Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) introduced a limited edition CR-V Navi variant, equipped with a GPS navigation system. HCPI said that that the CR-V Navi variant is limited to only 30 units.
Nameplated as Honda CR-V 2.0 V Navi AT Limited Edition, the car boasts an 8-inch touchscreen display with built-in navigation function, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity. It also has a Micro SD and USB support.
Aside from the new built-in navigation, the limited edition variant still has the same exterior and interior styling of the standard CR-V. Even its overall performance is retained, as the same 2.0 L i-VTEC engine remains nested under its hood. Of note, the CR-V 2.0 V Navi has 153 hp and 190 Nm of torque, while the engine is still mated to the current 5-speed automatic transmission.
As for its price, the CR-V 2.0 V Navi AT will be offered at the same retail price of the CR-V 2.0 V (P1,373,000). This is a huge treat as the price includes 3 years of free annual map update on its navigation system. Furthermore, it will be available in the following exterior paint: Brilliant Sporty Blue Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, and Crystal Black Pearl.
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