2017 Honda CR-V Rumors Hint at a Larger Vehicle

April 18th, 2016 by

2016 Honda CR-V

2016 Honda CR-V


While nothing has been confirmed about the upcoming 2017 Honda CR-V, we have some hints at what is expected of this crossover. Based on some photos of a test vehicle that have surfaced, the 2017 CR-V is likely to have a longer body and more passenger volume than the current model, along with an updated front end. Keep reading to find out what else we know about the changes for the 2017 Honda CR-V.

2017 Honda CR-V Updates

While it’s likely still early in the development cycle, the next Honda CR-V already looks to have some major updates. It appears that Honda has taken the current CR-V and added a longer door, stretching the wheelbase by several inches. This leads us to speculate that when the new model debuts, it’ll be available for Boulder and Denver customers in a five- or seven-passenger capacity. The 2017 CR-V is expected to use features from the 2016 Pilot, including its infotainment system and dashboard layout, and it may offer additional high-end features that we haven’t seen yet — but we’ll obviously have to wait for official word on that.

It also seems likely that Honda is making some serious changes to the front end of the 2017 CR-V, likely with new headlights and an updated grille. The rear also looks different, with two prominent exhausts, which could also mean an engine upgrade. Not only could there be a more powerful engine, but it’s possible that we could even see a hybrid option.

None of this official, though — but you can rest assured we’re keeping our ears open for any new 2017 Honda CR-V rumors and news.

Learn More About the Current and Future CR-V at Fisher Honda

The current 2016 Honda CR-V is already a popular crossover among Boulder and Denver drivers thanks to its high-tech features and premium conveniences, so we are sure that the 2017 CR-V will live up to that incredible legacy. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting new vehicle, and contact us online or call us at 303-245-6417 if you have more questions.