2014 Honda CR-V

The 2014 Honda CR-V enters the market in a slightly different form than its predecessor. It is primarily a mild refresh of the model. The changes relate primarily to the few exterior tweaks, particularly with regard to the front-and rear-end treatments, where we might see new lower fascias, revised headlamps and taillights and perhaps a more aggressive-looking front grille. Basically the car is kept comfort and safety while driving with the quality that has never been in doubt in the Honda.
2014 Honda CR-V

2014 Honda CR-V interior

Inside, Honda is likely to answer its critics by revamping the 2014 CR-V’s interior to include the use of higher-quality materials on the dashboard, doors, and center console to give it a richer look and feel. Switches and gauges might be revamped, and the vehicle could receive revised seats as well.
2014 Honda CR-V

2014 Honda CR-V engine

The 2014 Honda CR-V continue with the current engine / transmission combination, expect its fuel economy to remain steady at an EPA-estimated 23/31/26-mpg city / highway / combined with front drive and 22/30/25 mpg AWD.If with the 2014 CR-V indeed gets its own version of the Accord’s Earth Dreams 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed automatic transmission, expect those estimates to jump around to 25/34/28 mpg with front drive and 25/33/27 with AWD.
2014 Honda CR-V
The conclusion is that the Honda model 2014 Honda CR-V a little refreshed its line-up and is trying to keep up with the extremely tough competition in the market. This model will contribute to Honda retain the existing market share.

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