If safety is your concern, the Honda CR-V might literally be your safe bet. Bad puns aside, the awards that the Honda CR-V has released is a testament to its safety credentials.
The all-new CR-V received two distinguished safety–related awards at the ASEAN NCAP (ASEAN New Car Assessment Program) Grand Prix Awards 2018, which took place in Karawang, Indonesia. The Honda CR–V won the “Best SUV Car” in Child Occupant Protection (COP) and the “ASEAN NCAP Excellent Award – Consistent 5 Star.“
The 5th generation Honda CR–V, which has been awarded a 5–Star ASEAN NCAP safety rating, was selected as the safest car in the SUV car category in Child Occupant Protection (COP). The all–new CR–V made its ASEAN debut in Thailand in March 2017 and has since expanded sales to eight other countries, with over 70,000 units sold across the region. The model has received several prestigious awards in ASEAN countries such as:
The CR–V also won the “ASEAN NCAP Excellent Award – Consistent 5 Star” for its excellence and continuous 5–Star ASEAN NCAP safety rating for both the 4th and 5th generation of this popular and well–accepted SUV model.
Additionally, the Honda CR-V 1.6 SX AWD comes with Honda Sensing, which is the brand’s suite of driver safety and convenience features, ranging from Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow, Road Departure Mitigation, Lane Keeping Assist, Collision Mitigation Braking System, just to name a few.
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