2018 Honda CR-V Redesign, Release Date
The new generation of Honda CR-V is about to come into the global auto market. What is arresting, the upcoming 2018 Honda CR-V will be manufactured with the platform similar to the Honda Civic of the 10th generation. Moreover based on current reports, the company has planned to build up the CR-V as engaging a plug-in hybrid option. Not many details could be gathered right now, however the CR-V crossover is predicted to adopt the new Civic styling and design.
Speaking about the auto redesigns, no obvious picture is currently available. Some sources render that the CR-V intact body will be look alike the 2016 Civic platform. We might see the new 2018 Honda CR-V as equipped with vertical taillight and C shaped LED in its front end. The auto manufacturers likely intend to build up a sharp-looking CR-V and attempt to combine several models on a single platform. Additionally, rough picture illustrates there will be a Volvo-like appearance on the next Honda CR-V.
Public will expect that the vehicle should be powered with a stunning powertrain. Looking at the ongoing rumors, the CR-V will be engaged with a plug-in hybrid consisting of a 2.0 liter 4 cylinder gasoline engine and two electric motors. Another possible engine might be a 2.4 liter gasoline engine with smaller turbocharged 4 cylinder similar to the AWD CR-V. These engines will be best mated with automatic transmission. The automaker also offers 2018 Honda CR-V to be configured with front wheel drive and four wheel drive engines as well as a long wheel base version available for 7 passengers.
2018 Honda CR-V Release Date and Price
Under the spread out rumors and development, there is no clear information revealing the car release date and price. However, some predict that the 2018 Honda CR-V concept will be unveiled either at the Los Angeles auto exhibition in December 2016 or the Detroit auto show in January 2017. While talking about the car price, no appraised value is now available.
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