New i-DTEC and diesel auto transmission

Honda's 2.2-litre i-DTEC diesel engine, which debuted in the latest Honda Accord in 2008, will be available in the new CR-V. The diesel produces 150PS at 4000 rpm (up 10PS) and torque of 350Nm at 2000 rpm (up 10Nm). It can be paired with either manual transmission or the new 5-speed automatic gearbox that has been manufactured in-house by Honda. 2010 Honda CR-V 2010 Honda CR-V

The smooth and refined diesel automatic transmission is available on all Honda CR-V model grades from launch in 2010 and all engines in the Honda CR-V line-up are designed to meet Euro 5 legislation.

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