Press Kit: Honda RE4.I CR-V (February 2007)

Press Kit: Honda RE4.I CR-V (February 2007)
Press Guide
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Table of Contents
Overview
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Body
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Dimensions
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Interior
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Safety
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Chassis
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Powertrain
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Specifications
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Overview
Celebrating its tenth year in Australia in 2007, the Honda CR-V sets a new direction
in the compact SUV segment.
With sedan like ride and handling and passenger interior, the all-new third
generation 2007 Honda CR-V adds new levels of style, performance and
refinement, while incorporating Honda’s recently-developed Advanced Compatibility
Engineering (ACE) Body Structure, introduced on the 2007 Honda Legend.
Introduced in Australia in 1997, the CR-V was Australia’s number one selling SUV in
2000 beating both the Toyota Landcruiser and Nissan Patrol. It was also the number
one selling Honda in Australia in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002. And even in its
twilight year in 2006, the second generation CR-V captured 13% of the 2006 full
year compact SUV segment*.
(* VFACTS Dec ’06)
CR-V Background
The CR-V broke new ground in the SUV/car crossover market with its long list of
standard features, competitive pricing, renowned Honda quality and agile
performance. It quickly set the benchmark for the segment.
Not only did the CR-V help establish a new breed of small, smart and functional
vehicles, it also established itself as one of the best-sellers in the segment. The
CR-V was the first Honda-designed and engineered SUV, combining 4-wheel-drive
capability and utility with passenger-car drivability, comfort and convenience.
A truly a global product for Honda, being sold in more countries than any other
Honda vehicle, the CR-V is among the best-selling vehicles for Honda, cumulatively
reaching approximately 2.5 million customers in 160 different countries over its
lifetime.
Distinctive and Dynamic Design
A new double grille and a side profile with an arched window shape accent the
CR-V’s distinctive and upmarket presence. Adding to the clean lines, the spare tyre
now resides under the rear floor, benefiting aesthetics, visibility and parking.
The CR-V’s new direction goes beyond evolution and results in more style in a
smarter and more sophisticated package. The CR-V is designed to offer the best
balance of size and performance; ideal for professionals or families who need a
vehicle that can perform multiple urban duties with the ability to also cater for active
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outdoor lifestyles. Equally at home on a snowy mountain road or in a suburban
street, the 2007 CR-V moves beyond conventional SUV styling with ultra-modern
lines, a fashionable presence and meticulous attention to detail.
Manufacturing
Worldwide, the CR-V is built in seven countries at eight factories, and for the first
time in 2006, production began in North America.
With the introduction of the third-generation CR-V, Honda Australia is switching its
source from Japan to Thailand and it joins Honda Australia’s other Thai sourced
vehicles, Accord, Civic and Jazz.
The foundation of the CR-V starts with unit-body construction for sedan-like on-road
performance, maximised interior packaging, optimised safety construction and good
fuel economy. Since unit-body construction allows for interior space to be
maximised, the CR-V’s packaging provides a generous 5-passenger interior space
and superior cargo functionality and versatility relative to traditional SUV designs
that are inherently less space-efficient.
Safety Equipment
Through a comprehensive and evolving approach to vehicle safety, Honda seeks to
provide a high level of occupant and pedestrian protection in all of our cars,
regardless of size or price, as well as increased compatibility with its other vehicles.
The 2007 CR-V integrates Honda’s most advanced safety technology with the
revolutionary ACE Body Structure (introduced on the 2007 Legend). The ACE Body
Structure enhances frontal collision energy management through a network of load
bearing front frame structures that provide an increased opportunity for two
vehicles to properly connect during a collision, including larger and smaller vehicles
with differing bumper heights.
Unique in the automotive industry, the ACE Body Structure elevates real-world
safety to a new level by better utilising the crumple zone and dispersing energy
away from the passenger area through more load-bearing channels.
The 2007 CR-V range receives vehicle stability assist (VSA) for the first time.
Inside, every CR-V incorporates front and side airbags (curtain airbags on Sport &
Luxury) as standard equipment, along with active front seat head restraints that are
designed to reduce the chance of neck injury in the event of a rear collision.
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Standard safety features include dual-stage, dual-threshold front airbags with a
passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS), anti-lock brakes
(ABS), front seatbelts with pre-tensioners and load limiters, and a pedestrian
friendly safety design at the front of the vehicle.
The 2007 CR-V sets a new standard for vehicle safety as one of the few vehicles
ever to earn the US government’s top Five Star safety rating for the driver and front
passenger and rear seat outboard passengers in both frontal and side impact crash
tests performed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The 2007 CR-V builds on Honda’s industry-leading emphasis on safety and
outdistances the competition by implementing new technology and features that
go beyond conventional industry standards with innovations such as the ACE Body
Structure and pedestrian safety.
Enhanced Body Design
The unit-body construction features extensive use of strategically strengthened
areas with expanded use of high strength steel to provide high levels of rigidity.
Improved NVH was also targeted and the new model features extensive use of the
latest noise absorption materials to help reduce engine and road noise for an ultraquiet cabin.
Sedan-like Performance and SUV Versatility
The CR-V uses a compact platform that features the safety-enhancing ACE Body
Structure. It also provides extremely high levels of rigidity and an independent front
and rear suspension for handling performance, which also results in space-efficient
packaging. Comprised of a front MacPherson strut layout and a rear multi-link
suspension, the highly rigid body and independent suspension offer an engaging
driving experience rare for this class of vehicle.
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What’s new for 2007
• Distinctive, upmarket styling
• Standard safety equipment includes ACE Body Structure and Active Front
Head Restraints
• Car like interior style, comfort and refinement
• New body and chassis design results in smoother, more agile performance
and quieter cabin
• 7 more kilowatts (125kW)
• New six-speed manual transmission
• Improved ingress/egress with optimised door designs and 32mm lower
step-in height
• Dual-deck cargo shelf
• Unit-body construction with independent front and rear suspensions
• Standard front and side airbags,
• Curtain airbag for Sport & Luxury
• Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)
• Drive by wire throttle
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BODY
Overview
For 2007, the Honda CR-V takes on a bold new look. Featuring a new double grille,
a side profile with arched side windows, sculptured lower body trim and a sporty
interior that accentuates the CR-V’s distinctive and chic character.
Safety has been significantly upgraded with the introduction of the Advanced
Compatibility Engineering Body Structure (first seen on the Legend), that builds on
the CR-V’s strong safety reputation.
The ACE Body Structure is a key element of Honda’s safety initiative that protects
both occupants and pedestrians.
Adding to the clean lines, the spare tyre now resides under the rear floor, benefiting
aesthetics and improving garage-ability. The tailgate now opens upward (instead of
to the side as in the previous CR-V), improving convenience and providing a canopy
when loading or unloading the vehicle.
