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All-New 2007 Honda CR-V Goes on Sale

October 2, 2006

TORRANCE, CA – The all-new, 2007 Honda CR-V has debuted at dealerships nationwide. Prices for the 2007 Honda CR-V range from $20,600 for the CR-V LX model to $26,000 for the CR-V 4-WD EX-L model. Honda’s satellite-linked navigation system with voice recognition and rearview camera is available as a $2,000 factory-installed option. The all-new CR-V features an interior design that delivers near-luxury style along with improved refinement and a more powerful and efficient 166-horsepower, 2.4L, four-cylinder engine. As part of Honda’s “Safety for Everyone” initiative, all Honda light trucks, including the CR-V, are equipped with a vehicle stability assist (VSA) system and a list of standard safety features, including side-curtain airbags with rollover sensors, front side airbags with occupant position detection system, and anti-lock braking system. The 2007 CR-V features Honda’s advanced compatibility engineering (ACE) body structure for enhanced frontal collision safety. New features on 2007 CR-V models include:

  • Standard safety equipment includes ACE body structure and active front head restraints.
  • New body and chassis designs.
  • 10 more horsepower (166 hp) and standard five-speed automatic transmission.
  • Improved ingress/egress with optimized door designs and 1.3-inch lower step-in height than the previous generation CR-V.
  • Dual-deck cargo shelf (available).
  • Available Honda satellite-linked navigation system with voice recognition.
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