A £150k family home up for grabs for price of raffle ticket BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A GAA club in Co Down has launched a competition with a rather unusual star prize - a brand new house. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/a-150k-family-home-up-for-grabs-for-price-of-raffle-ticket-37423518.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article37423516.ece/2db73/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-10-16_new_44935922_I1.JPG Email A GAA club in Co Down has launched a competition with a rather unusual star prize - a brand new house. St Patrick's GAC Mayobridge, home to the county's oldest Gaelic club, will be handing the keys of the property over to the lucky winner next August. The eye-catching three-bedroom property in Banbridge is the main prize in the club's latest fundraising raffle. Entries are priced at £100 a go. The winner will be moving into their new home worth £150,000. Other prizes include a new Honda CRV vehicle, £10,000 in cash … [Read more...] about A £150k family home up for grabs for price of raffle ticket
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Honda CR-V: Fresh new look for the world's biggest-selling SUV BelfastTelegraph.co.uk As the all-new fifth generation model lands in showrooms, we check it out. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/cars/honda-crv-fresh-new-look-for-the-worlds-biggestselling-suv-37305524.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/cars/article37305519.ece/c80e0/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-09-12_lif_43980675_I1.JPG Email As the all-new fifth generation model lands in showrooms, we check it out. What's new?Honda's all-new Honda CR-V has just appeared for sale in fifth generation guise. It features petrol-electric hybrid versions - a first in this model - seven-seat models, and improved interior quality, refinement and spaciousness.There's also a new chassis aimed at delivering a more engaging driving experience and comfort, plus genuine off-road capability as well, according to Honda. Added to this is are better engine options and a raft of new tech, meaning this model should be the best yet. It's hard to under … [Read more...] about Honda CR-V: Fresh new look for the world’s biggest-selling SUV
MOTOGP ace Cal Crutchlow can secure glory in the British Grand Prix, according to Neil Hodgson. By Alex Wood / Published 23rd August 2018 The LCR Honda star won the second race of the season in Argentina. Crutchlow hasn’t managed another victory since but has performed impressively and consistently throughout the campaign. The 32-year-old Brit has managed three fourth-place finishes and is eighth in the overall standings. Ahead of the Silverstone showpiece, BT Sport pundit Hodgson is backing Crutchlow to upset the odds and triumph on home soil. Related Articles MotoGP news: Valentino Rossi Yamaha power struggle revealed - EXCLUSIVE MotoGP news: Marc Marquez discusses potential issues ahead of British Grand Prix MotoGP news: Valentino Rossi claim from Jack Miller ahead of Silverstone clash - EXCLUSIVE “MotoGP ace Cal Crutchlow has been tipped to win at Silverstone” “Absolutely he can win,” Hodgson told … [Read more...] about MotoGP news: Cal Crutchlow can ‘walk on water’ after penning new Honda deal
LET’S start with a little quiz. Is it A) Qashqai; B) Evoque; C) Sportage; or D) something else. Now Honda is adding a seven-seat option for the first time — and dumping diesel. Clearly styled for lard-arse Yanks. Wide-opening doors, sofa-like seats, bucket-sized storage in the centre console and doors, and big-lettered touchscreen for sausage fingers. Top models also have head-up display and adaptive cruise control with speed sign recognition, two of my favourite things, but what’s with all that plastic wood trim? The boot is also cavernous. Flip down the seats and it can swallow a mountain bike. The load floor is 1.8metres long. KEY FACTSHONDA CR-V Price: £29,000Engine: 1.5-litre petrol turboPower: 173hp, 220Nm0-62mph: 9.8 secsTop speed: 129mphEconomy: 43mpgCO2: 151g/kmOut: September Just remember that when all seven seats are in use, there’s less boot storage than a mouse’s rucksack. Note. The AWD system disconnects for efficiency when rear-wheel … [Read more...] about The world’s best-selling SUV — Honda’s CR-V — now has seven seats – and no diesel option
Even those who have served their time at Honda admit it can be the most exasperating company – engineering-led car makers tend to be like that. So on the glass half-empty side of the new CR-V is that this isn't actually a “new CR-V” at all. Honda's Compact Recreational Vehicle (who on earth writes these acronyms?) has been on sale in the US for almost two years. Nothing has changed aside from a few safety details. On the glass half-full side, however, is the fact that since Honda invented (along with Subaru) the “soft-roader” market in 1995, the CR-V has been the world's most popular SUV, and inspired such loyalty that as Phil Webb, Honda UK's head of cars, says: “When the new models go on sale our test drive numbers drop as people just want to check on the colour before placing their order.” I defer to Mumsnet on vehicles like this and after a detailed perusal, I can reveal that the website's correspondents still love the CR-V as a … [Read more...] about Honda CR-V review: the ‘compact recreational vehicle’ arrives in Britain, have rivals overtaken this former bestseller?