Mid-cycle refresh sees substantial upgrades inside and out.
Just in time for the Paris Motor Show, Honda has revealed the 2015 CR-V that has received a significant mid-cycle refresh. The most prominent cosmetic upgrades appear up front, where Honda has added new sleeker headlights, a modified front grille, restyled bumper, new fog lights and skid-plate. At the rear, enhancements include new LED combination lamps, and a newly styled tailgate and bumper, while the crossover sits on freshly-designed alloys.
Inside, the 2015 Honda CR-V boasts a center console armrest as standard and sliding sunvisors, while other new gear includess a ten-way power/heated driver's seat, power tailgate, LED DRLs, and a seven-inch telematics interface. There's also an array of new safety and assistance features with the range-topping Touring model boasting lane keeping assist and collision mitigation braking systems – a first for Honda. Underhood, the 2.4-liter four-pot continues to deliver 184 hp with torque upped from 163 to 181 lb-ft. A newly developed CVT helps improve mpg on both front-wheel- and all-wheel-drive models. On sale this week in the US, the 2015 Honda CR-V starts from $23,320 (excluding $830 destination).