2017 Honda CR-V spied yet again; reveals host of features

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Spy images reveal the fifth generation Honda CR-V that has been spotted testing once again, this time in China. The model, although wrapped in camouflage, reveals a few details about the upcoming SUV.

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The aesthetics of the 2017 CR-V draw heavily from the 10th generation Civic. As seen in the spy images, the upcoming CR-V comes equipped with a single thick slat front grille flanked by LED headlamps. Also seen is a sunroof, L shaped tail lights, dual chrome tipped exhausts and a repositioned number plate recess.


The 10th generation CR-V could also be offered as a 7 seater in markets such as India, where a third row is considered the USP of an SUV. Previous reports suggest that the model will be re-positioned as a more premium product, rivaling the likes of the Volvo XC60 and the Land Rover Discovery Sport premium SUVs.

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Drivetrain options although unconfirmed, are likely to be handled by a 1.5-litre VTEC petrol engine and a 2.0-litre Turbo VTEC petrol engine while a 1.6-litre i-DTEC motor could also be offered.  The 2017 CR-V could arrive in the first quarter of 2017 while the model could arrive at Indian shores in the second half of the respective year.

Following is an image gallery of the spy images of the upcoming 2017 Honda CR-V:


Spy image courtesy: Autohome

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