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Your 10 Reasons to Buy the Honda CR-V 2017

If you were to buy the new Honda CR-V 2017 model, do that for one (or more) of the following reasons.

The first in the 5th generation of the Honda CR-V, the 2017 model has been winning hearts and breaking grounds.

Thanks to the good chaps at Honda UAE, I managed to briefly test-drive the 2017 CR-V Touring.
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Used Cars in UAE, facts and figures

Cars in UAE enjoy a very lucrative and dynamic marketplace, both on the demand and supply level, when compared with any other country in the world.

For example, used cars in UAE are generally much more expensive than used cars in Latin America, Asia, and Africa.

A report by auto marketplace Carmudi.com, revealed that used cars in UAE cost an average of AED 90,000 ($24,500), more than other cars in other markets.

The report also revealed that car owners in the UAE generally change their car three times more their peers living in other places of the world.
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Your 10 Reasons To Buy a Honda CRV 2015

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The 2015 Honda CRV has not undergone a complete makeover. Yet this year’s refresh has been so significant that the CR-V has garnered rave reviews. The 2015 edition has been ranked Number One among Affordable Compact SUVs by US News and World Reports.

Motor Trend has chosen the Honda CRV 2015 to be their Number One SUV of the year as well. It had to be real tough to make it to the top of a list that includes 21 world-renowned competitors.

Why buy a Honda CRV 2015? What makes this one so special? Well, the new Honda CR-V offers a winning combination that adds up to a good buy, whether you opt for the well-equipped Base edition or the Touring trim.
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Fuel Economy

Top 5 Eco-Friendly Car Manufacturers in 2011

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The ice in the Arctic Circle is melting faster than ever; so much so that new shipping lanes are now consistently open, even into the winter months when they should be frozen solid. The New York Times indicated that there is 40% less ice in the Arctic Circle in 2011 than normal. These indicators point to our excessive production of carbon dioxide.
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