NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP, MI – Advanced safety technologies such as lane-departure warning, lane-keep assist and collision-mitigation braking have been the purview of luxury vehicles in the U.S. But the Honda brand is offering those technologies, plus more, on the ’15 CR-V. “I think it’s the right time” to bring advanced safety to the mainstream, James Jenkins, manager-product planning for Honda Trucks at American Honda, tells WardsAuto here during a ’15 CR-V ...

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