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Crossover Honda CR-V AWD 2014 failed test

Crossover Honda CR-V AWD 2014 failed test

Crossover Honda CR-V AWD 2014 failed test

All-wheel drive Crossover Honda CR-V AWD 2014 does not work properly when the front wheel is no adhesion to the road surface. In this situation, the electronics do not throw the torque to the rear wheels and as a result the machine can not move. This is the conclusion of the Swedish journalists edition Teknikens Värld, published a video test Crossover Honda CR-V AWD 2014.

The 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee failed the “elk test” magazine Teknikens Värld – car got on two wheels and nearly overturned. In response to this concern Chrysler said that the car was overloaded and asked to repeat the test, but not exceeding the maximum permissible weight limit specified in the instruction manual. Back in the 11 races experts magazine failed to repeat the situation, when the car gets up on two wheels.

According to the journalists, version Crossover Honda CR-V AWD 2013, which took the same test a year ago, had a similar problem. Then the representatives of the company explained that the large difference in the coefficient of adhesion of the front and rear wheels (front are on casters, and rear – on the friction surfaces) Electronics does not connect the rear axle, for fear of possible overheating of the clutch wheel drive system.

Crossover Honda CR-V AWD 2014 failed test

Subsequently, the company still held in Sweden service campaign, reprogramming the control electronics wheel drive, which eliminated the crossover is a similar problem. Now, after the model update Crossover Honda CR-V AWD 2014, the situation repeated itself.

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