Related Articles:

  • Beginner Motorcycles

  • Getting Trained

  • What bike do I get and what do I wear?

  • Motorcycle Road Tests

  • Tips in Preventing Motorcycle Injuries

  • The Best Choices in Buying your Dream Motorcycle

  • Necessity of Motorcycle Parts

  • Keeping Used Motorcycle Parts As Good As New
  • Articles

    Honda CRV Review

    Compact Recreational Vehicle. This is the name which has given the acronym CR-V to one of Honda's most popular releases. And it is, indeed, both compact and fun to drive. For the past decade, the Honda CR-V has proved to be a reliable family car: affordable, spacious, without appearing too large, and, best of all, safe. The new, 2007 model, however, is taking these features to new lengths.

    The CR-V 2007 is slightly wider and lower than its predecessor, which gives it an extra touch of stability in turns, and also shorter, mainly because the spare wheel is no longer attached to the back, as in the previous two generations. The standard safety equipment included in the car is amazing: Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure on the front end, a total of six airbags (dual-stage, dual-threshold front airbags, front side airbags with passenger-side occupant position detection system, side curtain airbags with rollover sensor), active front-seat head restraints, stability control system, ABS, break assist, Tire Pressure Monitoring System. This model has received a 5-star frontal and side impact rating from the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This functionality-oriented crossover SUV has four doors and five seats, including a fold-and-tumble rear seat which can easily be adjusted to hold two child seats, for that ever-expending family. All the seats are equipped with three-point seatbelts. The 166-hp, 2.

    4-liter, 16-valve DOHC i-VTEC 4 cilinder engine (10 hp more than the 2006 model), five speed automatic transmission, the MacPherson strut front suspension handles, the traction-enhancing Real Time 4-wheel drive, the Drive-by-wire throttle system, are all features which add up to ensure an increased sense of stability, while offering, at the same time, an amazing driving experience. As Honda has already accustomed us to, the CR-V 2007 allows for reduced emissions, fuel economy and noise reduction, thanks to its trademark variable valve timing and lift electronic control, i-VTEC, and to its aerodynamic design. Customers can choose from three models: the LX, the EX and the EX-L.

    For those in search of a more stylish look, the EX-L is the best choice, thanks to its leather trimmed seats and its optional navigation system equipped with a rear view video camera. The model comes in 10 colors, from the Taffeta White to the Nighthawk Black Pearl, to suite any driver's preferences and personality. Although its competition, such as the Toyota RAV4, the Mazda CX-7 or the Hyundai Tucson, may offer either more space, a better driving experience or lower prices, Honda CR-V, especially the 2007 model, remains a top choice of the customers in search of all these features and extra safety guarantees.

    Learn more about the 2007 Honda CR-V and other Hondas such as the 2007 Honda Accord and the 2007 Honda S2000


    Body Kits To Customize Your Car - For some people, customizing their cars is one of the best ways to make their vehicle look and stand out from the rest of the machines out in the highway as well as in the parking lot.

    What You Need To Know When Buying New Rims - Shopping for new wheels can either be a frustrating experience or it can be rewarding one.

    The Hummer A Real Hummer Or Just Another SUV - The Hummer is beyond any doubt the the world's most recognizable off-road vehicle and it is astounding to find that a vehicle produced for military use back in the 1980s now has an escalating world-wide following in its 3 civilian versions.

    Ford Explorer Review - Recently I have tested the new Ford Explorer 2006 RSC Advanced Trail.

    Getting The Most Money For Your Used Trucks And Trailers - Whether you're an O/O or running a small fleet, your main focus should be putting miles on your truck so you can keep the revenue flowing.


    © Copyright 2010 All rights reserved.
    Unauthorized duplication in part or whole strictly prohibited by international copyright law.