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Honda CR-V History

Honda first started manufacturing the CR-V in 1995. CR-V stands for Compact Recreational Vehicle and it uses the Honda Civic platform. Honda has manufactured the CR-V in Japan, United Kingdom, Mexico, Canada, China and the United States. The CR-V engine is transversely front mounted and come in front wheel drive and all-wheel drive.

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First Generation (1995–2001)

The Honda CR-V first debuted as a concept car in Japan in 1995. You had a choice of drivetrains: front wheel drive or all wheel drive. This generation of CR-V included either a 2.0L B20B I4 engine or a 2.0L B20Z I4 engine. Transmissions available were either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic. The first generation lasted from 1995 until 2001.

Second Generation (2002–2006)

The second generation of the Honda CR-V was heavier and larger than the original first generation model. It also included a new engine i-VEC system which produced the same mileage rating as the smaller previous engines. The CR-V was named Best Small SUB in 2002 and 2003. This second generation CR-V was very successful for Honda and helped start the new Honda SUV called the Element. Engines available in the second generation were 2.0L I4 K20A1, 2.0L I4 K20A4, 2.2L turbodiesel I4 N22A2 and a 2.4L I4 K23A2. Transmissions available consisted of a 5-speed manual, a 6-speed manual, a 4-speed automatic and a 5-speed automatic. The second generation lasted from 2002 until 2006.

Third Generation (2007–2011)

The third generation Honda CR-V was offered in the 2007 model year, but was manufactured in 2006. The rear door was changed to a lift gate style which did not carry the spare tire. Also Honda’s K-series 2.4L I4, which was also used in the Honda Accord and Honda Element, was also introduced in the CR-V. Also introduced in this third generation CR-V was a 2.2L i-CTDI diesel engine. The third generation lasted from 2007 until 2011.

Fourth Generation (2012–2016)

The Los Angeles auto show and the Orange County International auto show hosted the 2012 Honda CR-V concept vehicle in 2011. It had a 2.4L i-VTEC I4 engine with 185 horsepower and 162 lb-ft of torque. The fourth generation lasted from 2012 until 2016.

Fifth Generation (2016–present)

The fifth generation had two gasoline engines: 2.4L I4 and a 1.5L I4 turbo and one diesel engine: a 1.6L I4 turbo diesel. The fifth generation lasted from 2016 until present.

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