What Changes Will the Honda CR-V Redesign Introduce?
Boulder and Denver drivers can likely expect a full Honda CR-V redesign in the near future. Thanks to recent photos of a CR-V prototype that surfaced, we’ve gleaned some information about this potential redesign. Keep reading to learn what we know, or head to Fisher Honda to talk to one of our team members while test-driving the current 2016 Honda CR-V.
Bigger and More Powerful
The next Honda CR-V redesign is expected to increase in size, and it will likely include an optional third row of seating. It’s also expected to be slightly wider, so total passenger volume and cargo volume should increase as well.
With this larger size, additional power might be needed, so we may also see an updated turbocharged engine with increased output.
Based on the photos of the Honda CR-V prototype, we can assume that the redesigned model will include upscale features on the exterior and the interior. It appears that the headlights will be replaced with full LED lights and the taillights will be sleeker and more modern than those of the current generation. A new chiseled grill is also expected to be featured prominently, and the overall look will likely be similar to that of the recently redesigned Honda Civic.
While we weren’t able to see inside the Honda CR-V prototype, we expect a luxurious interior with all the amenities any Boulder or Denver driver could want. The 2016 model already comes with a multi-angle rearview camera and Bluetooth HandsFreeLink on the base model, but features like a driver’s seat with 10-way power adjustment and power lumbar support might become standard lower-level trims on the next-generation CR-V.
Explore the 2016 CR-V at Fisher Honda Today
We’re proud to offer the 2016 Honda CR-V at our dealership in Boulder, so we invite our Denver-area customers to come to the showroom to take one for a ride. We’d also be happy to discuss news and speculation about the next Honda CR-V redesign, so make sure to come see us soon!