According to sources the news of the new Honda CR-V's impending arrival had quite a few SUV buyers waiting. Meanwhile the wait, however, ends today, as Honda has launched the fifth generation CR-V at a starting price of Rs 28.15 lakh for the petrol and Rs 30.65 lakh for the diesel and Rs 32.75 lakh for the diesel with all wheel drive (ex-showroom, India).
In its fifth generation, the Honda CR-V has grown in size, and while it retains some familiar cues we have come to associate with the SUV, it now has a muscular, more imposing look something that will doubtless be a hit with buyers.
The interior also has a more premium feel to it,
and a novel touch on the diesel variant is the replacement of the gear lever
with buttons, which gives the dash a cleaner look. Meanwhile for the first time
ever, the CR-V will be available with seven seats but only if you’re opting for
the diesel engine. You see, the petrol variant will only be offered as a
Bookings for Tata Harrier are currently open According to sources Tata Motors began accepting bookings for the upcoming Harrier SUV yesterday, and the company has announced a refundable booking amount of Rs 30,000 for the car. According to a few dealers we spoke to, the market launch and price announcement for the Harrier are likely to take place in early January, with deliveries expected to commence in the second-half of the same month.
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