2015 Honda CR-V gets a facelift

2015 Honda CR-V gets a facelift

The 2015 Honda CR-V has been refreshed. Both the exterior and interior have been improved in the new model. A new engine has been added as well.

On the outside, there is a new front grille and LED daytime running lights. In the rear, there is a chrome bar added at the base of the rear window. The alloy rims also get a redesign.

The interior has been updated with better quality materials. An optional 7-inch capacitive touchscreen is now available.

Under the hood, the engine has been updated to a new 2.4-litre engine, which is also found in the new Honda Accord, mated to a CVT automatic. Horsepower is similar to the outgoing model, rated at 185 hp, but torque figures have gone up to 245 Nm. Fuel efficiency numbers improves as well.

Tweaks have been made to improve the ride quality as well as chassis stiffness and collision performance.

The 2015 Honda CR-V should make its way to the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other GCC countries by the beginning of next year.

Keep track of the latest prices and updates in the Honda CR-V buyer guide.

What do you think?



  1. in other markets its getting a 9 speed transmission, CVT proved to be big fail in ME due to hot weather

  2. I think CVT is good for hilly areas as it has unlimited ratios of gear selection…. BUT I still don’t like to drive a car with CVT.

  3. I wonder why Nissan is sticking CVT in Maxima when they can go for 8 or 9 speed auto…. This CVT is not acceptable for sports cars as it gives a grinding noise upon sudden acceleration.. which most of the people dislike.

  4. Will this be having FWD AND AWD options or just the AWD option??

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