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Honda CRV with 1600cc Diesel kerb weight 1525 kg ?


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Posted 17 August 2012 - 12:46 AM

Can Honda pull up well with kerb weight of 1525 kg and 1600 cc diesel  , in comparison BMW  1500kg kerb weight is good with 2000cc diesel. ,
Is Honda going to be like another Ertiga Diesel ? Under powered ?
Wait to watch

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Posted 17 August 2012 - 11:18 PM

CRV isn't a MPV, It's a expensive SUV, so forget 1600 cc!
If It has to give tough fight to it's competitors like Fortuner, Pajaro & Endevour, It'll atleast need 2 & 3 lt. engine verients!

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 12:15 AM

Its going to be a Hi-performance next-gen Diesel engine, i guess.

If 2.2l VTT DiCOR can lug 2.5 tonne TATA Safari to clock sub 13s for 0-100kph, then I believe next-gen 1.6 Diesel to be a FE & performance king.
Still optimistic for Honda & its upcoming 'Dream Earth' diesel tech, until its under curtains.
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Posted 18 August 2012 - 12:20 AM

View Postdr_nishu, on 18 August 2012 - 12:15 AM, said:

Its going to be a Hi-performance next-gen Diesel engine, i guess.

If 2.2l VTT DiCOR can lug 2.5 tonne TATA Safari to clock sub 13s for 0-100kph, then I believe next-gen 1.6 Diesel to be a FE & performance king.
Still optimistic for Honda & its upcoming 'Dream Earth' diesel tech, until its under curtains.
According, to some experts, Pulling more power from small engine, causes more ammount of wear n' tear to engine, resulting shorter engine life & reduced Fuel economy after ageing!

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