Design and Styling
The third-generation 2007 model has a more fluid design over the upright and
traditional two-box SUV shape. This design concept merges a strong lower body
with large diameter tyres to give the new CR-V a refined, sophisticated look and
purposeful stance.
The double grille creates a strong presence while durability is further expressed by
the modular lower body trim.
The arched side window shapes gives a sporty look, while the rear end design with
full-length taillights conveys a unique 3-dimensional look.
The CR-V Enters a New Dimension
The 2007 CR-V is 100mm shorter (largely due to the relocation of the spare tyre);
35mm wider and 30mm lower than the previous model. Underneath, its wheelbase
is 5mm shorter, with the front track 30mm wider and the rear track 20mm wider.
Ground clearance has also been reduced by 20mm.
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Tri-Perspective Diagram
Dimensions
*Japanese model shown.
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CR-V Body Structure
The CR-V’s body is new from the ground up.
The body construction now includes Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering™
(ACE™) Body Structure that enhances frontal collision energy management through
a network of load bearing structures in the front of the vehicle.
This newly developed front-end frame structure (first seen on the Legend)
incorporates newly-shaped upper and lower frame members to significantly
enhance energy dispersion in a frontal collision through more load bearing channels
in the body.
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The ACE Body Structure is configured for high energy absorption. In the event of a
frontal collision, the body structure with its front-mounted polygonal main frame is
designed to prevent structural penetration while distributing forces evenly through
multiple major load bearing pathways - and away from the passenger compartment.
Preventing Misalignment with Impact Absorbing Frame of
Other Vehicle/Dispersing Collision Impact: Comparison
For comparison, a conventional body structure generally concentrates the loads
from a collision through two pathways running longitudinally through the lower
portion of the frame.
In the ACE Body Structure for example, frontal impact force can be distributed from
the front of the vehicle through the side sills, floor frame and A-pillar in order to
reduce the cabin deformation. The result is that the ACE Body Structure maximises
energy distribution during a collision because impact forces can be distributed
through more of the vehicle’s mass and away from the passenger compartment.
Offset Rear Collision Design
The solid unit body of the CR-V was designed from the outset to define a new
standard for torsional and bending rigidity in the compact SUV segment, achieving a
rigidity balance similar to a sedan for sedan-like handling performance, ride comfort
and a quieter cabin.
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Even with enhanced collision safety construction and larger dimensions, the overall
vehicle weight remains similar to the previous model. This has been achieved by
optimising the framework layout and sectional shapes, streamlining the joint
structures, and utilising 58 percent high-grade, high-strength steel (up 24 percent
over the previous model). Additionally, bending rigidity has been improved by 84
percent.
Door Construction
The doors are built on a robust structure that provides a solid feel and sound when
closing. The door latches are carefully engineered to latch securely with a light
closing pressure, and to emit a quality sound. Sound insulation performance was
enhanced by connecting the ends of a door-opening seal, doubling the door seals
and adding a layer of sound absorption material. The CR-V’s front doors use the
lower step-in height, the wider opening angle of the rear door from 67 to 80
degrees, and triple-stage stopper construction, for ease of ingress/egress in tight
parking situations.
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Pedestrian Safety Design
The CR-V takes the wellbeing of pedestrians into account in its construction.
Accordingly, engineers optimised parts of the front end structure to help absorb
energy in the event of a collision with a pedestrian. Research shows that these
features can dramatically improve a pedestrian’s chance of survival if struck by a
moving vehicle.
Key pedestrian safety features include:
• Bonnet designed to deform if contact is made with either an adult or a child
pedestrian
• Energy-absorbing guard mounts and supports located under the bonnet
• Sufficient clearance between the bonnet and hard engine parts
• Deformable windshield wiper pivots
• Crushable bonnet hinges
Aerodynamics
The A pillar, side mirrors, wiper layout, underfloor pans and strakes have all been
designed to minimise air turbulence. These designs result in improved fuel
economy and less wind noise. Other measures contributing to reduce wind noise
levels include reducing the width of body seams, mounting glass flush with the
surrounding body panels, and using double seals around all doors.
Tailgate
New for 2007 is the lightweight, easy-to-open top-hinged tailgate that replaces the
side-hinged tailgate design of previous models. The top-hinged design, which opens
vertically, allows for universally-convenient cargo loading from the left or right sides
of the vehicle – while also providing a canopy during cargo transfer. A convenient
benefit, the canopy provides some protection from nasty weather and doubles as a
sunshade.
From a cargo functionality standpoint, the 950 mm door opening height is taller by
45 mm and wider by 10 mm to 1390 mm.
The hydraulic dampers and special hinges allow the lightweight tailgate to be
operated effortlessly. Overall, the CR-V tailgate provides convenient and userfriendly one-step operation in the real world where juggling grocery bags,
backpacks, keys and other assortments are the usual operating procedure.
Previously mounted on the tailgate, the spare tyre now resides inside the vehicle
under the cargo floor. Moving the spare tyre inside also helps reduce the overall
length of the vehicle by 7.9cm, helping the CR-V fit better into a short parking space.
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Tight Tolerances
Hondas have always been synonymous with outstanding fit and finish. This
attention to detail is evident in the minute sizes of gaps between body panels and
interior components. The CR-V features what is known as a “zero” gap for the
front and rear bumpers, or less than a single millimetre. This gives the bumpers a
more integrated appearance, yet keeps collision costs to a minimum by isolating
various body components so fewer components require replacing in the event of
an accident.
Noise and Vibration Dampening
The CR-V’s level of quietness is similar to many luxury SUVs. This is due in part to
the high levels of rigidity of the CR-V platform and the application of advanced noise
and vibration absorption materials. Extensive lightweight sound absorption materials
have been applied to the floor, firewall, cargo area, and roof along with additional
sound insulation
materials for side pillars.
Traditional use of melt
sheets (sheets that
dampen noise and
vibration) are also used.
Additionally, the doors
have two seals for
reduced noise intrusion.
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Exterior Lighting
The CR-V’s headlight design provides sharp illumination. The projector-style
headlamp assemblies feature a clear one piece outer lens that wraps around the
vehicle’s front corners with the inboard turn signals housed inside. The round
outboard halogen lamps provide both low and high beam illumination. The halogen
headlights cast a wide and broad beam, while also providing brighter illumination of
objects in closer proximity.
The tall rear taillights envelop the D-pillar and feature a reflective inner-cube design
as the background pattern during illumination. The lenses are solid red for brakes
and clear for the turn indicator lights (amber illumination).
Fuel Tank
The CR-V is equipped with a six-layer resin fuel tank that offers relatively lower
weight, increased capacity, and reduced emissions. The CR-V also incorporates a
return-less fuel supply system that helps reduce vapour generation. Capacity is 58
litres.
