2017 Honda CR-V Redesign: What Updates to Look Forward to? – The plan about 2017 Honda CR-V redesign has been heard for quite some time but since Honda hasn’t said anything about it, most auto enthusiasts only consider it as a rumor. However, several test mules have been spotted in some areas in America and if you take a look at their images, some the rumors may not be rumors at all. The fifth gen of the CR-V is definitely going to have several changes – and some of the physical alterations are now covered heavily under the camouflage.
Honda’s Confirmation for 2017 Honda CR-V Redesign
After a while, Honda has finally claimed that the new 2017 Honda CR-V redesign will be better and much improved. They are going to separate the 2016 CR-V from the 2016 HR-V which is considered as the subcompact crossover of the line. HR-V will also be sold in Europe as well as North America so Honda wants to make sure that they make a significant distinction between the two.
For the new 2017 Honda CR-V redesign, there will be more space and room to accommodate 7 people. Yes, you heard it right. Through their spokesman, Leon Brannan, who is the head chief from Honda UK, the company says that they are increasing the length of the new CR-V so it can carry more passengers and also cargo without compromising comfort and style. Aside from the fact that it will be longer, the new CR-V will also come with all wheel driving system.
2017 Honda CR-V Redesign for the Engine
It is possible that Honda is coming with a matching plan for both the CR-V and the HR-V. If they do, the car may have VTEC Earth Dreams gas turbocharged 1.5 liter engine with 128 bhp or the diesel 1.6 liter with 118 bhp – for the UK market.
For the American market, the 2017 Honda CR-V redesign may come with four cylinder 1.8 liter engine producing 141 hp of power. The transmission will likely be automatic, and both the all wheel and the front wheel driving system should be available. If hybrid system is made available, petrol fur cylinder 2.0 liter engine will be paired with electric motor.
2017 Honda CR-V Redesign for the Interior
Touchscreen entertainment system is a definite thing for the interior aspect of the suggestions car, along with a new dashboard layout. Better upholstery with improved comfort and exclusive touch are also expected from this ride. Honda guarantees that the new 2017 Honda CR-V redesign will be a lot better than the current model.
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