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News: HONDA LAUNCHES SPECIAL EDITION CR-V S PLUS

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Honda UK has shared with MotorMartin recently news of a new variant to their popular CR-V line up. Expected to arrive in dealer showrooms from the start of November, the S Plus special edition will offer customers additional features and styling for less.

On top of the standard features, the S Plus has a dynamic and stylish appearance with the following new exterior features; body coloured front and rear aero bumpers, tailgate spoiler and stylish running boards, giving the S Plus a sporty but yet mature look.

Based on the S Navi grade, Honda have explained to MotorMartin that the new S Plus model includes the following as standard; climate control dual auto A/C, cruise control, Bluetooth® hands free telephone (HFT) system, reversing camera, city brake active system and HONDA Connect™ in-car audio and information system with Garmin navigation. The S Plus is available in both 2.0 petrol and 1.6 diesel engine in two wheel drive and manual transmission.

Available in White Orchid Pearl, Crystal Black Pearl, Polished Metal Metallic and Passion Red Pearl, the S Plus petrol model will be priced at £23,500, with the diesel model priced at £24,500. Both of the stated prices include a saving offer of £3,000. PCP monthly price plan for petrol is 36 instalments of £299 and £309 for diesel.

Dave Hodgetts, managing director of Honda UK commented to MotorMartin recently that; “This special edition CR-V is a fantastic addition to the world’s bestselling SUV line up, and will make for a great ending to 2017 for Honda in the UK. The S Plus provides customers with approximately £1,500 of features for free, aligning with Honda’s objective of supplying products of the highest quality, at a reasonable price for utmost customer satisfaction.”

Looks like another great edition to me.

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