Here's what we know.
Sport-utility vehicle sales are on the rise. The days of the sedan, as far as we know it right now, are over.
People want more space, to be in an elevated seating position and to feel safe. Sedans just aren't cutting the mustard in that respect these days.
Vehicles like the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Ford Escape, Chevrolet Equinox and Nissan Rogue, however, do meet those needs. And, guess what? They're in demand. It's no wonder that all of the aforementioned are either all-new or getting refreshed with the latest and greatest thinking.
The CR-V is our subject now mostly because it was just unveiled and will be reaching dealers before the end of the year. Featured in this extensive video review, the 2017 CR-V is thoroughly covered. Though the clip is over 25 minutes, I think it's a MUST watch if you're considering putting on in your driveway.
All that said, have a look below!
A complete remake for a very important model. Honda makes very big changes to its best-selling CR-V for 2017. Starting with a new chassis, turbo engine, and luxurious new cabin. With over 4 million sales globally since coming to market in 1997, it looks as if the new CR-V will have no trouble holding its place as the top-selling player in the compact crossover segment. Expect to find it at your local Honda dealer in the US starting in December 2016.