The Honda CR-V Facelift interiors have now been spied. Not much seems to have changed in comparison to the outgoing model.
Upon close inspection, one can notice that the only addition has been the metal inserts on the Air Conditioning vents. Other than this, there is absolutely no change in the Honda CR-V facelift interiors. Currently, the Honda CR-V offers a central information console as part of the optional equipment. In the spyshot, there is no hint of such an information console. Hence, we feel it will continue to be offered as an optional part on the higher trims.
A few days back, the Honda CR-V facelift was spied in Canada. Compared to the interior changes, the Honda CR-V facelift has exterior changes galore. It will possess a fresh twin-port engine grille with a honeycomb mesh structure behind it. Highlighting the new engine grille design would be a pair of burnished chrome slats. Accompanying the new engine grille would be a set of reworked headlamps, and fog lamp enclosures. The front bumper has been tweaked, too.
At the rear end, the Honda CR-V facelift sports fewer changes. The windshield and the tail-lights have received a small retouch job. Add to that the redesigned rear bumper and the addition of a chrome Honda logo badging just below the windshield.
Mechanically, the Honda CR-V will remain unchanged. The Honda CR-V is sold in India with two engine options. One of them is a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder i-VTEC powerplant which produces 156 PS and 190 Nm of torque. The other one is a 2.4-liter i-VTEC engine which makes 190 PS and 226 Nm of torque. The 2.0L is equipped with a 2WD system. Gearbox options on the 2.0 Liter engine include a 6-speed manual and 5-speed automatic transmissions. The 2.4-liter engine is equipped with a 5-speed automatic tranny transmitting power to all four wheels. These options will continue on the Honda CR-V facelift.
The Honda CR-V facelift interiors should have been more refreshing, we feel. It will be available in India early next year.
Source – HondasAcuras.com