A brand new SE (Special Edition) trim level has been introduced to the Honda CR-V lineup. The new trim 17 inch alloy wheels, a security system and rear glass privacy has also been added to the base LX.
All CR-V’s model have been engineered with generous windows which in turn offer a great outward vision. When compared to all the other SUV’s, the CR-V offers a less obstructed view. The extended windscreen makes this vehicle safer on the road and easier to maneuver tighter spots too. The new exterior gives the vehicle a visually upscale impression which is reinforced by an additional chrome trim. The 2016 CR-V also comes with 18″ wheels which enhance the appearance of the vehicle and fill out the fenders.
Interior Design and Technology
As a 5 passenger crossover SUV, the 2016 Honda CR-V comes with full power accessories. There’s air conditioning, cruise control, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, and also Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity too. There’s also a reclining rear seat and Pandora internet radio compatibility. The EX model also has a keyless entry and ignition system, heated front seats, a 7″ touch display and dynamic guidelines.
Engine and Fuel Economy
The 2016 Honda CR-V comes with a 2.4l 4-cylinder engine which delivers an estimated 185 horsepower and 181 pound per feet of torque. Buyers may select between an all-wheel and front wheel drive. The EPA fuel economy is estimated at 29mpg i.e. 26 city and 33 highway.
Stability and traction control, antilock brakes, side curtain airbags, a rearview camera and front seat side bags are offered as standard. Other standard safety features include a LaneWatch blind spot monitoring system and also a Lane departure warning system which are optional.
Featured Image: Edmunds.comPosted on May 29, 2018