Honda CR-V 2012 revealed at Los Angeles Auto Show

Honda CR-V 2012 revealed at Los Angeles Auto Show

The fully-redesigned 2012 Honda CR-V has finally been unveiled at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show. While it looks very different inside and out, the mechanicals underneath are only mildly updated.

The 2012 CR-V is powered by an updated 2.4-litre “i-VTEC” 4-cylinder engine, now making 185 hp and 221 Nm of torque, mated to a carryover 5-speed automatic and a choice of front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive.

The interior has apparently been improved, with a different layout, quick-stow rear seats and slightly-less hard plastics. The American version also gets standard Bluetooth, a multi-angle rearview camera, optional navigation and a full-colour information display, as well as the ability to receive SMS text messaging capability, which reads incoming text messages over the audio system. Honda also expects 5-star crash test ratings.

Expect the all-new CR-V to reach Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar and other GCC countries by next summer.

Keep track of further updates in the Honda CR-V buyer guide.

What do you think?



  1. As with many other models, this one is now uglier than it’s predecessor. However the interior looks superb!

  2. luks like junior prado from de rear…i think they flicked the design of next gen rav4 from toyota’s studio…;)

  3. rear taillights like volvo xc60.
    the interior is pretty nice.
    hopefully the wight hasn’t gone up.

  4. why the hell isnt it an 6 speed auto stupid move from honda.

  5. From the back it looks like a child who just started to walk with a big diaper

  6. Not as impressive as a CRV should be.

  7. I think they need assistence from Hyundai to redesign their cars.

  8. My Grandma can design better looking cars :/

  9. This car is nice and shall fill our streets in 2012.

    Honda sells well even with these moderate designs because of their built quality.

    CRV is one of the best models from Honda; with such interior this car will rule its segment.

  10. Is this the same segment as the Tucson?

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