Honda CR-V 2018 launches its sale in European market

Updated Oct 02, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Europe-spec Honda CR-V 2018 has already launched its sale with 1.5L VTEC turbo inline-four engine.

Not long after its first revelation in Geneva Motor Show, the Europe-spec Honda CR-V 2018 are now available for this market in the form of a 1.5L VTEC turbo inline-four engine running on petrol. Either paired with a 6-speed MT or CVT, this powertrain can reach up to 173 PS and 193 PS respectively with maximum of 220 and 243 Nm.

Euro-spec Honda CR-V 2018 maximizing its speed

Honda CR-V 2018 for Europe can accelerate from 0 to 100kmh in exactly 10 seconds.

Regarding its safety features, typical package involves collision preventing systems, lane keeping assistance as well as adaptive cruise control.

In the near future, Honda’s i-MMD (Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive) will also be introduced to variants of CR-V for European market. Accordingly, these units will use 2 electric motors couple with 2L i-VTEC Atkinson-cycle engine.

Back to Philippines market, available Honda CR-V 2018 versions are priced from P1,648,000 up to P2,086,000 (find updated Honda Philippines price list).

Honda CR-V 2018 price in the Philippines
Model 2017 SRP 2018 SRP Difference
Honda CR-V 1.6 SX Diesel 9AT AWD P2,049,000 P2,125,000 P76,000
Honda CR-V 1.6 S Diesel 9AT P1,759,000 P1,858,000 P99,000
Honda CR-V 1.6 V Diesel 9AT P1,569,000 P1,688,000 P119,000
Honda CR-V 2.0 S CVT P1,539,000 P1,658,000 P119,000

>>> Complete guide to the current PH-market Honda CR-V

Euro-spec Honda CR-V 2018 running on road

Euro-spec Honda CR-V 2018 running on road

Euro-spec Honda CR-V 2018 in its promo series

Euro-spec Honda CR-V 2018 engine

Euro-spec Honda CR-V 2018 engine

Euro-spec Honda CR-V 2018 engine

Euro-spec Honda CR-V 2018 engine

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Know more about Honda CR-V 2023

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