Introducing The All-New 2017 Honda CR-V

January 11th, 2017 by

Since it first came to America in 1997, the Honda CR-V has been making a name for itself as one of the most dependable, efficient vehicles on the market. As one of the first crossovers on the market, Honda knows how important it is to continue building the CR-V in a way that maintains its roots of reliable, roomy transportation while embracing new technology. With a fresh update for 2017, we can happily report that the CR-V is still the same great crossover it’s always been, just with more technology and safety features. Here are some of the highlights of the 2017 model:

Updated exterior. The exterior of the CR-V is brand new. Honda has taken the same look of the 2016 CR-V and given it a more athletic look. The result is an attractive crossover that commands attention everywhere it goes, all while maintaining a mature, modern aesthetic.

Increased Technology. The 2016 CR-V already had fantastic 5-star Overall Vehicle Score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)1, but Honda didn’t let that stop them from making the CR-V even safer. With the exception of the base LX model, all Honda CR-Vs come standard with Honda Sensing™, a package of safety features that are designed to help drivers avoid accidents. Additionally, Apple Car Play and Android Auto are now standard on EX and above trims.

New Engine Option. While Honda is carrying over the 2.4 liter 4-cylinder engine from 2016, a new 1.5 liter turbo engine is going to be offered for 2017! This engine is expected to increase the power and efficiency of the CR-V – we can’t wait to feel the difference for ourselves on a test drive!

Whether you want a brand new CR-V or are looking for a used model, the team here at Freedom Honda is here to help make your purchase experience hassle-free and enjoyable. With one of the largest inventory of Hondas in Colorado, we have the car vehicle you’ve been searching for. Stop by today or give us a call!


[1] Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s New Car Assessment Program ( Model tested with standard side airbags (SAB).

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