Honda cuts £2000 off old CR-V
6 October 2006

Honda's new CR-V will arrive on British shores in January - so it's whacked two grand off the old model in the meantime.The next version of the Japanese firm's SUV was officially unveiled in Paris and it promises a more car-like driving experience. But the order books won't open in earnest until early next year and in a bid to shift the existing stock - still a reasonable contender in the category - all models (diesel and petrol) will benefit from a £2000 price cut. That takes the base model to just over £16,000, with the range-topping diesel 'Executive' model weighing in at £21,450.

The offer runs until the end of December - which should give Honda dealerships a few days to fill the showrooms with the new-for-2007 CR-V before it goes on sale...

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