Honda CR-V scored 5-star rating from ASEAN NCAP

Updated Jan 20, 2021 | Same topic: Latest Consumer Reports

The Honda 7-seater scored a 5-star rating from ASEAN NCAP with a total of 88.80 points.

What has been on the news is that the Diesel-powered 2017 Honda CR-V has finally arrived in the Philippines and has price tag from as low as P1,569,000. By passing the ASEAN New Car Assessment Program (ASEAN NCAP) crash test, the car has already proven its value, specifically when we talk about its safety features.

NCAP and Honda officers standing beside a silver Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V scored 5-star rating from ASEAN NCAP 

The cushy runabout car scored Child Occupant Protection with 22.84 points, Safety Assist Technologies with 18.71 points and Adult Occupant Protection with 47.25 points, making an impressive total of 88.80 points.

According to ASEAN NCAP, its new rating system, which becomes operative from this year to 2020, reduces in complexity of the old dual scoring system.

A white Honda CR-V in the crash test

The cushy runabout car scored an impressive total of 88.80 points

As for the latest PH-spec Honda CR-V, it is fitted with three-point seatbelts, dual front airbags, curtain airbags, a blind spot warning, and side airbags, among others. Honda has also launched its road departure mitigation, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control and other Honda Sensing suite for the vehicle’s higher versions. 

This cool seven seater is finally available in the Philippines with four variants (three diesel options with 7 seats and a 2.0-liter gasoline 5-seater). 

ASEAN NCAP - Honda CR-V (2017)

>>> Honda CR-V is one of top 5 compact SUVs with roomiest cargo space. Click to find out the full list. 

Know more about Honda CR-V 2024

Honda CR-V

The 2024 Honda CR-V is a midsize crossover SUV. For the Philippine market, it has three variants: the V Turbo CVT, VX Turbo CVT, and the RS e:HEV (hybrid) e-CVT. 

The latest version of this Honda model has two different engine options. For the top-spec hybrid trim, it uses a 2.0-liter gasoline four-banger paired with a dual motor and lithium-ion battery. The combustion component alone produces up to 145 horsepower and 183 Nm of torque. The electric-powered component meanwhile, can churn out 181 horsepower and 335 Nm of torque. 

Aboard the V and VX trims meanwhile is a 1.5-liter inline-4 engine that can churn out 187 horsepower and 240 Nm of torque. 

Only the VX gets all-wheel-drive, while the rest are front-wheel-drive. All trims then use a continuously variable transmission (CVT), but the one on the hybrid trim is an electronic CVT (e-CVT). 

In terms of dimensions, the all-new CR-V is 4,691mm long, 1,866mm wide, and 1,681mm (1,691mm for VX) in height. Both the hybrid and the V’s wheelbase then spans 2,701mm (2,700mm for VX). 

Locally, the Honda CR-V competes against the likes of the Mazda CX-9, Cherry Tiggo 8 Pro, Kia Sorento, Hyundai Santa Fe, Peugeot 5008, etc. 

₱ 2,100,000 - ₱ 2,590,000