This release contains: 1 Related Document ENGINEERING 1.5T 2.0T Hybrid Engine Type In-Line 4-Cylinder with Mono-Scroll IHI RHF5 Turbo and Electric Wastegate In-Line 4-Cylinder with Mono-Scroll IHI RHF5 Turbo and Electric Wastegate In-Line 4 Cylinder Engine Block/Cylinder Head Aluminum-Alloy Aluminum-Alloy Aluminum-Alloy Displacement 1498 cc 1996 cc 1993 cc Horsepower (SAE net) 192 @ 5500 rpm 252 @ 6500 rpm TBA Torque (SAE net) 192 lb.-ft.
This release contains: 1 Related Document The CR-V has long been known for its accommodating and versatile interior. The all-new CR-V builds on that legacy with an even more spacious and space-efficient interior – the roomiest CR-V cabin yet – boasting top-class interior space, best-in-class rear seat legroom, a more voluminous cargo area and the easy utility of the new one-motion dive-down 60/40 split rear seat.
Honda Automobiles: Honda Partners With Adam Savage’s Tested.com for New Digital Series; Episodes Star the All-New 2017 Honda Ridgeline Pickup
This release contains: 1 Related Document, 1 Photo Six original Tested episodes will highlight the Ridgeline’s unconventional features and unique capabilities through exciting custom build projects Episodes begin airing this week on Tested.com , Tested’s popular YouTube channel and UPROXX TORRANCE, Calif.
Honda Automobiles: Sporty and Sophisticated Visual Presence Portends What’s Under the Skin of the Dramatically Redesigned 2016 Civic Sedan
The all-new tenth generation Civic launches with benchmark-setting levels of performance, fuel efficiency, interior space and premium quality This release contains: 1 Related Document, 3 Photos, 1 Video The 2016 Civic Sedan, a completely new-from-the-ground-up redesign of America’s most popular compact car 1 , launches Nov. 12 at Honda dealerships nationwide with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) 2 starting at $18,640 – an increase of just $150 from the outgoing model.
This release contains: 1 Related Document The creation of this new 10th-generation Civic represents one of the most comprehensive and ambitious new-model developments ever undertaken by Honda, requiring an unprecedented commitment of R&D resources and Honda engineering prowess. While the development of the Civic Sedan was led by a North American team – a first for Honda and Civic – the overall Civic series involves design and engineering teams from Honda R&D, sales and manufacturing operations around the world, especially in North America and Japan, but also in Europe, South America and Asia. In seeking to realize a “dynamic rejuvenation” of Civic and create a new interpretation “in a league of its own,” as the development team defined its mission, Honda engineers set out early during platform development to benchmark the world’s best C-segment vehicles—not only products in Civic’s traditional competitive set, but luxury compact class vehicles such as well