Honda manufactured the very first CR-V in 1995, and it was introduced to the American market two years later. With its attractive styling, practical size, great utility, and exceptional driveability, it comes as no surprise that the CR-V has had remarkable staying power in an always-evolving industry. Today it is the best selling vehicle in Honda’s lineup, and continues to set the benchmark for all crossover SUV’s
Honda’s CR-V Hybrid will now join the Clarity, Insight, and Accord Hybrid as the fourth electric vehicle in Honda’s lineup.
Lane Keeping Assist System
Adaptive Cruise Control
Road Departure Mitigation System
Collision Mitigation Braking System
In addition to creating highly capable engines and reliable mobility, Honda also engineers their products and processes with efficiency in mind for a cleaner planet and better environment for future generations.
Honda has always been on the forefront of green initiatives, and declared its own Environmental Statement in 1992. In 2011, Honda issued an Environmental and Safety Vision with efficiency goals.
The new CR-V hybrid is being built at Honda Manufacturing of Indiana. In the last nine years, Honda of North America has reduced auto manufacturing emissions by 21.7%.
Honda was recently recognized by the EPA as the automaker with highest fleet average fuel economy and lowest CO2 emissions.
Honda’s goal is to cut the company’s global CO2 emissions in half by 2050 (compared to 2000 levels.)
Honda aims to electrified two thirds of their automotive sales by 2030, and continues to strive for excellent vehicle fuel economy.