Spy photographers catch the 2013 Honda Civic. Up front, the Civic gets a more upscale fascia with an inverted chrome mustache borrowed from the Accord and CR-V. Out back, the taillights appear all new while the deck lid and rear bumper get extensive tweaks The SUV is expected to make its way to India in 2015. The previous-gen Honda CR-V is already available in the country. The facelifted CR-V gets a new grille and headlamps. There are also new front and rear bumpers, skid plates and LED tail lamps. In some conditions the delay in picking up drive to the rear wheels was too long. This was significantly improved in the 2001 upgrade but we still wouldn’t be keen on taking on slippery dirt or soft sand in them. Honda CR-V Series 2, from February 2001 The Honda front bumper is striking; its lines meld into a three-bar horizontal grille and deep-set headlamps. At the rear, the CR-V retains its signature vertical lamps, adding more sculpture for a ‘three-dimensional’ style. The new 2013 Honda It is hard to fathom the depth of the changes, but by the looks of it, the bumper is different and the grille looks new, so does the headlights and fog lamps. The rear still generation CR-V made its Indian debut in early 2013. With Honda concentrating Honda’s updated 2015 CR-V On the styling front, the 2015 CR-V’s face wears a revised grille design, flanked by updated headlights with integrated LED lamps and a new bumper design. The rear end has also come in for an update, picking up a bold .
Spotted extreme heat testing in Death Valley, the 2015 Honda CR-V is sporting an updated front end featuring a new grille, headlights, fog lights and bumper. In the rear of the popular SUV, Honda is updating the CR-V with a new set of new tail lights Credit the three-bar grille and nicely integrated headlights—although from certain angles the front bumper Honda has actually trimmed the length and height of the CR-V (by approximately one inch in both cases). Load height into the rear cargo area Our versatile 2014 Honda CR-V Touring shown in Black can do it all Of course, with massive cargo space and 60/40 split rear seats this CR-V Touring can handle your family and everything they need for their many adventures!Thanks to advanced capability It also has been a perennial top gun, to the point of ousting the Honda CR-V as the 2011 sales leader in the compact Radio City Music Hall Rockette and kick your foot up under the rear bumper. Magically, the tailgate silently rises.