No, the 'Limited Edition' tag isn't there just for show. Because Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is really building the 'Jazz Cool Blue' and 'CR-V 2.4 SX Gold Brown Metallic' in limited numbers. And you can put in your reservations NOW.
The all-new 'Jazz Color Blue Edition' was made available in 2014 where all 35 units were sold out in only 10 days. But with demand, HCPI was convinced that they'll build 20 versions more. All will be made as a 1.5 VX CVT variant painted in the exclusive 'Brilliant Sporty Blue' color. Aside from the special hue, it'll also stand out with the added Modulo chome front grille, door visor, tailgage spoiler, Modulo emblem, seatback pocket, and cargo tray.
So, how much does it cost to own 1 out of the 20 'Jazz Color Blue Editions'? List price is P938,000, or only P20,000 more than the regular 1.5 VX CVT without the Modulo kit.
That's not a bad deal if you ask us.
As for the 'CR-V 2.4 SX Gold Brown Metallic', Honda claims that the special color “has the richness of gold blended with deep brown color” and “resembles a brown topaz jewel.” Or you can simly call it as 'Gold Brown Metallic' – a color which is also available with the all-new City. This 2.4 SX Navi AT variant is fitted with LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL), sporty 17-inch alloy wheels, leather seats, smart entry with push start, and Honda's intuitive 7-inch touch screen infotainment system with navi. Oh, it also has LaneWatch technology that helps you see beyond the driver's blind spot.
HCPI, however, will only build 10 examples of the 'CR-V 2.4 SX Golden Brown Metallic', each selling for P1,688,000 or exactly the same SRP as a regular 2.4 SX Navi AT.
If you want one, and I mean really really want one, better call your nearest Honda dealer through AutoDeal and put in a reservation now before stock runs out. After that, units will be delivered on May 12.
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