Available Colours - Exterior and Interior
There are six exterior colours available for the 2007 CR-V.
Colours
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Exterior
Interior
Taffeta White
Ivory
Nighthawk Black
Ivory or Black
Royal Ruby Red
Black
Satellite Mist
Ivory
Alabaster Silver
Black
Sparkle Grey
Black
INTERIOR
Overview
The Honda CR-V’s stylists sought to create a high-quality, car-like interior with
Honda’s renowned ergonomics and clever approach to storage integration with
fashionable, modern architecture, as demonstrated by the use of richly tactile
textures and metallic panel highlights.
Extensive safety equipment includes side and front side airbags as standard
equipment on all models with curtain airbags standard on the Sport & Luxury.
New for 2007, active front seat head restraints are also standard equipment.
CR-V Interior New Technology and Features
• All-new interior with modern and sophisticated architecture
• Dual-deck rear cargo shelf (Sport & Luxury models)
• Upgraded audio systems
• Front seat active head restraints
• Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
• Wider front seating surfaces
• Instrument panel centre-mounted shifter
• Centre console
• Vanity mirror
• Sunglasses holder (Sport & Luxury models)
• Standard side and front airbags
• Curtain airbags standard (Sport & Luxury models)
• Dual level glovebox
• Conversation mirror (Sport & Luxury models)
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Interior Dimensions
The 2007 CR-V has a large interior.
2007 CR-V
Seating Capacity
Cargo Volume behind 2nd row (m3)
Cargo Volume behind 1st row (m3)
2006 CR-V
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5
1.01
0.94
2.06
2.03
- rear seats folded forward
Leg Room (mm) - Front/Rear
1049/977
1049/977
Hip Room (mm) - Front/Rear
1419/1386
1384/1358
Shoulder Room (mm) - Front/Rear
1445/1422
1445/1437
Head Room (mm) - Front/Rear
1038/980
933/977
w/ sunroof
1038/993
988/993
w/ sunroof
Enhanced Design with Improved Style and Premium
Features
The increased body width allows for wider and more supportive seats while a
centre console not only provides the requisite cup holders and sub-tray, but also
provides an additional 12V power outlet and an auxiliary audio jack on all models. A
dual-deck cargo shelf, (on Sport & Luxury models), provides additional storage
options in the cargo area while providing enough clearance underneath for grocery
bags or items such as a folded stroller.
For 2007, all audio systems are more powerful. Auxiliary audio input jacks are
standard equipment on all models, allowing for portable music device playback
through the CR-V’s speakers. The base model has a four-speaker audio system with
a single-disc CD player. Sport and Luxury models receive a six CD player. All CR-V
audio systems have MP3/WMA CD playback capability and Speed-Sensitive
Volume Control (SVC) that automatically adjusts the volume based on vehicle
speed.
Ease of Vehicle Entry and Exit
Sitting lower than the previous model by 32mm, entry and exit feels more sedanlike. The door openings are also larger so getting in and out of the CR-V is easy and
natural. In addition, the seat cushion’s height approximates the hip height of an
average height adult, so passengers do not have to “climb” in and out of the seats.
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Door openings feature a durable, non-skid plastic surface that provides a sure
footing for standing when accessing the roof. Additionally, the tailgate has a low
load-in height to make placing objects in the cargo area a convenient process.
Instrument Panel Design and Meters
The instrument panel design has a modern ‘fresh look’ with futuristic meters set
against white and blue backlit gauges. The odometer readout is one feature of the
multifunction information display that shows outside temperature, vehicle mileage
and trip mileage, and average fuel consumption and is operated via an illumination
controller on the gauge.
The CR-V instrumentation includes the following:
• White and blue backlit gauges (speedometer, tachometer)
• Digital Odometer and Digital Trip meters
• Exterior Temperature gauge (all models)
• Door/tailgate Open indicator
• Instantaneous and average fuel economy
• Kilometres-to-empty indicator
• Low oil pressure indicator
Audio Systems
CR-V Base
The CR-V includes an AM/FM radio, CD player with MP3/WMA capability, auxiliary
input jack, four speakers and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.
CR-V Sport & Sport Luxury
These models have an AM/FM radio, built-in 6-disc CD changer with MP3/WMA
playback, auxiliary input jack, CD/MP3 text display, six speakers (including two
dashboard tweeters) and steering wheel-mounted audio controls (volume and
channel preset).
Three-Spoke Steering Wheel with Tilt and Telescope
Column
The three-spoke steering wheel on the CR-V matches the vehicle’s sporty character
with a smaller diameter (38cm) combined with a quicker steering ratio. All models
include manual tilt and telescope steering wheel adjustment for the perfect driving
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position. All models include cruise control buttons on the right side of the steering
wheel. All models also get audio controls on the left side of the steering wheel for
volume, mode and channel selection.
Reclining Front Bucket Seats with Adjustable Head
Restraints
The CR-V front seats have been completely redesigned with wider (+10mm) seat
frame and more supportive seat construction thanks to progressively tuned foam
bolsters. The driving position has been optimised in relation to the steering wheel
and vehicle controls, and folding armrests are installed on the inboard portions of
the seat. An innovative front seat active head restraint system enhances the seat’s
ability to minimise the potential for a neck injury in the event of a rear collision.
Both front seats manually recline and move forward and back. The driver’s seat
features a manual height adjustment control with 4cm total travel. A ratchet-style
lever on the right side of the seat adjusts the height.
The Luxury model gets an 8-way power adjustable seat including power lumbar
support.
Seat construction integrates several significant technologies. High strength steel
now comprises the majority of the seats internal steel framework. Composite
components are used in the base and the seatback to minimise weight and
proactively influence seat cushion feedback. The 4mm wider foam cushions employ
various densities in the bolsters compared to other areas in the seat to provide the
right level of comfort (softness) and support (firmness) in all the right places.
40/20/40 Split Rear Fold and Tumble Seats
The 40/20/40 Split Rear Seats provide generous seating surfaces that are both
comfortable and functional. To increase storage space, the seats can be folded
down and tumbled forward to more than double the cargo area storage space and
accommodate long, bulky items like a mountain bike or large boxes.
Designed for practicality and convenience, the fold and tumble seat design allows
for a flat cargo floor. When folded, the three head restraints can remain in the seat
backs (no removal necessary). Maximum cargo length equals about 1295mm and
the maximum width ranges between approximately 990mm (at wheel wells) to
1371mm (rear cargo area side panels). The rear seats slide forward and backward
to allow for the optimisation of the cargo area and second row passenger legroom.
A new feature for 2007, the seatbacks have a 40/20/40 split design to allow for
centre (or side) pass-through of long items.
