2015 Honda CR-V AWD Touring Specs and Review


2015 Honda CR-V AWD Touring front viewAround the city, the CR-v has proven to be simple, but energetic performance focused on comfort and efficiency. Under the hood is a four-cylinder 2.4 litres “land of dreams” to 185 horsepower and 177 lb ft of torque. Dream Earth technology is Honda marketing – speak to a set of technologies, including low internal friction to improve the efficiency of the fuel, the i-VTEC variable valve, injection time was revised and straight.

Along with the dreams of the Earth machine a new transmission continuously variable (CVT) gearbox is only available in the year 2015, the CR-v. Fans tend to think (figurative) CVT as Continue Reading “2015 Honda CR-V AWD Touring Specs and Review”

2017 Honda Pilot Specs and Review


2017 Honda Pilot parkingWith plenty of space, versatile and even a bit inside off-road, 2017 Honda Pilot is interesting for several reasons. It is able to tow up to 5,000 pounds and comfortable to carry eight passengers, driver utility for almost all of the rules. Take the kids and go out relatively easy, and options, such as entertainment systems behind Blu-ray changed the way travel is easy. For day shifts, the cabin is silent and soft to make the pilot very livable. Despite all the virtues, the pilot is not perfect. Our top complaint, including system cruise control Adaptive safety, nine automatic transmission interface speeds fuss (but optional) and not-so-easy to use as information and entertainment. Small problem, however and not were sufficient to dampen the enthusiasm for this great Honda SUV. If you are in the market for a junction of three lines, I definitely recommend checking 2017 Honda Pilot.

Our recommendations for the pilot was EX-L levels is a good balance of features and price availability, but more important, it has a standard six-speed automatic transmission, we prefer Continue Reading “2017 Honda Pilot Specs and Review”

2015 Honda Civic Si Specs and Review


2015 Honda Civic Si redTHAT, on the other hand, is powered by an engine displacement, variant of high compression of the 2.4 liter engine i-VTEC Honda–the same block you will find the Honda CR-v, but with a different head port injection. Maximum output is expressed in 205 horsepower and 174 pound feet of torque. Like its predecessor, the engine i-VTEC used electronic control systems car variable valves and lift to synchronization to tune more aggressive at higher RPM. In older models, the dramatic transition. -There will be no power at low engine speeds and then suddenly the peak of around 6,000-5800 RPM torque… – 2.4-liters of this generation offers lower end torque than as soft transitions.

This transition is so subtle, in fact, that Honda decided to install light i-VTEC on the dashboard that lets drivers know that the VTEC has really kicked, I. Enhanced low torque more easily Continue Reading “2015 Honda Civic Si Specs and Review”