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Wednesday, September 07, 2016

By Kriti Gupta

Made for India Honda CR-V captured camouflaged in U.S

Honda CR-V has been one of the bestselling vehicles by Japanese car maker Honda Motors and now the company is getting ready to bring the fifth generation of SUV soon in global market. According to recent reports the vehicle has been spied on various occasions going for test drives. The reports revealing information regarding the generation next say that in its new avatar CR-V undergoes dynamic changes and looks more aggressive and dynamic as compared to its ongoing version. Recently once again the camouflaged CR-V is reported to caught by spies going under test runs. The SUV is anticipated to first hit the US. Roads and then sometimes next year in Indian car market.
 
Honda CR-V Side View
 
Developed on modular platform the new Honda CR-V will be empowered with four engine options including 1.5 litre turbocharged petrol engine outsourced from Honda Civic, 2.0 litre turbocharged taken from generation next Civic-R, 2.0 litre and 2.4 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine. It is assumed that along with these engine configurations the Indian bound version of CR-V will also get 1.6 litre diesel engine option. It is speculated that the 65% of CR-V for Indian car market will manufactured locally.

Honda CR-V Rear View
 
As far as other features that would be adorned in new Honda CR-V are concerned nothing has been so far revealed by the car maker. However it is grapevine that the new variant of CR-V will be boosted with either seven seat configuration or three row seat. This trim although is expected to be offered in countries where left hand drive system is in practice. The India bound version will be offered with five seat option so as to make the interiors more spacious than its erstwhile model. As far now in Indian car market, the Japanese car maker plans to launch Brio and generation next Accord sometimes during the forthcoming festive season.

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