Welcome the 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid to the Family
Honda has an introduction to make. Meet the 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid.NEW is exciting, right?Especially when it’s good for you AND the environment.Let’s take a look at seven fast facts about Honda’s latest up-and-comer.1. A new hybrid drivetrainThe drivetrain is similar to the one on the Honda Accord Hybrid, with a naturally-aspirated Atkinson-cycle 2.0 inline-four gas engine and two electric motors.2. Fuel economyHonda says you’ll see a 50% increase in EPA city fuel economy as compared to the non-hybrid version.It’s estimated to come in around 44 miles per gallon, which would give the CR-V a leg up over it’s nearest competitor, the Toyota RAV4.3. It’s all-wheel-drive readyNot only does the new CR-V Hybrid have all-wheel drive capability, but it also comes standard. Here’s how it works: -A clutch activates and sends the electric motor’s force to the real wheels anytime a slip is recognized.4. New lookThe hybrid version of the CR-V has a different look than it’s non-hybrid counterpart.The unique features include:A blue Honda logo.Distinctive fog lights.Hidden rear exhaust pipe.New bumper style.5. Hybrid-specific displaysIn the interior of the CR-V hybrid, you’ll find a push-button shifter and a digital-gauge cluster that displays hybrid-specific information like brake regeneration and power flow.6. Safety firstSome of Honda’s safety features were optional add-ons. Now, they’re standard.This includes:Automated emergency braking.Lane-departure warning.Adaptive cruise control.Blind-spot monitoring.Lane-keeping assist.7. The price factorThe price for the 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid is expected to be similar to that of the Accord ($25,470, as well as a cost that’s about $1600 more than the non-hybrid version.Get your 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid onReady to experience the excitement of something NEW?The CR-V Hybrid may be just what you’re looking for. With its distinctive look, reasonable price, and standard safety features, you can’t go wrong.Come to Serra Honda and let’s talk!