Honda CR-V post-facelift sales up

Better looks, better sales
May 17, 2010

TopGear.com.ph Philippines Car News - Honda CR-V sales up 

Its recent facelift may be telling its age but that doesn't mean that the Honda CR-V is past its prime as the compact crossover's sales have surged in the first four months of 2010.

Honda Cars Philippines said sales of the Honda CR-V reached 943 units from January to April, a 15-percent hike from sales posted in the same months last year.

Honda Cars Philippines introduced the Honda CR-V's new look in February, with the thorough upgrade changing its looks from that of a sporty crossover to that of a more urban-oriented vehicle.

The 2010 Honda CR-V's suspension has also been tweaked to make it more agile when tackling a corner while the additional soundproofing material makes for a more comfortable and serene ride.

Click this link to see the entire lineup of the new Honda CR-V available in the Philippines.

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