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Old 12-27-2007, 12:40 PM
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I found mention of this vehicle on a Swedish Honda site, and I have never heard of it. The Honda FR-V is a 6 passenger MPV (multi purpose vehicle) offered in Europe. It appears to be sized somewhere between a Fit and an Ody, but a lot closer to the Fit.

Neat looking car. Here is a review:

http://fifthgear.five.tv/jsp/5gmain....n=Honda%20FR-V

Here is the Swedish Honda site:

http://www.honda.se/sw14876.asp
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Old 12-31-2007, 07:41 PM
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I found mention of this vehicle on a Swedish Honda site, and I have never heard of it. The Honda FR-V is a 6 passenger MPV (multi purpose vehicle) offered in Europe. It appears to be sized somewhere between a Fit and an Ody, but a lot closer to the Fit.

Neat looking car. Here is a review:

http://fifthgear.five.tv/jsp/5gmain....n=Honda%20FR-V

Here is the Swedish Honda site:

http://www.honda.se/sw14876.asp

The Fr-v was introuced in 2004....also known as the Edix in Japan.
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Default CDTI Engine

I wonder if the 2.2 liter diesel in this will be the one they choose to put into the next Accord. There has been talk about diesels for the Accord instead of the hybrid, and a larger diesel for the Pilot and Ridgeline. I am hoping for a 3.0 or 3.2 liter turbo diesel for the Ridgeline. Should be around 220 hp and 370+ ft/lb torque. With Honda's electronic engine management skills, an engine like this should give near 30 mpg highway unloaded and still have a good tow rating and passing power. Nice enough to easily pull a normal-size (18 - 22 ft.) boat.
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Old 03-28-2008, 10:26 AM
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I could almost see this as a replacement for my Element. It looks like the interior does a lot of neat tricks, and it seats 6. Drew
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Old 03-28-2008, 03:01 PM
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I still like the unique shape and design of my E!!!!!
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Old 03-28-2008, 03:39 PM
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Oh I agree with you! Like I said, almost. Plus I find the E the easiest vehicle to get in and out of, and that is the biggest plus of the E for me. Drew
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I could almost see this as a replacement for my Element. It looks like the interior does a lot of neat tricks, and it seats 6. Drew
I think that it would be a great compliment to an 'E', but let's not use that replacement word!

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still like the unique shape and design of my !! i never of
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Old 07-17-2020, 07:15 AM
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I had a Honda FR-V, it's a good car. Especially if you have a big family, this option is one of the best. By the way, I came across a good website and want to recommend it. I checked car history before buying there, it works perfectly. Just have a look https://www.quickrevs.com.au/ppsr-check

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