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Honda set to introduce a seven-seat CR-V for 2018

The Japanese manufacturer have revealed plans of a new, bigger CR-V for its next version of the model which we should see within 2 years.

Honda have taken steps to ensure their biggest SUV on sale in Europe becomes even bigger. Now, heading into it’s fifth generation, the CR-V is expected to be based on a new platform and boast a whole new range of engines. Honda are targeting a more upmarket audience for the CR-V and hopes to see it in showrooms as near as 2018.

Below the bonnet there are a host of changes. Honda have recently debuted a new 1.0 litre three-cylinder engine as well as the 1.5 i-VTEC engine on the new Honda Civic. Speaking of the Civic, the manufacturer has also updated the 1.6 litre diesel for the Civic and it’s likely the new CR-V could offer all these as well as a possible two larger engines, one of which could be a revised 2.0 litre petrol engine with impressive performance. As with all new models, there is a sense of anticipation with regards to a plug-in hybrid version but as of yet nothing has been confirmed although it does seem likely.

The CR-V will still boast four-wheel drive and the nine-speed automatic gearbox as options which will help boost economy, although standard models will still come with front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual set-up.

There’s no doubt about it, the Honda bosses will be looking towards upgraded tech in the latest CR-V but with it being two years away we are yet to hear any word of what features it might offer. The CR-V will be built side-by-side the new HR-V in Japan and we can expect more and more information over the coming months as we draw closer to the release date so keep your eyes peeled.

Added: 30 June 2016

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