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Storage Areas and Dual-Deck Cargo Shelf
Approximately 20 convenient storage areas are accessible throughout the interior,
ranging from an upper and lower glove box to eight individual cup holders. New for
2007, a centre console replaces the retractable centre tray table. Each front door
has a storage pocket and a bottle holder. A two-tier glove box is standard, with the
upper glove box replacing the previous open tray storage by using a flip-down
cover. Up front, there are two cup holders in the centre console. In the rear seat
area, the centre armrest folds down to reveal two more cup holders.
A new dual deck cargo shelf system, available in the Sport and Luxury, allows for
two levels of storage in the rear cargo area. The shelf provides 330mm of vertical
space underneath – enough room for a collapsed stroller or similar item – while still
retaining a convenient area to place smaller items on top up to 10 kilograms. The
shelf is hinged at the front for easy access to items underneath. The cargo shelf
can also be placed on the floor for conventional cargo area space utilisation.
Climate Control
All CR-V models are equipped with air conditioning as standard equipment. The
manual controls are mounted centrally on the instrument panel for easy
accessibility and utilise large, rotary knobs for temperature settings and fan control
(12-speeds). A new feature for 2007 is the addition of push button selection for
directing air through the various vents inside the vehicle, i.e. defrost, heater, split
level, etc.
The new controls simplify mode selection. From a mechanical standpoint, the
climate control system is designed to be efficient and lightweight, utilising a high
capacity condenser with an integrated receiver/drier to route liquid refrigerant
through a sub-cooling condenser after cycling through the main condenser - thus
increasing efficiency.
The Sport and Luxury models get an independent climate control system.
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Interior Lighting and Progressive Illumination
Similar to the Accord Euro and Accord, the CR-V receives a self-illuminating
instrument package that gives the CR-V a “welcoming” feel.
Interior switches are illuminated to make them easy to locate at night, including
those on all four doors and the steering wheel. The CR-V has blue low-level
ambient lighting in the ceiling that illuminates the front centre console area.
Courtesy lights are illuminated when the doors are open.
Power Windows and Power Door and Tailgate Locks
Power windows and power door and tailgate locks are standard equipment. The
driver’s window has convenient auto up and down operation. Selectable childproof
door locks are standard on the rear doors.
Keyless Entry System
Keyless entry is standard equipment. The CR-V uses Honda’s key design which has
an integrated transmitter in the key handle with lock and unlock buttons. The key
can also raise and lower the windows
Engine Immobiliser
Complementing the keyless entry system is a standard engine-Immobiliser system.
A special electronically coded key prevents the car from being started-even if a
mechanical duplicate of the key is used. A transponder, built into the key, signals
the Immobiliser control unit that the key is genuine. If the car is hot-wired, or an
unauthorised key is used, the engine will not start.
12V DC Accessory Outlets
The CR-V provides two 12V DC accessory outlets; one is located on the instrument
panel’s centre stack and the other is located in the cargo area.
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Safety
Overview
Honda’s mission for the CR-V is to provide an extraordinarily high level of safety that
meets and exceeds all current regulations and standards. These goals embrace
Honda’s fundamental safety philosophy.
Specific Safety Targets include:
• 5-Star rating in (USA), NHTSA NCAP and SINCAP test procedures
• “Good” ratings in Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) front offset and
Side Impact Crashworthiness Evaluation (SICE) and the seat/head restraint tests
• Advanced control of intrusion into the passenger compartment during a side
collision with an SUV
• Improved protection in the event of frontal collisions with larger vehicles
• Enhanced crash compatibility with smaller vehicles in a car-to-car collision
compared to previous generation vehicles
• Advanced protection for pedestrians in event of a collision
Result:
The 2007 CR-V has achieved a 5 Stars rating for the NHTSA tests - the best results
possible.
This includes voluntary improvements in the IIHS ratings test called SICE, which
limits the intrusiveness if hit by an SUV in a side collision. Finally, the CR-V adopts
pedestrian head protection measures that are above and beyond NHTSA standards,
which currently do not regulate this safety issue.
Advanced Dual Stage, Dual Threshold Front Driver’s
and Front Passenger’s Airbags
The CR-V is equipped with dual-stage, dual-threshold supplemental restraint system
(SRS) airbags for the driver and front passenger. These airbags are designed to
minimise the potential for airbag injury while providing head and chest protection for
the occupants in the event of a frontal collision. This front airbag system features
front passenger seat sensors designed to further enhance occupant protection.
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Driver’s Front Side Airbag and Front Passenger’s Side
Airbag with Occupant Position Detection System
Every CR-V is also equipped with seat-mounted front side airbags in the outboard
sections of the backrests to help safeguard the driver and front passenger from
side-impact injury. An innovative occupant position detection system is used to
assure that the passenger’s side airbag has a clear path for deployment. In the
event a child (or a small-stature adult) leans into the deployment path of the side
airbag, a seven-segment “antenna” system built within the backrest signals this
condition to an electronic control unit (ECU) also located within the seat. The ECU
then deactivates the side air bag from functioning and triggers a “SIDE AIRBAG
OFF” indicator light in the instrument cluster. After the front occupant returns to a
normal seating position, the side air bag module automatically resumes fullfunctional status.
Airbag System Operation
Side Curtain Airbags
CR-V Sport and Luxury occupants are protected by Honda’s Side Curtain Airbag
with Rollover Sensor system. The side curtain airbags deploy from modules in the
roof in the event of a sufficient side impact, providing a significant level of head
protection in the window area. In the unlikely event of a rollover, a roll rate sensor
and multiple G sensors determine the rate of roll and deploy the side curtain airbags
accordingly.
Like the other airbag systems in the CR-V, the side curtain system utilises multiple
sensors to determine the most appropriate timing of deployment of the airbags.
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Active Front Seat Head Restraints
An innovative front seat active head restraint system is used to enhance the seat’s
ability to minimise the potential for neck injury from rear end collisions. The ability
to manage rear collision forces to be relatively equal on the head, neck and spine is
a key component to minimising injuries. In the event of a rear collision, a person’s
body would be pushed against the seatback. The pressure from the seatback is
transmitted mechanically from the lumbar plate via links that push the head
restraint upward and forward to comparatively equalise the forces acting on the
head, neck and spine at the same time as the collision.
Front Seatbelts with Pretensioners and Load Limiters
Both front seat belts have seat belt pretensioners and load limiters that work
together to help protect the driver and front passenger in a collision. The
components work automatically in a 1-2 sequence. In the first few milliseconds of a
collision, the pretensioners automatically tighten the front seat belts. Research has
shown that seat belts that are snugly secured around the occupants provide better
protection. If the deceleration forces rise above a predetermined threshold, the load
limiter releases a small length of seatbelt webbing to reduce the pressure on the
occupant in a controlled manner. This helps reduce the injuries that seatbelts can
cause in a severe high-speed collision.
