Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines, adds a new color scheme for the CR-V. Now available in Lunar Silver Metallic, the two range-topping variants now bear a sleek and upscale look with this new color option.
Good news is, there is no additional cost if you want this new offering from HCPI. The 2.0 S AT variant will stay at P1,498,000, while the 2.4 SX Navi 4x4 will retain its price tag of P1,688,000. This is pretty exciting for fans who are thinking of buying the new CR-V but would like to stand out among the current owners out there.
Moreover, complementing the new color option are premium features that you should expect from these top-of-the-line variants. Its attention-grabbing front fascia is adorned with LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL). Inside, the black-themed interior is further enhanced by fancy leather seats and a 7-inch touch screen display head unit. For the 2.4 SX Navi variant, you’ll get to utilize its built-in navigation system and LaneWatch Technology that mitigates incidents due to blind spots.
In addition to its enticing looks and cool features, HCPI makes sure that their vehicles are incremental to the betterment of our environment as well. They’re compliant with the current emission standards and live by their words “leaving blue skies for our children.”
To further prove this, the CR-V 2.0 S AT registered a 20.59 km/L rating at the recently concluded Euro-4 Fuel Economy Run that was staged by the Department of Energy (DOE) last May. This notable feat was made possible by the combination of its 4-cylinder SOHC i-VTEC engine and Eco Assist System.
The CR-V 2.0 S AT in Lunar Silver Metallic option is now available for order and delivery, while the 2.4 SX Navi 4x4 can be ordered but delivery will start by September.
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