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Honda CR-V 4. gen. (2012- )
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Posted 01 October 2014 - 12:10
Honda će predstaviti tri nova snažna motora automobila na Paris Motor Show-u iz serije Earth Dreams Technology! Najnoviji model CR-V imat će 1.6l DTEC dizelski motor koji generira 160KS i 350Nm te s fantastičnim devet stupanjskim automatskim mjenjačem poboljšava ekonomičnost i smanjuje štetne emisije plinova. Benzinski 1.5 i-VTEC i dizelski 1.6 i-DTEC motor bit će dio novog Small SUV-a, dok je novost Jazz modela novi benzinski 1.3 i-VTEC motor. Koja mašina bi vas zadovoljila?
Posted 23 October 2014 - 19:52
Posted 30 October 2014 - 09:04
Honda's Official response
"Honda’s AWD system uses a compact, lightweight and fuel efficient rear differential. Due to this construction, certain torque limits are set to enable the unit to perform effectively in real world conditions, while not exceeding the overall strength of the unit.
In real world conditions, regardless of the surface, some amount of friction is available to both front and rear wheels. The AWD system allocates driving torque to the front and rear wheels in order to achieve the best possible driving force, whilst keeping within the torque limits of the rear differential.
In the roller test shown this time, the front wheels have zero friction and the rear wheels have unlimited grip, therefore if all available torque required to move the vehicle uphill was transferred to the rear differential, the torque limit of the unit would be exceeded. Because the torque is limited as described above, the vehicle will not climb the slope in this test condition.
If the vehicle is continued to operate in this condition (front wheels spinning and rear wheels stationary) after some time the system detects high slip and reduces the available torque to the rear wheels to prevent overheating and therefore the vehicle moves back down the slope.
Again, in real world conditions, this situation is highly unlikely. Normally front and rear wheels will be spinning to a similar degree, therefore front or rear slip is small and overheat protection will not be required.
Therefore our opinion is that the CR-V Realtime AWD system performance cannot be verified using this type of test and the result is as expected from the system. However as we demonstrated on 26th March 2013 at Harads together with Teknikens Värld, the actual performance of the system in real world conditions was “very effective”."
Posted 01 November 2014 - 21:28
Kuga je ipak riješila to bez problema, tako da ovo ispada čista diplomacija. Ne smije CR-V biti među skupljima u klasi a dopustiti si ovako nešto. Živo me zanima kako bi CX-5 riješila to.
Posted 02 November 2014 - 12:05
Na pola tih SUV tj. đipova taj pogon ne radi kako treba, koliko sam gledao na youtube subaru je najbolji za to, ovu drugi tako, tako, ali SUV ionako nikad bi kupio, tako da......
Posted 02 November 2014 - 15:22
Pa ta SUV vozila uopce nemaju špere za razliku od Subarua koji ih ima 1-2 ili čak 3 ovisno o modelu...
Posted 02 November 2014 - 16:50
Jedan stari test, gdje Subaru dominira, makar ti novi SUV-ovi se ni ne reklamiraju ko terenci. Trebali su staviti u njega SH-AWD koji je dosta hvaljen.
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