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Honda CR-V 2017 redesign revealed


The 2017 Honda CR-V has been completely redesigned from the ground up, and it could just be the best version of the compact crossover yet.

The exterior offers a familiar design language that was introduced in the previous-generation CR-V, with their own take on the overly-common hexagonal grille and a new version of their pillar-mounted tail lights.

Featuring a 184 hp 2.4-litre 4-cylinder in lower-spec models and a 190 hp turbo 1.5-litre 4-cylinder in mid-spec and top trim levels, all mated to a CVT automatic and either front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive, the 2017 CR-V also offers what Honda claims to be class-leading cabin space and better interior materials.


On the tech front, Honda is offering a central touchscreen infotainment display, collision-mitigation braking, forward collision warning with pedestrian sensing, road departure mitigation with lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and lane-keeping assist.

The all-new American-built CR-V should be available in the UAE and GCC by the middle of next year.

Keep track of prices and updates in the Honda buyer guide.

7 comments to Honda CR-V 2017 redesign revealed

  • Nabeal Malik

    Front end inspiration from mitsubishi and tail light inspired from a volvo.. lol.

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    • shakir

      Yes agree..very Outlanderish Look…Interior seems to have improved..seems center part of dash will have soft leathery feeling. I like the touch screen.. a totally different design.

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    • Mohamed

      and the side profile likely looks Nissan Xtrai… But still overall looks good…

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  • Hussain

    Now lets wait for CX-5 and see how Mazda will make it’s facelift.. I hope they have the same CX-9 Turbo engine in it.. it would be a very sporty offering…

    Really was hoping Honda will have a stronger Turbo in CR-V ( at least 40-50HP + 75Nm ) but HP raised by 6HP only and Torque actually is lower by 1.35Nm from 244Nm to 242.7Nm… I guess Honda was more interested in lowering fuel consumption… damn I hoped for a stronger Sport version ( better with saddle shifter )…

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    • Ciprian

      Did Mazda correct their melting dashboard problem? Am just asking, not trying to start a debate.

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  • amir

    Well nowadays in the automotive world , creativity became a rare occurrence in car design. I feel some times the designers are just copying and pasting from other cars to produce their facelifts and new models. Hope to see creativity and practicality soon:))))

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  • WHY both Toyota & Honda insist to be ugly ? including Lexus & Acura .

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