Refreshed Honda CR V makes Middle East debut
Honda Motor Co. (Middle East and Africa office) announced the launch of the redesigned 2020 Honda CR-V, cementing its dedication to customer satisfaction through continuous improvement. In addition to a new exterior design, the refreshed CR-V receives new 18-inch alloy wheels, upgraded features and an array of new exterior colors.
The new black bumper and grille elements add a subtle dose of aggression to the design while attracting greater attention to the chrome emblem that embellishes the CR-V’s snout. Bold headlights and LED Daytime Running Lights lend it an unmistakable identity while the sportiness and refinement is carried into the back with dark-tinted taillight lenses.
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Along with the three new exterior colors (Sonic Gray Pearl, Radiant Red Metallic, and Passion Red Pearl) the refreshed CR-V gets a redesigned center console that is easier to use, with more flexible storage options, as well as an optional wireless phone charger. Other technologies include a color TFT driver information display, a 7-inch touch infotainment screen with a physical volume knob, as well as an available navigation system. The 7-inch touch screen Display Audio is compatible with Apple CarPlay and AndroidAuto platforms.
Residing under the hood of the 2020 Honda CR-V is a 2.4-litre DOHC, direct injected i-VTEC engine that is mated to a sporty continuously variable transmission (CVT) with Honda G-Shift control logic. The 2.4-liter engine generates 184-horsepower @ 6400rpm and 244NM @ 3900rpm.