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cr-v concept


Android-based Honda Connect debuts for CR-V, Civic (pictures)

Honda used the Paris Motor Show to debut its new Honda Connect infotainment system, letting owners install apps on this Android OS-based system.

13 Images By October 2, 2014


Honda CR-V concept doesn't mess with success

Honda showed off the concept version of its new CR-V model at the Anaheim auto show. In typical Honda style, the concept looks near ready for production.

By September 22, 2011


Honda reveals bolder, more fuel-efficient CR-V crossover concept

Honda just released images of the new CR-V Concept. The new CR-V crossover will be available in the United States by the end of 2011, and in Europe next fall.

By July 25, 2011


New Honda CR-V revealed

Honda has released the first details about its next-generation CR-V, which will probably arrive in Australia some time in 2012.

By July 25, 2011


Honda readies small SUV for Detroit

Honda showed off a teaser sketch of a new, small crossover vehicle that it will unveil at the Detroit auto show in January.

By December 11, 2012


Car Tech Live 226: How carmakers should respond to new MPG regulations (podcast)

New miles per gallon regulations have carmakers facing a new reality, connected navigation is No. 1 in tomorrow's dashboard, Ford tries new sounds for electric cars, and we check out the next Honda CR-V.

By July 31, 2011


Subaru promises mini SUV for Frankfurt auto show

Building on the XV concept shown at the Shanghai auto show, Subaru will reveal a production version of this small SUV, based on the Impreza platform, at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show.

By August 10, 2011


Small Subaru crossover could come to U.S.

Automotive News reports on a concept crossover shown at the Shanghai auto show, and the potential for Subaru to sell it in the U.S.

By April 25, 2011


Ford Kuga: The gadgety, guilt-free 4x4?

Ford is trying to change perceptions with its new Kuga -- a tech-filled, low-emissions all-wheel drive that it reckons handles more like a hatchback

By May 9, 2008