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Chassis
Overview
Honda is well-known for making its vehicles enjoyable-to-drive with precise
steering, responsive suspension tuning and refined road manners. Precise handling
also contributes to accident avoidance manoeuvrability - one of the key reasons
Honda pays so much attention to every aspect of the suspension. The CR-V comes
with the highest levels of chassis-related active safety equipment in the segment
with Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) and 4-channel anti-lock braking (ABS), electronic
brake distribution and Brake Assist.
Body-in-White
From the driver’s perspective, every aspect of the CR-V has been improved.
Compared with its predecessor, the 2007 Honda CR-V chassis delivers higher levels
of sportiness and ride comfort with enhanced suspension geometry and a lower
centre of gravity. The changes add up to greater responsiveness, increasing driving
enjoyment while also offering a smooth and comfortable ride.
New CR-V Chassis Technology and Design
• 261.9cm wheelbase (- 5mm)
• Wider track (+ 3cm front / + 2cm rear)
• MacPherson strut front suspension
• Multi-link rear suspension
• Advanced Logic 4-channel ABS system
• Larger 17-inch wheels (+1 inch) and 225/65R17 tyres
• Larger 296mm front disc brakes, 304mm solid rear disc brakes
• Standard VSA and Brake Assist
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MacPherson Strut Front Suspension
The MacPherson strut front suspension incorporates new geometry with a high
caster angle and inversely wound springs for improved straight line stability, along
with improved toe-control dynamics for more responsive steering. To improve
steering rigidity and reduce friction, the steering box has also been mounted lower.
Significant changes to steering angles, bushings, materials, springs and shocks
result in linear suspension movement at the upper limit of vehicle dynamics and
flatter cornering. When cornering, the inner wheel remains closer to perpendicular
(relative to the ground plane) throughout a greater range of travel, which improves
tyre adhesion. To improve ride comfort, the compliance angle on the lower control
arm was optimised to transmit less harshness. Further enhancements include
reduced centre offset with the wheel to minimise the potential for torque steer
and shimmy.
The front suspension is
specially designed and tuned
for compact packaging and
supple ride comfort, while the
long wheel travel allows it to
soak up harshest roads. The
geometry has been optimised
with both a high caster angle
and “trail,” to provide sharp
on-centre response and
stability.
Other features of the front suspension that help the CR-V achieve car-like
handling include:
• High-friction upper strut mounts provide a good on-centre steering feel, along
with increased linearity while reducing steering shimmy
• Asymmetrical coil springs improve steering quality
• Large-diameter lower arm compliance bushing reduces NVH
• Large-diameter steering box with rigid bushings adds stiffness and improves
linear steer feel
• 20mm front stabiliser bar
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Multi-Link Rear Suspension
Like many others in the Honda range, the 2007 CR-V is equipped with a multi-link
rear suspension that helps provide a smoother ride, improved handling and
additional cargo space. The dynamics offered by the three-link suspension create
excellent stability under cornering and braking. The independent multi-link rear
suspension system with aluminium knuckle fits compactly underneath the rear
seating and storage areas and provides excellent ride and handling characteristics,
with low NVH. The suspension uses large-diameter trailing arm bushings to reduce
harshness and improve ride comfort. Front and rear stays increase the subframe
mounting point rigidity, further improving stability and steer feel.
Rear suspension features:
• Anti-squat geometry to reduce pitching under acceleration
• 19mm rear stabiliser bar
Springs, Dampers and Stabiliser Bars
The suspension has been tuned to minimise front-end dive under braking and
decrease squat under acceleration, as well as, reduce body roll when cornering.
The spring rates, combined with precise damper tuning, provide a good balance
between the CR-V’s fun-to-drive character and everyday ride comfort.
As with every vehicle that utilises a strut suspension design, the strut bears the
load of the weight of the vehicle. Drive forces during the suspension’s compression
stage can sometimes influence steering precision feel because as the springs
compress, they exert torsional force in the opposite direction on the steering
mechanism and sometimes make the car pull to one side. To neutralise this effect,
Honda engineers applied inversely wound (wound in the opposite direction) coil
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springs to the front struts. Because the two front springs compress in opposite
directions, the torsional force they produce cancels each other out, minimising their
effect on steering feel.
Damper construction is a progressive valve design that significantly contributes to
a smoother ride and precise handling. These gas-pressure dampers use a stacked
disc-valve arrangement that yields easily and progressively to high-velocity damper
piston movement, such as those created by bumps and road impacts; however, the
same velocity-sensitive valves present more resistance to the small, low-velocity
movement associated with body motion at high speed.
The CR-V has a 20mm front and 19mm rear stabiliser bar.
Steering System
The variable speed-sensitive, hydraulic rack-and-pinion power steering is geared for
improved steering feedback, requiring only light input. Previously a high-mounted
steering box setup, the entire steering system is located lower in the vehicle with
short length tie-rods to improve input geometry (i.e. more direct) into the front
suspension. All models have a tilt and telescopic steering column. The steering ratio
and the number of turns lock-to-lock have also been reduced. The turning circle is
11.8 metres.
2007 CR-V
2006 CR-V
Steering ratio, overall
15.7
16.4
Turns, lock-to-lock
2.96
3.22
Braking System with Advanced Logic 4-Channel ABS
and Brake Assist
The CR-V is equipped with a 4-channel anti-lock braking system (ABS) with
Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist. The ventilated front discs
have a diameter of 296mm, while the rear solid discs are 304mm in diameter. The
4-channel ABS with EBD independently modulates braking power at each wheel, as
opposed to the more common 3-channel system that modulates the front wheels
independently and the rear wheels with relatively equal braking force. The new
4-channel capability allows the rear wheels to react independently while cornering,
representing a significant enhancement to the ABS system’s ability to influence
vehicle stability and safety.
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Electronic Brake Distribution proportions brake power to the rear wheels based on
algorithms that determine the vehicle’s weight distribution. Further additions to the
braking system include a new ABS control module (that applies for the new
4-channel system). Higher pedal rigidity with a decreased pedal stroke provides a
more immediate braking response.
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)
New for all 2007 CR-V models is Vehicle Stability Assist.
For superior control during acceleration, cornering, and sudden collision-avoidance
manoeuvres, the CR-V is equipped with a 4-channel Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)
system that works in conjunction with the drive-by-wire throttle and ABS systems.
VSA enhances vehicle stability by applying brake force to each of the four disc
brakes independently while also managing the throttle and ignition systems.
