Honda Prepares CR-V Nip and Tuck

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Time for the CR-V's mid-life refresh.

Honda is preparing a minor facelift for the CR-V as the popular CUV approaches the halfway stage of its life cycle. Most of the modest changes are happening at the front, where revised headlights are joined by a two-bar grille and a badge covering both upper and lower sections. Foglights have changed shape, going from a circular to rectangular design, while the lower intake seems to have enlarged. At the back, Honda has restyled the bumper and given the taillights a minor tweak.

Inside, camo on the center stack suggests the Japanese carmaker will update the cabin too. As the prototype spied was a European-spec model, not all the changes may make it to the North American market CR-V. But given how minor the facelift appears to be, there’s a good chance they will.

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