There are a couple of the 2016 Honda CRV redesign changes that could be seen everywhere. According to 2016 Honda CRV review, starting from outside, the Honda CRV has new shapes and cover. The highlights of the 2016 Honda CRV redesign are front bumpers and headlights. And also you can find a new 17-inch alloy wheels which decorate the exterior of the crossover. Truck door is also a new addition to this SUV.
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On the cabin, you can find elegant and luxurious interior design. A couple of new features for comfortable ride such as latest high technology features and systems will be installed. The 2016 Honda CRV redesign adds a couple of space inside both for cargo and passengers. The passengers will also get a comfortable ride which is completed with finest and soft materials that have been used for upholstery.
Specs of 2016 Honda CRV
The first thing that you will notice on new model is the exterior changes. The 2016 Honda CRV redesign comes with shape which has been changed but it will still be known. The huge changes of the new model will be on the front end. New front fascia of the SUV will be characterized by new headlights and reshaped grille.
The manufacturer will also install new bumpers to this SUV. The interior of the 2016 Honda CRV will feature improvements too. Even though it will remain generally the same style as the previous version, this new model will come with a couple of modifications and most of them are added with the update high technology features. The 2016 Honda CRV will also feature with high quality materials and also with a couple of improvements in terms of room for the passengers.
Engine of 2016 Honda CRV
The 2016 Honda CRV will be equipped with inline-four 2.4-liter direct injected engine which results 185 horsepower and 163 lb-ft of max torque. The manufacturer claims that the 2016 Honda CRV redesign will feature significant improvement in terms of fuel economy. One huge change for the 2016 Honda CRV redesign will be the transmission. A new model will be equipped with new CVT dual-clutch transmission that was launched in new Accord for the first time.
Under the hood of the new model lies a new 2.4-liter four-cylinder. The engine has direct fuel injection and also dual overhead cams which is completed with VTEC system by Honda. The engine produces 181 pound-feet.