Honda CR-V Vs Abarth Punto comparison

Honda CR-V
2.0L 2WD CVT Petrol
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Abarth Punto
On Road Price
New Delhi
₹ 33.58 Lakh
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₹ 10.77 Lakh
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Compare Honda CR-V and Abarth Punto

Trying to figure out which of these cars to buy? Compare the Honda CR-V Vs Abarth Punto on CarandBike to make an informed buying decision as to which car to buy in 2019. This comparison has been carried out on the basis of prices, engine specifications, mileage, and features of these cars.

Compare Price

The ex-showroom, New Delhi price of the Petrol Honda CR-V starts at ₹ 33.6 Lakh. The base Diesel version of the Honda CR-V costs ₹ 36.43 Lakh, whereas the Honda CR-V Diesel top-end costs ₹ 38.91 Lakh. On the other hand, the price of the base Petrol version of the Abarth Punto starts at ₹ 10.86 Lakh.

Compare Mileage

As for the claimed fuel efficiency, the Honda CR-V base Petrol engine returns 14 kmpl, whereas the base diesel returns 18 kmpl. The Abarth Punto base Petrol returns 16 kmpl.

Compare Engine

In the powertrain department, the Honda CR-V gets 154 bhp Petrol engine and 120 bhp Diesel engine, whereas the Abarth Punto comes in 145 bhp Petrol engine.

Engine Type 4 Cylinder I-VTEC1.4L T-JET, DOHC
Displacement (CC) 1997 CC1368 CC
No Of Cylinder 44
Power 154 bhp@6500 rpm145 bhp@5500 rpm
Torque 189 Nm@4300 rpm212 Nm@2000-4000 rpm
Drive Train 2WDFWD
Length 4592 mm3989 mm
Width 1855 mm1687 mm
Height 1679 mm1505 mm
Wheelbase 2660 mm2510 mm
Ground Clearance 170 mm155 mm
Boot Space 522 L280 L
Kerb Weight 1545 Kg1198 Kg
Gross Weight N/AN/A
Front Track N/AN/A
Rear Track N/AN/A
Minimum Turning Radius 5.50 m5.40 m
No. Of Doors 55
Seating Capacity 55
No. of gears Automatic5
Clutch Type N/AN/A
Wheel Type Alloy WheelsAlloy Wheels
Tyre Type Tubeless Radial PlyTubeless
Front Tyre Size 235/60 R18195/55 R16
Rear Tyre Size 235/60 R18195/55 R16
Front Brake Type DiscVentilated Disc
Rear Brake Type DiscVentilated Disc
Front Suspension McPherson Strut, Coil SpringIndependent Wheel, Helical Coil Springs, Double Acting Telescopic Dampers And Stabiliser Bar
Rear Suspension Multilink, Coil SpringTorsion Beam, Helical Coil Springs, Double Acting Telescopic Dampers And Stabiliser Bar
Mileage City N/AN/A
Mileage Highway N/AN/A
Mileage 14.40 Kmpl16.30 Kmpl
Fuel Tank Capacity 58.045.0
Power Steering
Steering Type Dual Pinion Variable Ratio Electric Power Assisted Rack & PinioHydraulic Power Steering
Adjustable Power Steering
Performance 0 To 100 Kmph N/A8.8 seconds
Max Speed N/AN/A
Airbags
Passenger Airbags
Side Airbags
ABS
Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
Brake Assist
Hill Assist
Electronic Stability Program
Tractional Control
Engine Immobilizer
Central Locking
Child Safety Lock
Power Door Lock
Automatic Headlamps
Cornering Lights
Turn Indicators On ORVM
Rear Wiper
Rain Sensing Wipers
Headlight Washers
Headlamp Beam Adjuster
Air ConditionerDual-Zone Climate ControlAutomatic Climate Control
Heater
Steering AdjustmentTilt & TelescopicTilt
Steering Mounted Audio
Paddle Shift
Cruise Control
Power Outlets 12V
Rear Parking Sensor
Rear Parking Camera
Electrically Adjustable Rear View Mirror
Push Start Stop Button
Height Adjustable Driver Seat
Lumbar Support
Front Armrest
Rear Armrest
UpholsteryPremium Ivory LeatherAbarth Sporty Fabric
Front Cup Holders
Keyless Entry
Climate Control
Light TypeLEDReindeer Headlamps
Front Fog Lamps
Rear Fog Lamps
Distance To Empty
Average Fuel Efficiency Indicator
Seat Belt Warning
Low Fuel Warning
Door Ajar Warning
GPS Navigation
Music SystemTouchscreen Advanced Display Audio
CD/DVD Player
Speakers
Internal Memory
Radio
USB Support
Bluetooth Support
Expert Reviews
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