An additional benefit the system provides for the front wheels is applying braking
force to a slipping wheel thereby redirecting driving force to the wheel with more
traction, in a similar manner to a limited slip differential. Analysing data that is
constantly received from seven sensors monitoring speed, steering input lateral G
forces, and yaw rate, the VSA system compares the driver’s control inputs with the
vehicle’s actual response. If the actual response is outside a predicted response
range, VSA automatically intervenes with an appropriate corrective action.
In the case of oversteer, VSA applies braking to the outside front and rear wheels
to counter the unintended yawing effect. If understeer is detected, VSA applies
braking to the inside front and rear wheels and reduces engine power to help bring
the car back onto the driver’s intended course.
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The VSA system in the CR-V has been calibrated with minimal intrusion to the
driving experience. It’s designed to be transparent, so drivers may not even notice
when VSA is working. In addition, VSA’s stability enhancement and traction control
can be turned off, while still leaving the ABS fully functional.
Wheels and Tyres
All 2007 CR-V’s sit on 17 inch wheels. The base model has steel wheels while the
Sport and Luxury models are equipped with alloy wheels. The tyre size is
225/65R17.
Towing Information
The 2007 CR-V has a towing capacity of 1500kgs braked (dual axle) for both
transmissions.
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Powertrain
Overview
Although similar to the previous generation CR-V’s, the 2007 Honda CR-V blends
performance, efficiency and low emissions with an upgraded 2.4-litre, i-VTEC
4-cylinder engine and a choice of either a new six-speed manual or five-speed
automatic transmission and an improved version of the Real Time™ 4-wheel drive
system.
Powertrain Summary
• 2.4-litre DOHC i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine
• 125kW @ 5800 rpm (+7kW)
• 218Nm @ 4200 rpm with a broader, flatter, torque curve
• 6-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmission
• Improved Real Time 4-wheel drive
• Meets Euro 4 compliance
• Uses standard unleaded fuel (91RON)
Aluminium 2.4-litre DOHC i-VTEC 4-Cylinder Engine
The 2007 Honda CR-V engine is a double overhead cam (DOHC) all-aluminium,
2.4-litre inline four-cylinder design that uses 16 valves and a high-volume intake
manifold. The engine produces 125kW @ 5800 rpm and torque is rated 218Nm @
4200 rpm. Primary enhancements for 2007 include a slightly higher compression
ratio (9.7:1 from 9.6:1) along with optimised valve timing and higher flow rate intake
and exhaust systems. The broadened torque curve gives the 2007 CR-V smoother
performance in all types of driving conditions whether it is city, freeway or hilly
terrain.
A host of innovative features are designed to deliver a cutting-edge combination of
performance, fuel efficiency, and low emissions. Most apparent is the i-VTEC
“intelligent” valve-control system, a technology that combines VTC (Variable Timing
Control) - which continuously adjusts camshaft phase - with Variable Valve Timing
and Lift Electronic Control (VTEC) - which changes valve lift, timing, and duration.
The combination of these two systems results in impressive horsepower and
torque - with good fuel economy and low exhaust emissions.
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Engine Block, Crankshaft
The 2.4-litre engine uses a two-piece, die-cast aluminium block and bearing cap
design that helps maximise strength and rigidity while minimising noise and
vibration. The compact upper element features cast-in iron cylinder liners for
outstanding durability and the lower element consists of a single-casting crankshaft
carrier fitted with ferrous-carbon bearing-cap inserts that add to its overall structural
rigidity. Each journal on the forged-steel crankshaft is micro-polished to help reduce
internal friction and improve durability.
Aluminium Cylinder Head
The i-VTEC engine uses a compact, lightweight cylinder head made of pressurecast aluminium alloy. Its 4-valve-per-cylinder design has double overhead camshafts
activated by a silent chain drive to ensure extremely precise control of the cam
phasing. The cam drive is maintenance-free throughout the life of the engine. The
combustion chamber is designed with a relatively large “squish” area that
promotes faster flame propagation on the ignition stroke. This results in more
complete burning of the air-fuel mix and subsequently, low emissions.
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Drive-by-Wire Throttle Control
The electronic drive-by-wire throttle control enhances the driving character of the
CR-V from both a throttle pedal feel and a transmission refinement perspective
(less shift shock with short gear change intervals). With smart electronics
connecting the throttle pedal to the throttle butterfly valve in the intake manifold,
the engine response can be optimised to suit the driving conditions and to better
match the driver’s expectations. By eliminating the direct throttle cable connection
to the engine, the ratio between pedal movement and throttle butterfly movement
can be continuously optimised.
The CR-V uses a DC motor to control the throttle butterfly position in the intake
tract. To establish the current driving conditions, the system monitors pedal
position, throttle position, vehicle speed, engine speed and engine vacuum. This
information is then used to define the throttle control sensitivity.
The throttle system works in harmony with the 6-speed manual and 5-speed auto
transmissions to make shifts smoother. By coordinating the throttle opening with
the transmission’s shifting functions, engine power can be precisely tailored to the
needs of the transmission at every point during the shifting process. That means
less shift shock and delay, no matter what the driving situation.
Torque Rod Engine Mount System
New for the CR-V, is a torque rod engine mount system that further improves the
vehicle’s quiet and vibration-free operation.
Previously CR-V engine mounts attached the engine and transmission to the
subframe and body, then utilised them to resist the rotational effect when the
engine is started, or under acceleration. The torque rod engine mount system
replaces these two engine mounts with an upper torque rod connected to the
body, and a rear lower torque rod connected to the subframe, resisting the engine’s
rotational torque inputs to the chassis in a longitudinal orientation, reducing inputs
that cause idle vibration, and mid and high frequency engine noise during
acceleration. The CR-V’s engine mounts consist of a rubber side mount integrated
with the upper torque rod, lower torque rod, and a transmission mount. The torque
rods isolate engine vibrations with solid rubber dampers located at the attachment
points to the engine, the body, and the subframe.
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Internal Balancer Shafts
To improve smoothness throughout the rev range and lower noise levels, the CR-V
is fitted with an internal balancer unit. Consisting of a pair of chain-driven counterrotating shafts located in the oil pan, the balancing system helps quell the inherent
second-order harmonic vibrations that normally impact in-line 4-cylinder engines.
Exhaust System
A high-efficiency exhaust system and a high-density catalytic converter help the
CR-V engine meet emission regulations. Exhaust gases pass through a low heatmass/dual-wall stainless steel manifold as they now exit the “downstream” side of
the engine via a new double-walled pipe that also helps limit heat loss. The
combination of higher relative temperatures and a more direct path to the catalytic
converter yields quicker light-off, which contributes to lower levels of hydrocarbon
and NOx emissions.
Six-Speed Manual Transmission
Another first for the 2007 CR-V is the introduction of a six-speed manual
transmission that better matches the engines characteristics for greater
acceleration, overall performance and optimal fuel economy.
