2017 Honda CR-V also looks to adopt a sportier and more upscale look based on these spy photos, which show a larger, more aggressive front grille along with a longer hood and a less minivan-like stance. The CR-V’s signature vertical taillights are clearly visible, and the headlights look like. The CR-V has sat atop the growing compact-crossover sales heap for the past several years, but its lead is eroding as new competitors arrive with more-advanced technology features and improved driving dynamics.
2017 Honda CR-V Engine
2017 Honda CR-V indicating a 118 hp 1.6-litre diesel or a 128 hp 1.5-litre turbocharged Earth Dreams ™ VTEC gasoline engine are possible. United States version will have 2.4-liter, naturally aspirated I4 engine which is able to produce 184 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. This engine will come with the base LX trim. EX, EX-L and Touring trims will receive .5-liter four-cylinder engine which is able to produce 190 horsepower and 179 pound-feet. Both front- and also all-wheel drive versions will be readily available, though every CR-V will ship with an automatic transmission. Baseding on Response, the 5th generation Honda CR-V will certainly have a plug-in hybrid electrical variant, organizing a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine incorporated with an electric motor.
2017 Honda CR-V Design
2017 Honda CR-V are derived model. The platform used in this model is the same light and stiff platform. Its front end has crisper line with its hood is made full and more pronounced. Muscular fenders and additional ground clearance highlight the new look as well. In front of the driver sits a new colour information screen similar in principal to Audi’s Virtual Cockpit digital dials.
This will bring benefits in terms of passenger space and ride quality but, despite this, much of the car’s profile remains the same. It’s a case of function over form because the chunky body focusses on delivering a maximum of interior space rather than looking as svelte as possible.