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Re: CR-V Hybrid    (Score: 1, Normal) 11-26-2018 15:24
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MSZ wrote:
JeffX wrote:
MSZ wrote:
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danielgr wrote:
ozzymir wrote:
I was hoping CR-V will offer similar power as the Hybrid Accord. They just had to make it little bit underpowered again.

I'm not sure about what you meant...
The CR-V system is pretty much identical to the one in the Accord...



It is interesting that Car magazine mentions a total system output of 181hp for the CR-V Hybrid, because I just skimmed through Honda Europe's press materials,and they don't seem to quote a system output for the CR-V Hybrid's 2.0 iMMD system. It shows the same discrete specs for the motor (181hp) and engine (143hp) as the Accord Hybrid. But in the US Specs, Honda lists a system output of 212hp for the Accord Hybrid.



The JDM CRV Hybrid is rated 184ps for the motor, and 145ps for the enginefor both FF and AWD models. I don't see the EUDM is any different.




oops, accidentally responded as an "edit" to your post initially.

yes, english hp vs metric hp. Same rating. Interesting that they don't provide a "combined" output for EU spec. Would be 215ps. Is it listed for Japanese spec?



I don't think the Japanese manufacturers ever listed combined output numbers. Obviously the CRV wasn't.



well, it is a bit confusing. And the bottom line is that this appears to be the exact same powertrain that's found in the Accord Hybrid.

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Re: CR-V Hybrid    (Score: 1, Normal) 11-26-2018 20:40
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Shock, horror, a pretty complimentary review https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/honda/cr-v-suv/

And the way in which it switches between driving modes based on the way you drive it is seamless. When pootling around town you'll find yourself in EV mode more than you might think, meaning you can coast around in silence.

This has benefits in that it's incredibly quiet and eco-friendly in urban areas, but you may also find yourself surprising a few pedestrians in built-up areas. When the engine does fire into life to send charge to the battery, it does so very quietly.

You'll find yourself in Hybrid Drive most of the time - be it in town or on faster roads away from urban areas, where the engine and electric motors are working together. But unlike many hybrid cars with CVT transmissions, the CR-V's set-up affords it a very hushed driving experience.




He wrote:

"Floor the throttle and there's a short wait while the powertrain seems to slowly build itself up to surge forwards, but it does so incredibly smoothly, and in a much quieter fashion than the petrol CR-V with a CVT"

Huh?

The iMMD platform's throttle response is immediate. It's greatest strength is the 0-10 mph dash, just like a diesel.

I wonder if he made those impressions with a very low battery charge? That's the only time you have to "wait" for the ICE to wind up.

Or perhaps he was driving it in ECO mode.



TonyEX
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Re: CR-V Hybrid    (Score: 1, Normal) 11-26-2018 20:44
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well, it is a bit confusing. And the bottom line is that this appears to be the exact same powertrain that's found in the Accord Hybrid.



Nope, see my post below... if you drive it in ECO mode and/or a very low charged battery then you don't get the oomph right off the line and you have to wait until the ICE speeds up.

Of course, the AWD might load up the drive train a bit, but it should not modify the throttle response, specially for the front end.

Blame his review on his ignorance... for some cars you gotta RTFM.

DrS2k
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Re: CR-V Hybrid    (Score: 1, Normal) 11-28-2018 12:57
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https://www.honda.co.uk/cars/new/cr-v-hybrid/specifications.html

Impressive specs from the UK site.

danielgr
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Re: CR-V Hybrid    (Score: 1, Normal) 11-29-2018 07:26
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JeffX wrote:
MSZ wrote:
JeffX wrote:
MSZ wrote:
JeffX wrote:
danielgr wrote:
ozzymir wrote:
I was hoping CR-V will offer similar power as the Hybrid Accord. They just had to make it little bit underpowered again.

I'm not sure about what you meant...
The CR-V system is pretty much identical to the one in the Accord...



It is interesting that Car magazine mentions a total system output of 181hp for the CR-V Hybrid, because I just skimmed through Honda Europe's press materials,and they don't seem to quote a system output for the CR-V Hybrid's 2.0 iMMD system. It shows the same discrete specs for the motor (181hp) and engine (143hp) as the Accord Hybrid. But in the US Specs, Honda lists a system output of 212hp for the Accord Hybrid.



The JDM CRV Hybrid is rated 184ps for the motor, and 145ps for the enginefor both FF and AWD models. I don't see the EUDM is any different.




oops, accidentally responded as an "edit" to your post initially.

yes, english hp vs metric hp. Same rating. Interesting that they don't provide a "combined" output for EU spec. Would be 215ps. Is it listed for Japanese spec?



I don't think the Japanese manufacturers ever listed combined output numbers. Obviously the CRV wasn't.



well, it is a bit confusing. And the bottom line is that this appears to be the exact same powertrain that's found in the Accord Hybrid.


As said above, Europe and Japan do not quote the "combined output", and myself I've never been sure of what it means.

Either way, the engines are the same (minus whatever tiny difference it makes for homologation in different countries).


 
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