2017 Toronto AutoShow. Honda Premieres

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 9:00:00 PM

Three Honda premieres at the 2017 Canadian International Auto Show (CIAS) in Toronto: 2017 Honda CR-V, The All-New 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan and Honda Civic Type R Prototype concept

All-New 2018 Honda Odyssey
The all-new 2018 Odyssey makes its Canadian debut at the Canadian International Auto Show. Launching at dealerships nationwide this spring, the completely redesigned Odyssey will feature new powertrain technology, sophisticated styling and showcase a new innovative features, making it the ultimate in family-friendly design and packaging.

Honda CR-V

In an exclusive reveal in Toronto, Honda showed off its new fifth-generation CR-V. 2017 CR-V shows more performance and space, better ride comfort, new and improved safety features, and more fuel efficiency. The 2017 model will build off an already successful 2016 version.
The Honda CR-V will be assembled in Alliston, Ontario, plant in Canada. The 2017 Honda CR-V goes on sale in late December 2017. The base front-wheel-drive CR-V LX starting price is $26,690, while the top of the line model is the AWD Touring with a price tag of $38,090.

Two out of four 2017 Honda models, a CR-V SUV and Odyssey minivan, were named as Best Family Cars of 2017 by a experts during Kelley Blue Book. The main features that are especially good in these cars are safety, comfort and convenience, load versatility, technologies, rear-facing and forward-facing child reserve automobile seats. Value and reputation also considered.

Honda Civic Type R Prototype

The radical Honda Civic Type R Prototype builds on the low and wide proportion of the new Civic Hatchback and is enhanced by muscular body styling and modifications to aid aerodynamic performance.
The exterior is wrapped in a highly reflective, finely-grained brushed aluminum-effect finish, which is unique to the prototype car.
At the front, the aggressive fascia is accentuated with a winged carbon fiber splitter and sporty red accent line. Additional slatted ducts add width to the fascia, and diamond-mesh inserts fill the sculpted air intakes.

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