This release contains: 1 Related Document, 2 Photos 2016 HR-V delivers unsurpassed fuel economy 1 in the subcompact crossover segment in combination with fun-to-drive performance, sporty design and spacious, versatile packaging HR-V is third Honda model honored by the magazine within the last five years The 2016 Honda HR-V ( http://automobiles.honda.com/hr-v/ ), the brand’s stylish and versatile crossover vehicle, has been named “2016 Green SUV of the Year™” by Green Car Journal . The “Green SUV of the Year” award recognizes the all-new HR-V for its class-leading environmental performance – a top fuel economy rating of 35 mpg highway 1 (2WD CVT) and additional designation as an Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle (LEV2 ULEV)
Refreshed CR-V chosen for its fuel economy, driving dynamics, long list of new safety features and overall refinement Noted for its new Touring trim with Honda Sensing safety and driver-assistive safety technologies America’s best-selling SUV over the past decade The Honda CR-V has won Motor Trend Sport/Utility of the Year for 2015. The CR-V claims the title with a long list of vehicle enhancements for 2015, including its improved fuel economy and uncompromised driving dynamics, thanks to the inclusion of Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology™ powertrain, the launch of an all-new Touring trim, the debut of Honda Sensing™ safety and driver assistive technologies and the CR-V’s excellent value for money paradigm.
Honda Automobiles: HMA Reaches Production Milestone in Celebration of the 3 Millionth Alabama-built Honda
Associates at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC (HMA) celebrated a production milestone this week, completing the 3 millionth Honda vehicle built at the plant in Lincoln. The production of HMA’s milestone vehicle this week comes a little more than 12 years since the start of mass production at the $2 billion facility on Nov. 14, 2001.
Honda Automobiles: American Honda Statement on White House Fuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Standards
Today, the Obama Administration announced its proposed national fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards for Model Years 2017-2025 cars and light-duty trucks. Honda, and other automakers supporting the national standard, joined President Obama in Washington, D.C. to unveil the new proposal.