Honda confirms economy and emissions data for CR-V Hybrid

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Honda has confirmed the official fuel economy and CO₂ emissions for its all-new CR-V Hybrid.

The front-wheel-drive version of the company’s first hybrid SUV in Europe is said to produce CO₂ emissions of 120g/km and official average fuel economy of 5.3l/100km under the combined cycle of the revised NEDC test.

The all-wheel drive CR-V Hybrid variant has CO₂ emissions of 126g/km and average fuel economy of 5.5l/100km.

The CR-V Hybrid is driven by Honda’s i-MMD technology, which automatically switches between three driving modes – EV Drive, Hybrid Drive and Engine Drive – to optimize both performance and efficiency.

Honda confirms economy and emissions data for CR-V Hybrid

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