Posted 28 August, 2019 at 12:27
Honda CR-V’s turn Rameder presents a towbar for hybrid and gasoline models
1996 was a promising year in many respects: the cloned sheep Dolly was born, the Spice Girls rose to fame and in Japan the Nintendo 64 and the first Honda CR-V generation were introduced. Next to Toyota, Honda is one of the SUV pioneers and is currently selling the fifth generation of its extremely popular and versatile vehicle, which is available with a gasoline or hybrid engine. But regardless of this: When equipped with the matching towbar from the European market leader Rameder, the vehicle literally surpasses itself and can tow an amazing two tons. The range for the second half of 2019 offers several interesting solutions.
In terms of performance, design and connectivity, the new Honda CR-V shines in all areas. Anyone wishing for more flexibility can simply upgrade the transport capacity of his SUV. At www.rameder.eu, Rameder’s online shop, you can now find towbars for the powerful vehicle. A rigid model is available as well as a detachable version – both with a 13-pole electrical kit. Whether for simple transport tasks, camping or the next boat tour: the maximum towing capacity of 2,000 kg, enables the Honda to tow various trailers safely and reliably.
Thanks to the relatively large vertical load of 100 kg, the Honda CR-V can become the perfect bike transporter if required. Other cars reach their limits with two bikes, whereas this Honda model can carry four bicycles easily. Even heavy e-bikes are child’s play for the towbar. However, you do need a suitable carrier system. Rameder offers many models which are especially suited for mounting on a towbar. After just a few simple steps and without too much effort required, you can go for spontaneous outdoor trips.
Regardless of which trip might be the next, in the well-arranged Rameder shop, everybody will find suitable accessories to make their compact SUV even more flexible.
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