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2012 Honda CRV accessory part review
There are mini SUVs, and then there is the all-new 2012 Honda CRV. Built on the chassis of a Honda Accord, the CRV has achieved a prominent position in the class of mini SUVs and has become Honda's most popular vehicle among consumers over the last 12 months. The 2012 Honda CRV performance is better than ever for zooming around town or through the hills. What's more, with a number of available CRV accessories and CRV parts to enhance functionality, this car is as fun as it is practical. We hope you find our CRV review helpful in your quest to learn more about the car. Dig in!
Everything about the Honda Civic begins under the hood, with the car's engine. The CRV is powered by a 2.4-liter i-VTEC inline four that delivers 162 horsepower and 162 pounds-per-foot of torque, with more than adequate power. CRV transmissions are pretty remarkable, too. Thanks to a MacPherson strut front suspension, along with a double-wishbone setup in the rear, the CRV also boasts superior handling. Finally, with available CRV accessories such as aluminum wheels and performance package, the CRV boasts some of the best fuel efficiency on the road today. For a mini SUV, this is unprecedented. It's no wonder every Honda CRV review is so positive. Just by looking at the 2012 Honda CRV picture you can see that this car is different. Standard exterior and interior features on the vehicle include:
Some CRV models add keyless entry, alloy wheels, a moonroof and privacy glass. For a little extra money, every one offers a number of available CRV accessories, such as cargo nets and roof racks, to name a few. These CRV parts are what set this mini SUV apart from others in its class.
Finally, the CRV is safe. Between the car's pretensioning seatbelts, Second Generation airbags, front and rear crumple zones, and side-impact door beams, CRV passengers are among some of the safest on the road. With additional safety features like CRV accessories for the front grille, you can get extra protection against a head-on collision. To learn about this, or to read some of the latest news about these models, please check back with our CRV review again soon, as we update our site every month. To make the CRV part of your life, act today!