Five-Speed Automatic Transmission
The optional five-speed automatic transmission uses a wide overall ratio that
maximises acceleration in gears one through four and optimises fuel economy in its
overdrive fifth gear. The computer controlled direct control transmission provides
amazingly smooth shifts.
The 5-speed automatic transmission uses a variety of technologies to provide
smoother shifting as well as reduced friction for enhanced efficiency. Those
technologies include a low-friction clutch and a special super-thin torque converter.
The thin torque converter results in a compact transmission unit. Other spacesaving measures include a double-row idle gear and a tightly packaged second-gear
clutch.
To improve powertrain smoothness and reduce gear “hunting” on steep grades,
the 5-speed automatic transmission is also equipped with a standard Grade Logic
Control system.
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To minimise fuel usage while maintaining a high level of drivability, the 5-speed
automatic transmission includes an active lockup torque converter. With the precise
control afforded by a linear solenoid, the system expands the speed and throttle
setting range in which lockup can be engaged (closely emulating the benefits of a
manual transmission design).
CR-V Transmission Gear Ratios
Gear
Automatic
Manual
1
2.785
3.642
2
1.613
1.88
3
1.081
1.212
4
0.772
0.972
5
0.566
0.78
Reverse
2.000
3.583
Final Drive Ratio
4.50
5.33
Real Time™ 4WD
The CR-V’s 4-wheel drive system is designed to best match the majority of driving
situations that SUV’s realistically encounter. The fully automatic Real Time 4WD
system enhances the CR-V’s all-weather and light duty off-road capabilities such as
when driving in rain, snow, or on dirt and gravel roads – without the significant
weight, fuel economy and handling performance drawbacks of a conventional fourwheel-drive system.
For 2007, enhancements have been made to the system for improved performance
by optimising materials and construction, resulting in 20 percent more torque
transfer to the rear wheels.
The CR-V’s Real Time 4WD system sends power only to the rear wheels when
there is insufficient traction for the front-wheel-drive system. The system consists
of the conventional front-wheel-drive system, a compact transfer case that
distributes torque to a propeller shaft running the length of the vehicle, a dual-pump
system with a multi-plate clutch, a cam unit mechanism, the rear differential and
left and right rear-wheel driveshafts.
The core of the system is the dual-pump unit. It consists of two hydraulic pumps,
one driven by the front wheels via the propeller shaft and one driven by the rear
wheels via the rear differential. A hydraulically actuated, multi-plate clutch, similar to
the clutches used in Honda automatic transmissions, connects the propeller shaft
to the rear differential.
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When the CR-V is operating with the front and rear wheels turning at the same
speed the front and rear hydraulic pumps operate at the same rate. Hydraulic fluid
circulates between the two pumps; however, no pressure is generated. In effect,
the fluid pressure created by the front pump is equalised by the rear pump.
If the front wheels begin to turn faster than the rear wheels, as would be the case
if they were spinning on snow or ice, the two hydraulic pumps would turn at a
different rate and hydraulic pressure proportional to the difference in their speeds of
rotation would be generated. The resulting hydraulic pressure opens a valve body
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and feeds pressure to the multi-plate clutch, which engages the front propeller
shaft to the rear differential. The rear differential then feeds the drive torque to the
right and left rear wheels.
To provide a quick torque transfer response time for transparent 4-wheel drive
operation to the driver, the multi-plate clutch is supplemented by a one-way ball
cam unit mechanism. The cam unit mechanism consists of two plates separated by
six ball cams (large bearings) that move within ramped grooves. When a slight
difference in rotation speed exists between the rear wheels and front wheels when
driving forward, the ball cams move within the ramped grooves and create
pressure that instantly begins the engagement of the main clutch (prior to the buildup of sufficient hydraulic pressure). By engaging the main clutch at a sufficient
force even before the hydraulic pressure is generated by the two hydraulic pumps,
the driving torque is transferred without a hint of time lag.
The system is totally automatic; no electronics or driver action is needed. The
greater the degree of front-wheel slippage, the greater the amount of torque fed to
the rear wheels. Real Time™ 4WD is also low maintenance.
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2007 CR-V Specifications
Base
Sport
Luxury
Overall Length (mm)
4520
4520
4520
Overall Width (mm)
1820
1820
1820
Overall Height (mm)
1680
1680
1680
Wheelbase (mm)
2620
2620
2620
Front
1565
1565
1565
Rear
1565
1565
1565
Dimensions - Exterior
Tread (mm)
Ground Clearance (mm) Non-Load
Full-Load
185
185
185
150
150
150
Dimensions - Interior
Seating Capacity
5
5
5
Interior Length (mm)
1898
1898
1898
Interior Width (mm)
1480
1480
1480
Interior Height (mm)
1253
1222
1222
Front (mm)
1039
987
987
Rear (mm)
980
979
979
Front (mm)
1050
1050
1050
Rear (mm)
977
977
977
Head Room
Leg Room
Shoulder Room
Hip Room
Front (mm)
1446
1446
1446
Rear (mm)
1423
1423
1423
Front (mm)
1421
1421
1421
Rear (mm)
1388
1388
1388
Manual (kg)
1570
1580
1590
Weight
Curb Weight
Automatic (kg)
1600
1610
1620
2050(MT)
2080(AT)
2050(MT)
2080(AT)
2050(MT)
2080(AT)
890
680
920
680
895
685
925
685
895
695
925
695
Maximum Towing Capacity
Trailer with brakes (kg) Manual
Automatic
Trailer without brakes (kg) Manual
Automatic
1500
1500
600
600
1500
1500
600
600
1500
1500
600
600
Down force/tongue load (kg)
150
150
150
Maximum Permissible Weight (kg)
Weight Distribution
Manual
Automatic
Front (kg)
Rear (kg)
Front (kg)
Rear (kg)
