The Honda CR-V was redesign in late 2017 which brought a new look and revolutionary changes to its engine. With this new look and powertrains, we can say that the 2020 Honda CR-V to be a carryover model. The current generation of CR V looks was pretty similar to the previous model but they were good enough to give this popular model new life. Some of these changes include all-new nose with a bold chrome grille strikethrough, brand-new headlights, new taillights and more. Moreover, it is longer and wider than before which opened up more space in the cabin.
2020 Honda CR-V Specifications
As for the cabin, it has an all-new in 2017 too with its plethora of soft-touch materials, new infotainment system, upgraded options, and ample cargo and passenger room. This has remained similar even in 2019 and this might also be in the 2020 model. The base model has a 5-inch infotainment screen, power windows, power locks, and Bluetooth. But the rest of the lineup possesses a 7-inch high-resolution touchscreen, navigation, a power liftgate, and more. This could also be in the 2020 model.
As for the engine, the new generation of CR-V brought in a new turbocharged powertrain but it had the 2.4-liter four-cylinder as the base powerplant. This engine could generate a total of 184 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. On the standard trims, the engine is a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 190 hp and 179 lb-ft of torque. The current Honda CR-V is an IIHS Top Safety Pick which is all thanks to its “Good” test results in all the crash-safety tests and “Superior” front-crash prevention results.
2020 might have the same rating as its previous model because the company will only go forward in terms of safety features. As for the update, there isn’t a update for the 2020 Honda CR-V yet but it might be arriving later this year. As for the price, it might start from $25,395 and end at $35,195. The 2020 Honda CR-V will compete with the Toyota RAV4, Mazda CX-5, and Ford Escape.