Honda officially revealed the CR-V facelift, ahead of its global debut, scheduled for this year Paris Motor Show, during next month.
The Japanese manufacturer applied a series of important modifications on the outside of the new Honda CR-V. The biggest change is the front end, where the radiator grille was redesigned and the headlights received chrome surroundings. The headlights are also restyled, while the rectangular fog lights and additional chrome trim complete the new look.
The back end of the Honda CR-V is also supposed to feature important changes, with restyled taillights, equipped with LED lights only.
The interior will offer upgraded trim levels and new safety equipment. The engine range will be kept with no major modifications. This means the US will benefit from the same 2.4-liter unit with 185 hp and 221 Nm of torque.
In Europe, the same CR-V models will be offered with a 1.6 or a 2.2-liter CDTI, together with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol, delivering 150 hp. Full details will be released on September 30th.

Source: Honda