2014 Honda Crider

The company Honda at the Auto Show in Shanghai unveiled its concept Crider. Honda’s Concept C (“Cool,” “Challenge,” “China”) was premiered last year at the Beijing Motor Show. The car looks quite ready for production, and should reach showrooms in May or June. Their place will be found between the Civic and Accord models. Production will take place in China, and the new model could be exported to several Asian markets, but so far no official confirmation.

2014 Honda Crider

2014 Honda Crider features

Before its release, however, were in the public appeared the first official images reveal that the production model (called the 2014 Honda Crider) is far less attractive than the concept. For the production of  2014 Honda Crider in China will take care of the Guangzhou-Honda. Model 2014 Honda Crider has dimensions length 4650 mm, width 1750 mm, height 1505 mm. When it comes to design, there are considerable large chrome grille, large headlights, equally large rear lights and chrome lines on the back. Like almost all Chinese cars, the wheels look too small.

2014 Honda Crider

The 2014 Honda Crider will be competitive with other models in its segment, such as the Citroen C4L and Wolkswagen Sagitar. Under the hood is a 1.8-liter engine mated to a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. There is speculation that the offer will a 2.0-liter engine but it is not yet certain.

The 2014 Honda Crider as noted below set model Honda Accord, Civic and above. This is a market segment that experienced a boom in China. The vehicle will be built in Guangzhou-Honda joint factory as well as a model Accord. Despite the fact that the company is not finalized any of its plans, plans to export this model 2014 Honda Crider exist.

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