Honda unveils CRV 2010

Honda unveils CRV 2010




Honda Cars Philippines today unveiled their latest SUV, the Honda CRV 2010 and even before it arrived, over 200 people have made reservations for the model.

And no, I’m not one of them.
honda crv 2010


 

The Honda CRV 2010 comes in 3 variants:

2.0 V MT 2WD – Php1,275,000
2.0 V AT 2WD – Php1,325,000
2.4 S-X AT 4WD – Php1,525,000
2.4 S-X AT 4WD – Php1,545,000 (Brilliant White Pearl)



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47 Responses

  1. Malato Dimayuga says:

    the 2010 tucson would whoop the 2010 CRV’s ass. Price, looks and value wise.

  2. Bogcess says:

    Whoa! Ang angas itsura! Grabe feeling ko mapapakuha ka rin nyan. Pang 201 ka. Haha!

  3. Francis says:

    i agree with Malato D.
    Can’t wait for the 2010 Tucson diesel 4×4! nice sleek new look and it has sunroof too!

  4. PowerTXT says:

    Mukhang FX. Sa Tucson pa rin ako!

  5. rsa1 says:

    yup it’s time for honda to rethink their car’s price tags. i also go for hyundai tucson…

  6. regsh says:

    Nothing comes close to the Tucson IX, CRV’s edge may be its fuel effieciency!

  7. rcsaint says:

    hmmmm…yawn….wats new?…boring…

  8. Eileen says:

    its another fast one for Honda, instant 200M
    but looks the same, i guess nothin special
    i would go for Subaru

  9. loadex says:

    Hindi ko pa kaya bumili SUV, pero I’ll go for a Tucson 2010. Less than 1M lang SUV na.

  10. braindead says:

    it looks almost the same as the previous one..

  11. Darren says:

    pretty UGLY

  12. arnold says:

    I agree…sa looks factor, Tucson looks better…way better…

    not really sure about the performance though…

  13. Jayson says:

    ano bang pinagbago nito sa luma? parang perehas lang eh. tucson looks better.

  14. william says:

    its just new, not all-new so obviously it looks the same. Looks wise hyundai tucson is better. but for resale and performance value, honda CRV is a better choice.

  15. xxm says:

    he he he, tucson believers, beware, its beauty is only skin deep, I would go for the CRV or the Montero or the Fortuner at any given time both for performance and resale value.

  16. tucson boy says:

    hahah sana makita nyo yung “confidential” daw na brochure ng Honda comparing the Montero at CRV. Ginagamit nila yun para ma convince yung montero buyers na mag switch sa CRV.

    Olats na yung CRV compared sa new tucson na 4×2 GLS price wise at feature wise. Difference na lang ay yung “Honda Prestige” na Honda is known for. Mga bibili siguro ng CRV eh yung mga die hard Honda fan boys.

  17. tucson boy says:

    @xxm

    hindi naman pwede i compare ung tucson sa montero/fortuner. Satisfied ako sa performance ng 4x2GLS na tucson, mas comfy yung ride sa Montero.

  18. iamupset says:

    I’m a big fan of the Honda cars, have the 1st (1998) and 2nd (2003) edition of the CRV. I still love driving my old CRV but now I am curious about the TUCSON, was planning to get the new CRV or a Ford Everest maybe I should take a look at this TUCSON, Korean cars seems to have steadily improved the quality and build of their cars maybe it’s time to check it out. Hope the price is as good as everyone says.

  19. Francis says:

    ang tagal kasi ma-release ang Tucson diesel, kainip!

  20. Jay says:

    ngek.. anong Bago? they just changed the date from 2009 to 2010. no major facelifts, recycled design.

  21. t says:

    lata – can ?

  22. buknoy says:

    new front grill and fogs…. + 100K higher price tag

    tsk tsk… tucson na!

  23. anonymous says:

    The only thing’s pretty is the word HONDA. it looks fresh but gets old just before the year ends. from inside to outside, Tucson 2010 is way way much better! tae ang CRV nyo. =)

  24. tucson boy says:

    Ginawang “Crossover” ng Honda yung CRV. Yun yung bago

  25. bansai says:

    Hyundai Tucson 2010 pa rin ako!!! The Safe, Reliable Midsize SUV

  26. jb says:

    old model na yan sa Japan.

