direction. The MA-EPS system also has key efficiency benefits. The majority of CR-Vs sold will continue to operate using all-wheel drive and the latest iteration of Honda's Real Time AWD system. The hydraulically activated "dual-pump" system of the third generation Honda CR-V has been replaced by an electronically activated system provides a faster response That when a loss of traction is detected.

The new CR-V is also the latest vehicle to employ Honda's Advanced Driver Assist System, or ADAS for short. ADAS incorporates Honda's Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and the Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), the which warns of an impending collision and even APPLIES the brakes to minimise an impact. Buttons on the steering wheel operate the ACC system and allows the driver to choose both the speed and the preferred distance from the vehicle in front. If more braking is required, the system provides a visible and audible warning.

Honda's Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) is a radar-based autonomous emergency braking system. In an emergency stop situation, the Emergency Stop System (ESS) will automatically activate the brake and hazard warning lights (indicators). "The CR-V is one of the key pillars of Honda's global portfolio," says Nakagawa.

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