At the front, the new Honda CR-V has a clean design with a long hood that slopes down to a large grille. On either side of the grille are single-unit LED headlights with daytime running lights (DRLs) built in. There are no split headlights, and the front bumpers have a hole in the middle and an L-shaped piece on each end. The size of this new generation of CR-V also grown. To be exact, the SUV is 69mm longer and has a 40mm longer wheelbase. Follow our website Stoptechy for the latest news!!!!!
The signature vertical tail lights, which are now thinner, are on the back of the car. A single body line connects the front and back light clusters on the side. The 18-inch and 19-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels are in the circular wheel arches. A roof spoiler that sticks out, an antenna that looks like a shark’s fin. Silver skid plates finish off the modern and stylish look of the outside.
The interior is typical Honda, with a black color scheme. A nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system on top of the dashboard. The steering wheel controls the digital driver’s display. The classic knobs are used to control the automatic climate control for the two zones.
The new CR-V also has ADAS features, which the carmaker calls “Honda Sensing.” The SUV has a blind-spot monitor, adaptive cruise control, low-speed braking control, traffic sign recognition, and lane-keep assist.
Regarding the engine, the new Honda CR-V is available on the global market with two different options. The first is a 1.5-liter gasoline engine with 190bhp and 243Nm of torque. The second is a 2.0-liter gasoline-hybrid engine.
Even though it’s unlikely that the new Honda CR-V come to India. Honda Cars India just put the Honda City hybrid on sale there for Rs 19.50 lakh (ex-showroom). You can learn more about the new Honda City Hybrid by reading our in-depth review of how it drives.