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2023 Honda CR-V Price, Release Date, Specs

2023 Honda CR-V Price, Release Date, Specs – All-new generation of the Honda CR-V is in the works, as we can see from spy photos of the redesigned SUV caught testing in Germany. The camouflaged test vehicle sports a cleaner, more modern-looking grille design, black wheels, and new front and rear lighting elements. The 2023 CR-V is expected to be offered with both gasoline and hybrid powertrains but we also think an electric version could be in the mix, possibly for a debut after the upcoming 2023 Prologue SUV electric vehicle comes to market. Proportionally, the future CR-V looks to be growing somewhat in length, which could also mean Honda plans to drop an optional third row inside to better compete with the Mitsubishi Outlander and Volkswagen Tiguan.

The 2023  Honda CR-V sustains the top ranks in the compact crossover segment for its capacious interior and fuel-efficient powertrains. The CR-V may not be the most fun to drive, neither its turbocharged nor hybrid model is quick, but the Honda offers a relaxing ride and fuss-free driving. Most importantly, road trips will require much fewer gas top-ups than the competitors, thanks to CR-V’s class-leading fuel economy. Family buyers will be safe with a host of standard active safety features and popular tech options.

2023 honda CR-V redesign
2023 honda CR-V redesign

2023 Honda CR-V Redesign

the 2023 honda CR-V is typically Honda in its presentation, which means neat and utterly inoffensive. After production of the current generation commenced at the end of 2016, last year the CR-V got a comprehensive facelift. There are no gimmicks in its styling and the absence of a sloping rear roofline – as has become so fashionable these days – maintains admirable cabin space.

The base variant misses out on a power moonroof, LED foglights, and rear privacy glass, which are equipped to all other trims. Multi-reflector halogen headlights are standard, while the Touring and all hybrid versions get LED headlights. Wheel sizes range from 17-inch alloys on the LX to 19-inch machine-finished alloys on the top-spec Touring with 18s for models in between. The non-hybrid Touring also has chrome exhaust tips.

2023 honda CR-V interior
2023 honda CR-V interior

Interior

The interior of the 2023 Honda CR-V is not expected to get any changes, both on the dimension front and the creature comfort front. The 2023 Honda CR-V seats five people quite comfortably. The seats offer much comfort with an adequate amount of legroom, knee room, under-thigh support, and enough shoulder room. The upper trim offers ventilated seats for the driver and front passenger too, so as for that, all the passengers can sit and enjoy long journeys.

The upper trim will get leather upholstery with power-adjustable heated and ventilated seats with a leather-wrapped steering wheel as well. The upper trim feels more premium with lots of luxury touches. Moonroof comes only in upper trims which makes the cabin airier and less claustrophobic. Among rivals, the Ford Escape offers the widest and spacious cabin while the Honda CR-V comes a close second. However, the 2023 CR-V offers the most cargo space among the rivals, thereby making it the most practical for small families.

2023 honda CR-V release date
2023 honda CR-V release date

Engine

The 2023 Honda CR-V is going to be carried forward with the potent and at the same time fuel-efficient 1.5L turbocharged engine unit that produces a total of 190 horsepower and 179 lb-ft torque. It is mated with a CVT transmission and offers choices of both FWD and AWD drive types. The hybrid 2.0L engine is mated with two electric motors and produces 212 horsepower. All in all, the Honda CR-V isn’t the most athletic SUV in this class, but it is one of the best choices in the market if you’re looking for a practical compact crossover, with a low cost of running and maintenance. The Honda CR-V’s turbocharged engine offers a spryte acceleration that’s good for around-town driving and building momentum on a freeway on-ramp.

The 1.5L Turbo engine on the 2023 Honda CR-V pushes it from 0 to 60 mph in 9.3 seconds, which is nowhere close to being called fast. Although, there’s plenty of refinement and the engine does not feel stressed in most situations. For better performance during launches, opt for the hybrid engine. It offers slightly better acceleration and amazing fuel economy. All we can hope for is that Honda brings out an even more potent engine setup for 2023, that’s not only powerful but also aids in helping the CR-V to be damn near quick.

2023 Honda CR-V Release Date and Price

The 2023 Honda CR-V prices start at an MSRP of $26,400 for the base LX trim. With all-wheel drive (AWD), the CR-V LX starts at $27,900. The top-spec Touring trim costs $36,200 and comes with standard AWD. Opting for the available AWD across the 2023 CR-V lineup will add $1500 to the cost. A destination fee of $1,225 is extra. The 2023 Honda CR-V is now On-Sale now and is available across Honda dealerships near you. Build your Honda CR-V

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