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Performance
Maximum Power
kW /rpm
125/5800
125/5800
125/5800
Maximum Torque
Nm /rpm
218/4200
218/4200
218/4200
Fuel Consumption
Manual
Automatic
Combined litres/100km 10.0
Combined litres/100km 10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
At Body (m)
At Wheel Centre (m)
11.8
11.0
11.8
11.0
Turning Circle
11.8
11.0
Capacity
Fuel Tank
Litre
Boot Capacity (m3)
rear seat up
rear seat down
58
58
58
1.01
2.06
1.01
2.06
1.01
2.06
2.4 litre
DOHC i-VTEC
2.4 litre
DOHC i-VTEC
2.4 litre
DOHC i-VTEC
Pent Roof
Pent Roof
Pent Roof
4-Valves
4-Valves
4-Valves
Engine
Engine Type
Combustion Chamber Type
Valvetrain
Displacement
cc (cm3)
2354
2354
2354
Bore x Stroke
mm
87x99
87x99
87x99
Compression Ratio
9.3
9.3
9.3
Fuel Supply System
PGM-FI
PGM-FI
PGM-FI
Trochoid
Trochoid
Trochoid
91
91
91
EURO-4
EURO-4
EURO-4
6500/6700
6500/6700
6500/6700
Oil Pump System
Fuel Required
RON
Emission System
Redline/Cutout
rpm
Transmission
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Manual Transmission
Synchronised 6-Speed Forward - 1 Reverse
Gear Ratios
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Reverse
Final Reduction Ratio
Manual Transmission
Clutch Type - Single Plate Dry, Diaphragm Spring
3.642
1.88
1.212
0.972
0.78
0.659
3.583
5.333
3.642
1.88
1.212
0.972
0.78
0.659
3.583
5.333
3.642
1.88
1.212
0.972
0.78
0.659
3.583
5.333
Automatic Transmission Electronically Controlled - 5-Speed Automatic - 1 Reverse
Gear Ratios
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
Reverse
Final Reduction Ratio
2.785
1.613
1.081
0.772
0.566
2.000
4.500
2.785
1.613
1.081
0.772
0.566
2.000
4.500
2.785
1.613
1.081
0.772
0.566
2.000
4.500
New Dual Pump System ✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Automatic Transmission Clutch Type - Torque Converter
Realtime Four Wheel
Drive System
Drive By Wire
Suspension System
Suspension Type
Front
Rear
Shock Absorber
Front
Rear
Stabiliser Bar Type/Size Front (mm)
Rear (mm)
MacPherson
MacPherson
MacPherson
Strut
Strut
Strut
Multi Link
Multi Link
Multi Link
Double-Wishbone Double-Wishbone Double-Wishbone
Gas Pressurised
Gas Pressurised
Gas Pressurised
Gas Pressurised
Gas Pressurised
Gas Pressurised
20
19
20
19
20
19
Ventilated disc
Disc
Ventilated disc
Disc
Ventilated disc
Disc
Brake System
Brake Type
Front
Rear
Parking Brake Type
Foot Operated
Hand Brake
AT
MT
AT
MT
AT
MT
Disc Diameter
Front (mm)
Rear (mm)
296
305
296
305
296
305
Tyre Size
Front
Rear
Spare Tyre
225/65R17 102T
225/65R17 102T
225/65R17 102T
Wheel Size / Type
Front/Rear
Spare Tyre
Type
17 X 6.5J
17 X 6.5J
Steel
17 X 6.5J
17 X 6.5J
5-Spoke Alloy
17 X 6.5J
17 X 6.5J
7-Spoke Alloy
Tyres / Wheels
225/65R17 102T 225/65R17 102T
225/65R17 102T 225/65R17 102T
225/65R17 102T 225/65R17 102T
Steering System
Type
Rack & Pinion
Rack & Pinion
Rack & Pinion
Overall Ratio
15.74
15.74
15.74
Turns, Lock to Lock
2.96
2.96
2.96
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Safety Features
Active Safety
ABS (with EBD)
VSA
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Airbag
Driver/Front Passenger
Airbag
Side Airbag with
Occupant Position
Detection System
Curtain Airbag
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
-
✓
✓
Driver/Front Passenger
✓
✓
✓
-
-
✓
✓
✓
✓
Active Seat Headrests
Reverse Parking Sensor
Child Seats
x3
Exterior Features
Sunroof
-
✓
✓
Coloured Bumpers
✓
✓
✓
Upper: Chrome
with Lower: Black
Upper: Chrome
with Lower: Chrome
✓
-
-
-
✓
✓
Headlights
Halogen
✓
✓
✓
Exterior Lights
High Mounted Stop Light ✓
Front Fog Light
-
✓
✓
✓
✓
Front Mud Guard
Grey
✓
✓
✓
Rear Mud Guard
Grey
✓
✓
✓
Front Grille
Interior Features
✓
✓
✓
Air Conditioner
Dual-zone Climate Control Manual
✓
Rear Heater Duct
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Security
Security Alarm
Immobiliser
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Tilt & Telescopic Steering Wheel
✓
✓
✓
Driver’s Footrest
✓
✓
✓
Cruise Control
Door Mirror
with Side Turn Indicator
Body Coloured
Power Operated
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Front Windscreen
Wiper System
2-speed Intermittent
Variable Intermittent
✓
-
✓
✓
Wash Tank Capacity
Litres
4.8
4.8
4.8
Door Mirror
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Rear Wiper Control
Intermittent &
Reverse Combination
✓
✓
✓
Power Windows
Driver’s Side
Auto Up/Down
✓
✓
✓
Door Lock
Drivers Side
Central Locking Switch
✓
✓
✓
Steering Wheel
Black Urethane
Leather
✓
-
✓
-
✓
Interior Trim
Fabric
Leather
✓
-
✓
-
✓
Headrests
All Seat Positions
✓
✓
✓
Front Seat Features
Heated Seats
Seat Back Pocket
Centre Console
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Manual
Manual
8-way Power Operated
& Lumbar Support
Driver’s Seat Adjustment
Rear Seat Features
Armrest Through
✓
40:20:40/fold down+slide ✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Seatbelt
Five x 3 Point Belts
✓
✓
✓
Seatbelt Reminder
Driver
✓
✓
✓
Sunglasses Holder
Roof Console
-
✓
✓
Vanity Mirror
Driver & Passenger
✓
✓
✓
Dash Display Information Illuminated Meter
Outside Temperature
Trip Computer
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Interior Lights/
Illumination
Map Light
Steering Lock Illumination
Power Switch Illumination
Cargo Light
Ambient Light
Audio Steering Wheel
Switches Illumination
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Key System
Keyless Entry (Type)
✓
No. of Keyless Transmitters 2
✓
2
✓
2
Rear Window Demister
✓
✓
✓
Front Accessory Socket
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
-
✓
✓
3x Accessory Socket
Tonneau Cover
Console or Table
Double Deck Cargo
-
✓
✓
Cargo Restraint Hooks
✓
✓
✓
Conversation Mirror
✓
✓
✓
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Audio System
AM/FM Radio &
Single CD Player
AM/FM Radio &
Six CD Player
✓
-
-
-
✓
✓
Front Speaker (17cm)
Rear Speaker (17cm)
Tweeter
✓
✓
-
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Auxiliary Audio Input Jack
✓
✓
✓
MP3/WMA Playback
✓
✓
✓
Speed Sensitive Volume Control
✓
✓
✓
Steering Wheel-mounted
Audio Controls
✓
✓
✓
Audio
(with Auto Volume)
Speakers
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