One of the things people love about the Honda CR-V, and they must love it because it is one of America’s best-selling SUVs, is its efficiency. The CR-V offers the interior space and convenience drivers want with the fuel economy rating that is easy on their budgets. With the new 2017 Honda CR-V, the SUV features an estimated fuel economy that’s best in its class due to the new engine in the upper trims.
What size is the 2017 CR-V new turbo engine?
For the 2017 model year, Honda has eliminated the SE trim of the CR-V, offering drivers more features on four trim levels. On the CR-V LX drivers can still enjoy the 2.4L I-VTEC engine of the 2016 CR-V, but on the EX, EX-L and Touring models drivers get an efficient 1.5L turbocharged powertrain. As with the 2016 CR-V, the new model is available in both two-wheel and all-wheel drive.
2017 CR-V vs 2016 CR-V
|2017 Honda CR-V EX||2016 Honda CR-V EX|
|Engine||1.5L Turbo||2.4L i-VTEC|
|Honda Sensing||Standard||Not Available|
|Interior Volume||105.9 cu.ft||104.1 cu.ft|
|Apple CarPlay/Android Auto||Standard||Not Available|
|Wheels||18-Inch Alloy||17-Inch Alloy|
NEW 2017 CR-V Features
- Dual Chrome Exhaust Tips
- Hands-Free Access Power Tailgate
- Discontinued SE Trim
- Honda Sensing on EX trim
- Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
- Active Shutter Grille
- Increase Interior Volume
- 1.5L Turbocharged Engine
- Standard 17-Inch Alloy Wheels
- Upgraded Premium Interior Material
The 2017 CR-V is expected to hit dealerships this winter, so stay tuned to Continental Honda for more information and arrival dates. To test drive the 2016 CR-V, schedule a test drive online or just stop in during our business hours from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.