Spy Shots: facelifted Honda CR-V gains chrome in China
Published on March 31, 2015 by Tycho de Feijter
New Spy Shots showing the facelifted Honda CR-V for China, it will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show later this month and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter. The facelift is all about shiny shiny chrome, the stuff that China loves so much, with a new grille and headlights completely surrounded by a thick chrome edge, and there is even more around the fog lights. Bumper is new too with a low and sporty grey front splitter.
This is the current Honda CR-V, looking pale in comparison. The CR-V is manufactured in China by the Dongfeng-Honda joint venture. Price starts at 193.800 yuan and ends at 262.800 yuan ($31.236 – 42.350). Engines: a 2.0 with 155hp or a 2.4 with 190hp, mated to a five-speed automatic or a CVT.
All engines and transmissions will continue in the facelifted CR-V and price will be about the same.
Look to the left for the back. Not the whole car but just enough to see new taillights and a new bumper.