Honda is currently testing out its facelifted version of the CR-V in the United States where the model in question has been recently caught on camera.
Fans of the Honda CR-V will be glad to find out that the Japanese based automaker is currently working on a facelifted version of the model. The vehicle has been caught on camera recently by our spy photographers and it can be seen wearing some mild camouflage on its front fascia and on its rear end which basically suggests that it will come with the “classic” modifications applied to almost every facelift out there.
The 2015 Honda CR-V will get a different front bumper, new headlights and a different front grille, along with a modified lower section of the rear bumper, of the boot door and redesigned taillights. The side profile of the model will remain the same but the cabin will get some changes too. The engine options will most likely be carried over which means that Americans should expect the 2.4 liter four-cylinder i-VTEC with 184 HP while in Europe, the model will get a 118 HP i-DTEC 1.6 liter, a 148 HP i-DTEC 2.2 liter and a 148 HP i-VTEC 2.0 liter unit. Options will include FWD and AWD.