The CR trim is track focused and it loses 100 lbs compared to the base model. The weight loss is achieved by removing the air conditioner, sound insulation, and using a removable aluminum hardtop rather than the power soft drop top found in the base models. The CR level also adds aerodynamic spoilers, dark gray wheels, wider rear tires, a tuned suspension, improved steering ratio, and a beefier exhaust note.
With the average price of a new car closing in on the $40,000 mark, used cars are making sense for more and more people. Honda used cars are among the hottest selling units in North America for many reasons. The primary reason that so many people want to buy a used Honda is that all Honda products are well built and have earned a reputation for long-term reliability. Then there is the matter of tech, safety, and comfort options available from the automaker. Rounding out the list is the excellent ride quality and engaging driving experience offered by many Honda used cars.
The upcoming 2019 Land Rover Range Rover P400e plug-in hybrid will be powered by a 4-cylinder engine. The 2.0l turbocharged unit should be capable of making 296 hp on its own. Thanks to a 114-horsepower electric motor and a 13.1 kWh battery pack, the net output should climb to a total of 398 horsepower and 472 lb-ft of torque.
Initially, the Germans will likely only offer conventional gasoline models, with a hybrid lurking around the corner. The GLE 550e plug-in hybrid currently makes 436 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque thanks to a 3.0L twin-turbo V6 mill and an electric motor. 21 mpg combined isn’t exactly leading the class in fuel economy, but the GLE 550e offers up to 19 miles of electric range as well.