Tue | Sep 19, 2017

Highlights from the 2018 Honda CR-V launch

Published:Sunday | September 10, 2017 | 9:00 AM
Vasil Lee, Head of Business, (left) and Jhanelle Wagstaffe, Sales Controller, Honda Jamaica (second right) are flanked by their Sales Team in front of the all-new 2018 Honda CR-V.
featuring a 7 inch display audio touch screen, this touch panel gives you access to the audio system’s controls, equalizer, USB Audio Interface and Bluetooth Hands Free Link.
the Honda CR-V seen here in burnt orange now features LED headlights.
Honda Jamaica, Sales Executive Jason Green describes the new features of the exterior on the redesigned all-new 2018 Honda CR-V with distinct chrome blade which comes standard on all models
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The 2018 Honda CR-V, recently launched at Honda's showroom on Hagley Park Road, St Andrew, has been redesigned with the consumer in mind. Honda Jamaica is quick to emphasise the improvements on the new model while keeping the audience in suspense before revealing the vehicle.

"[It has] more space for you to fill it with whatever you need it to have. More features for added convenience like power-sliding seats and an automatic power-tailgate. More safety features like a multi angle rearview camera," said Jason Green, Honda Jamaica sales executive.

The event also represented a milestone for the ATL Automotive Group, the local Honda dealers. The company used the opportunity to reminisce on the many improvements it has made over the years. "We have our brand-new stand-alone showroom in Montego Bay, boasting 3,000 sq feet and a six-car display that serves the north coast," Green added.

The two-wheel drive version of the vehicle starts at $5.85 million while the all-wheel-drive version will go for $6.95million.