  27. GMV says:

    Cosmetic changes lang… for the same price, I’d consider getting the Mazda CX-7, Subaru Forester or old reliables Mitsu Montero Sport or Toyota Fortuner instead

  28. william says:

    hintayin niyo lang, pag mabenta hyundai tucson, tataas din price yun. Just like what they did with hyundai getz before.

  29. Leo says:

    i still love the mid-00’s model. parang papangit ng papangit ang design ng CRV ah.

  30. powtato says:

    puro tucson biased ang mga tao ah, dapat may magazine na magcomparo ng lahat ng mga model para masaya.

  31. Batangueno says:

    My 3rd generation CRV is still the BEST.It’s reliable while gas comsumption is minimal.HONDA na kayo subok na matibay subok na matatag.

  32. IX says:

    OK sana ang price at looks ng Tucson kaso sobrang bagal, 150kph na maximum nya mabilis pa ang Vios

  33. Alexander says:

    Nagpareserve na ako ng Honda CRV 2010 2.4l Brilliant Pearl White…. Sa march 23, 2010 kona makukuha ang unit. I know na marami ang nagsasabi na pangit daw ang CRV, pero sa akin reliability at quality comes first kaya CRV ang napili ko. hehehehe…. PEACE

  34. Rhonda says:

    My husband drives a 2009 Honda Civic Facelift but I decided to get the Tucson 2010 model because of its fuel efficiency and sporty looks. I made a reservation yesterday for the 2010 GLS Tucson. Keeping my fingers crossed that I get the unit by next month

  35. adam says:

    I prefer the Nissan X-Trail than this CRV model. The grill does not look good in my point of view.

  36. arlyn perez says:

    nice comments guys,,atleast nakakakuha ako ng idea about tucson hyundai and honda crv..

  37. lloyd says:

    mag tucson na kau mas okey kaysa crv montero 4tuner

  38. ian says:

    ok sana ang tucson..pero dumarami na ang mga issues na naririnig ko regarding it…like stalling…i think CRV remains the better choice when it comes to reliability

  39. pedaltothemetal says:

    nde porket bago ok.. let’s see s coming year reliability yn CRDI version how much you’ll spend fixing it. if you can still call it a bargain. watch out for cheaply retailed diesel because it will cost you more.. petrol still cheaper to miantain and very reliable

  40. mackakuy says:

    1 week old na 2010 CRV ko at di ako nagsisisi dahil napakaganda ng performace, pati interior and exterior..iba talaga quality ang honda…about tucson naman, nagsisisi ung frend ko kasi brand new rin tucson nya pero dami na agad defects…nakikipagaway na sya sa dealer nya ayaw kasi ireplace…tsk tsk…when it comes to reliability and high re-sale value HONDA na…wag papatangay sa hype about tucson etc..tested na ang honda repapips..(2nd honda car ko na to):)

  41. Daniel says:

    Ang yayabang ng mga nagcomment, Bilib na Bilib sa tuscon. Kung tutuusin walang binatbat sa overall performance yang tuscon sa crv. We own a crv and no complains about it. Sa looks nman mga tanga ang nagsasabing pangit itsura ng crv, ndi marunong tumingin ng auto. Gandang Ganda sa tuscon porket new model, parang fake na sapatos galing greenhills lang yan. Trying hard. Saka papakainin lng ng alikabok ng crv yang tuscon hahaha.. Wag ikumpara ang I-VTEC sa crdi engine. I-VTEC is top class

  42. Joven says:

    Statistic says Honda CRV is the most reliable SUV in the world… ??? Aint that some achievment for Honda!! Although i drive around in my Nissan Patrol , i would like to test-ride a Honda CRV 4WD for a change…

  43. HONDA is still the best

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  45. ed says:

    My 1st gen (2000) honda crv has gone over 120,000 kms and it is still running smoothly. It is being used everyday, and i’m not disposing it yet because it is still functioning well. Am waiting for the 2013 honda crv, and maybe i’ll give my 1st gen a rest.

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