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2012 Honda CR-V use new engine
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In June last, Honda has decided to announce the first official pictures of new-generation CR-V. Expected 2012 Honda CR-V will be available starting at U.S. Honda dealers later this year. Entering the new version, the 2012 Honda CR-V is expected to be equipped with a new engine produces 201 horsepower capacity.
According to sources from website Temple of VTEC, 2012 Honda CR-V new generation will remain the lowest gasoline engine block 2.4-liter capacity, for maximum torque of 170 lb-ft same. However, the engine capacity reduced from 180 down to 175 horsepower at 5,500 revolutions/minute. The reason may be because Honda wanted to improve the ability to save fuel and cut emissions.

Highlights of the 2012 Honda CR-V is located in the new engine block, code-named New-K25. This is clearly a different version of the engine 4 cylinder, 2.5 liter capacity, the capacity to produce 201 horsepower at 6,000 revolutions/min and maximum torque of 177 lb-ft for 2012 Honda CR-V. Similar to “brother” the new generation Civic which has been criticized quite a lot since its launch, 2012 Honda CR-V is accompanied by a 5-levels automatic transmission instead of six levels are currently very popular on the market.

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