Real vehicle exposure of the brand-new SUV of Guangqi Honda under the English name BREEZE

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 Real vehicle exposure of the brand-new SUV of Guangqi Honda under the English name BREEZE


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[New vehicle declaration information

1. Body size:

The length, width and height of the new car are 4634, 1855 and 1679 mm respectively, and the wheelbase is 2661 M. The new car is equipped with 235/65R17104H and 235/55R19101Y wheels.

2. Dynamic parameters:

The new car is equipped with a 1.5T Honda engine (tail label 240 TURBO) with 1498ml displacement and 142kW maximum power, which meets the GB18352.6-2016 national VI emission standard, while the fuel consumption declared values are 6.6L/100km (reserve quality 1530kg), 6.7L/100km (reserve quality 1548kg), 7.3L/100km (reserve quality 1659kg).

3. Exterior decoration:

u00b7 Low-fitting models: panoramic skylights are optional;

4. Name guess:

According to the declaration chart, the tail of the new car is marked BREEZE, and its Chinese name has not yet been published. Guangzhou Automobile Honda also announced that the Chinese name of the new model will be officially unveiled on August 26.

[Editorial Review

The official positioning of the new car is a new intermediate SUV, which is between Guandao and Yizhi. It has strategic significance to improve the Guangzhou Auto Honda SUV matrix. At the same time, the new car is built on Hondas mature SUV platform, using Hondas latest family design language. Overall, it is worth looking forward to.

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