2015 Honda CR-V Spy Photos Show Refreshed Style

2015 Honda CR-V Spy Photos Show Refreshed Style

The Honda CR-V is getting a refresh for 2015, and our latest spy photos reveal what to expect.

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, revised tailgate styling and a new rear bumper.

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Some of the prototypes were also spotted with new wheel designs.

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When it comes to mechanical upgrades, the 2015 Honda CR-V is expected to be powered by the company’s 2.4-liter Earth Dreams four-cylinder engine mated to a CVT.

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Discuss this story at our Honda CR-V forum

  • Really? They’re taking the second-worst styling cue from the previous generation–that rubbish “We Couldn’t Decide” double grille, and slapping it on an otherwise much improved package? What’s next? The “We Couldn’t Decide” D-pillar (which is the worst styling cue from the previous gen)?

  • Rickers

    I just hope they improve the sound deadening.

  • Honest Abe

    None of that matters. It’s reliable. People will just keep buying it.

  • That’s something I hadn’t heard about. I know my local dealership keeps trying to buy back my wife’s 2010 Fit and get her to trade up to a 2013, and it is very much down to the lower NVH of the 2010 compared to the three following model years. I had not realized that the issue also had affected the CR-V.

  • john doe

    Why no V6 and 6 speed auto from the RDX? 4 bangers and CVTs are lame. The 4cyl/CVT combo will save maybe 2 mpg over a proper V6/6 speed auto combo in real world driving.