2015 Honda CR-V to Arrive in September With CVT

Jason Siu
by Jason Siu
2015 honda cr v to arrive in september with cvt

You can expect the 2015 Honda CR-V to arrive dealerships this September.

According to a recent report, the 2015 Honda CR-V will likely arrive dealership showrooms in the U.S. in the second half of September with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) mated to a 2.4-liter Earth Dreams four-cylinder engine. The 2015 CR-V is getting a mid-cycle refresh with changes to the front and rear end along with new taillights and revised tailgate styling.

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It is expected that the 2015 Honda CR-V will be available in LX, EX, EX-L and Touring trims along with the following paint options: Crystal Black Pearl, Mountain Air Metallic, Kona Coffee Metallic, Urban Titanium Metallic, Obsidian Blue Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic, Copper Sunset Pearl, Basque Red Pearl, Alabaster Silver Metallic and White Diamond Pearl.

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[Source: Temple of VTEC]

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  • John doe John doe on Aug 02, 2014

    I'd save money a little longer and get the Highlander with a proper 6 cylinder and real 6 speed auto transmission, as well as reliable port injection. The 4 cylinder CVT combo, while it may be ok for 0 to 60, is worthless merging into high speed traffic when you find your hole (40 to 70). The CVT takes too long to change gearing from high to low. I don't understand people. They go out and buy a $30,000 car and then are worried about 2 or 3 mpg. If you've got that kind of doe you can afford the gas.

    • John-doe-doe John-doe-doe on Aug 28, 2014

      I have owned many cars, stick-shift, automatic, and now 2013 Accord with CVT. I promise you there is no delay like you mention - it is very quick to jump the RPMS and accelerate. Car and Driver Accord CVT vs Mazda 6 with 6-speed auto: TOP GEAR, 5070 MPH Accord 4.7 sec Mazda 6: 4.9 sec

  • Oblio9090 Oblio9090 on Aug 31, 2014

    I hope Honda fixes the CR-V's front structure so the 2015 model performs better in the IIHS Small Offset Crash Test.