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Test Drive the All New CR-V, when the car Urban to play ground

With the look of a smooth and modern nuances, making all eyes turn when the All New Honda CR-V urban crossed his fate would have been Honda’s flagship SUV. But what if invited to play dirty-dirt ground?

All New Honda CR-V car is urban, but has specifications and dimensions, as well as many of its features that can be used when browsing non-asphalt track.

Features Grade Logic Control and Shift Hold Control

Both of these features have a function to set an efficient tooth movement, either at the ramp or slope, also assisted with Shift Hold Control, which minimizes the excessive gear changes via a winding road.

While trying to cross the street with ground level with little rise and fall, is at work, these two features was not felt. It’s just that, the effect is, cars do not need excessive accelerates uphill and the engine does not roar when road conditions decline.

With smart, understands the willingness riders such transmission adapted to the conditions and contours of the road facing. Thus, the All New CR-V free to climb and downhill, although on the track ground though.

Features Hill Start Assist

All New Honda CR-V is also equipped with Hill Start Assist feature that has a function that does not hold the car slid backwards when stopped on a hill. The system works by maintaining brake pressure, although the brake pedal is released. As a result, the car will not retreat before the gas pedal is pressed.

When trying to use one, this feature works well and is really easy rider, even though the driver was new, because it does not create a panic when it comes to a sudden stop on a hill.

When I was in the middle of the ramp, the car braked to a stop trying. Then, release the brake pedal. And sure enough, the car stopped and slid backwards, until then stepped back on the gas pedal and drove the car back up.

Features Motion Adaptive EPS & Vehicle Stability Assist

This feature serves to help the driver control the vehicle and detects the occurrence of symptoms of oversteer and understeer when in a corner or slippery road surfaces.

Well, coincidentally crossed surface slightly wet from rain washed. Slick? of course! Therefore, this is a good time to test the function of this feature.

Indeed, when crossing the surface of the soil is wet, the symptoms still felt the car slip, although not until the troublesome driver. Unfortunately, the steering wheel All New CR-V feels heavy, it could be due to the application of a rim diameter of 18 inches.

Engines 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC + DBW

About the performance, All New CR-V equipped with i-VTEC engine technology, with a capacity of 2.4L 4-cylinder, DOHC + DBW. This engine can generate power reaching 190 PS and 222 NM torque.

Thus, when it had to face a hilly road, it seems like there is no significant constraint. Car power is quite time should rise. Although to get instant power when you want to climb, gas pedal should kick-down, because if not, the new power was fully charged when the engine speed above 2000 RPM.

So, in conclusion, although presented as an urban car urban, All New CR-V not only have to be on the road you know, because Honda’s flagship SUV was not allergic to play with dirt. While it is, you must be willing to accept the risk thereafter, wash the car in order to re-greasy!