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Honda CR-V is a SUV passenger car. The Japanese automotive concern Honda Motor Company is responsible for its production. From 1995 until now, 5 generations of this vehicle have been created.

I Generation
Honda CR-V had its debut in Tokyo in 1995. It was an off-road version of the Civic VI model and its name comes from the English statement of a Compact Recreational Vehicle or Combfort Runabout Vehicle. Thanks to the off-road styling of the CR-V, there is a characteristic spare wheel on the boot lid. The first versions were equipped only with four-cylinder engines with a capacity of 2.0 and 126 HP. This changed in 1999, when power was raised to 147 hp as part of the first face lift. The front and rear bumpers also changed. Four-wheel drive was optional here. It was called the “Real time four-wheel drive system” and was automatically activated when the front axle loses grip.

II Generation
The car debuted in 2001. It was built on the basis of the Civic VII floor plate. With its shape, the Honda CR-V II refers to its predecessor. In addition, the car has been equipped with a stabilization system (VSA) and a modified braking system. The second generation of the Honda CR-V initially had engines with a capacity of 2.0 and 150 HP, but apart from Europe, a version powered by a 2.4 hp engine with 160 hp was sold. The first, proprietary diesel engine was implemented only in 2004. ICDTi has a capacity of 2.2 and 140 HP. A high pressure supply system called common-rail was used here. In 2005, the car underwent face lifting. The front bumper, front and rear lamps, radiator grille and the operation of the SH-AWD have been changed.

III Generation
First shown in Paris in 2006. Built on the basis of Civic VIII, the Honda CR-V III is wider and shorter than its older version. The way of opening the tailgate has also been changed and the spare wheel removed. In 2009, the car went through a facelift, during which the front and rear bumpers, lamps and radiator grille were changed. It was also an ideal opportunity to give the Honda CR-V III a new i-DTEC diesel engine, which replaced the predecessor.

IV Generation
He made his debut in Los Angeles in 2011. Honda CR-V IV stylistically is very similar to its predecessor. More aggressive body lines can be noticed. This version introduced lights in LED technology. Also replaced are the hydraulically activated four-wheel drive, electronic. Face lifting Honda CR-V IV took place in 2014. Inserted bumpers with metalized inserts, changed the radiator grille and headlights. The 2.2 i-DTEC diesel engine has been replaced by a 160 hp 1.6 i-DTEC drive.

V Generation
Just like its predecessor, Honda CR-V V made its debut in Los Angeles at the end of 2016. In Europe, it appeared only in March in 2018. The car received a completely new design with a distinctive front belt. Also distinguished is the new dashboard with a 7-inch touch screen. It is one of the elements of the Honda Connect multimedia system. A system for closing the radiator grille “Automatic Shutter Grille System” was also used here. It improves the aerodynamics of the Honda CR-V V. In Europe, the diesel engine has been removed in favor of a hybrid version with a 2.0-liter engine.

In this model of Honda CR-V 2.0 the following parts of DIGITRONIC AUTOGAS LPG SYSTEM were used:





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