The new Honda CR-V comes with a more protruding front bumper with a chrome surround and a blacked-out grilled. The housing of the bar-type LED fog lamps has larger vents. The wheel wells have the same body cladding. Honda decides to go with redesigned alloy wheels that measure from 17 to 18 inches. Turn signal repeaters are integrated into power-adjustable mirrors that also have an auto-fold feature.
In the back, the tail lamps that surround the tailgate have a black tint. The rear bumper has been redesigned with more chrome trim.
The new CR-V still has the size and layout of the old cabin with two-tone wood accents and piano-black trim. The leather seating can accommodate a maximum of seven occupants. The front seats are power-adjustable with memory settings.
Behind the leather steering wheel is a full-color instrument cluster with a 7-inch touchscreen head. Apple CarPlay, as well as Android Auto, are supported. Wireless charging has been added exclusively for the top-spec trim.
All CR-V variants come with four-wheel anti-lock brakes, Vehicle Stability Assist, Hill Start Assist, Agile Handling Assist, and a reverse camera. All cars have default dual airbags. The base S as well as the range-topping SX comes with side and side curtain airbags.
For top-spec Honda CR-V, it has Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Mitigation Braking System, Low-Speed Follow, Road Departure Mitigation, Lane-Keep Assist System, Lane Departure Warning, and Forward Collision Warning.
Depending on the variant, the Honda CR-V has a 5 or 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Higher grades have access to apps for smartphone mirroring like Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and navigation. Meanwhile, lower variants only have USB, Bluetooth, and Aux connectivity.
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