Honda has released a mid-cycle update for the Honda CR-V.
Besides a few styling tweaks, Honda CR-V gets a hybrid variant for its international model.
Honda CR-V, a global model, receives a new update after three years of its launch in the US.
Honda CR-V gets a few minor tweaks in its design as part of its mid-cycle update. The bumper design gets a fresh look with more chrome elements to add to the attraction. An all-black look has replaced the thick chrome grille. Though the updated Honda CR-V has some chrome on its grille, it is not as prominent as it was before. The headlamps get a tweak with its darker inserts. Other minor styling changes are inside its cabin.
Honda has introduced its Honda CR-V Hybrid model in the US market. The vehicle features the same 2L engine with twin motors. This model worked well with the Honda Accord Hybrid in India. Honda CR-V Hybrid gets an additional engine option in the 1.5L turbo petrol version.
The refreshed vehicle does not come with the right-hand-drive version. In India, the Honda CR-V comes with a 2L petrol and 1.6L diesel engine.