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Things We Like in CR-V
  • Attractive and sporty from outside
  • Top notch interiors with features loaded upto the brim
  • Excellent ride and handling
Things We Dont Like in CR-V
  • Finicky infotainment unit
  • Lack of punch in the engines
  • Relatively overpriced

Price List of CR-V

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Diesel 2WD ₹ 30.65 Lakh*
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Diesel 4WD ₹ 32.75 Lakh*
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Petrol 2WD ₹ 28.15 Lakh*
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Honda CR-V Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 21.80 - ₹ 26.97 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 21.97 - ₹ 27.16 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 21.69 - ₹ 26.87 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 22.01 - ₹ 27.20 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 21.54 - ₹ 26.69 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 24.39 - ₹ 26.68 Lakh

Colors of CR-V

CR-V is available in 7 different colors - Alabaster Silver Metallic, Urban Titanium Metallic, Carnelian Red Pearl, Taffeta White, Golden Brown Metallic, White Orchid Pearl and Modern Steel Metallic.

  • Alabaster Silver Metallic

  • Urban Titanium Metallic

  • Carnelian Red Pearl

  • Taffeta White

  • Golden Brown Metallic

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Review of CR-V

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety

Overview

Honda CR-V is a nameplate most of us are familiar with. The SUV came to the Indian shores in the year 2002 and fascinating the enthusiasts since then. The carmaker has now finally introduced the fifth generation model of CR-V to give nightmares to the rivals. The latest model was first showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo. The all-new 2018 CR-V is much bigger and comes packed with more equipment. The vehicle is now offered as a 7-seater and for the first time in the history, it comes with new diesel mill which is adequately powerful. The new Honda CR-V is expected to fulfil all the expectations that the Indian buyers have from the SUV. The company has really worked hard on the product and intents to smooth all the rough edges left in the previous generation model.
Checking the outer details, Honda CR-V gets sharp and angular design that makes it stand out among its counterparts. The all new CR-V is a grown-up baby with length increased by 47mm, width by 35mm, and the wheelbase by. But the outer profile somewhat looks similar to the outgoing model. The changes provided in the vehicle are its all-LED headlamps which looks more technical. The edges on the bonnet add to the brawny stance while its squared wheel arches also add a bit of character. From the sides, chrome details on the black cladding make the car look rugged.
At the back, its L-shaped tail lamps is a true eye catcher and do have a strong road presence as well. Honda CR-V is offered in various colours such as White Orchid Pearl, Golden Brown Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, Radiant Red and Modern Steel Metallic. Dimensionally, the car now measures 4592mm in length, 1855mm in width, 1679mm (1689 AWD) in height while the wheel base and ground clearance stands at 2660mm and 208mm (198mm 2WD) respectively.
Talking about the interiors, the first glance can surely left anyone awestruck. The material utilized this time is of high quality and there is a sense of Euro premiumness in the car. The seats are comfortable and are covered with ivory leather upholstery. The use of faux wood trim on door pads, dimple piano black colour strip that streaks all across the dash and grain of the leather are some of the simple touches but enhances the overall looks of the cabin. The CR-V gets 7-inch touchscreen display along with navigation, it also supports Android auto and Apple CarPlay. There is also a TFT LCD instrument cluster, front seat gets 4-way power adjustable option, one-touch power moonroof, and dual-zone climate control. Other features included are automatic headlamps, cruise control, rear parking sensor, rain sensing wipers, 8-way electrically adjustable driver’s seat, push engine start, remote engine start, auto dimming IRVM and automatic rain sensing wipers.
Under the hood, Honda CR-V is available in both petrol and diesel trims for the buyers to choose from. The new 1.6L diesel engine is capable of generating power output of 120PS and peak torque of 300Nm. The mill comes mated to 9-speed automatic transmission. The 2.0L petrol oil burner can churn the power output of 154PS and belts out the maximum torque of 189Nm. The motor comes paired with the CVT. Honda CR-V delivers ARAI certified mileage figures of 19.5kmpl for diesel, 18.3kmpl for diesel 4WD and 14.4kmpl for the petrol trim.
Safety comes first and Honda knows this phrase well. The carmaker has loaded the CR-V with array of safety aspects such as 6 SRS airbags, Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), Agile handling assist (AHA), Brake Assist, Hill Start Assist (HSA) and Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA). Other aspects include rear parking sensors, Electronic Parking Brake along with Auto Brake Hold, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), Walk Away auto lock, Lanewatch Camera, ISOFIX child seat anchor, and driver attention monitor.
Honda CR-V is available in 3 variants they are CR-V diesel 2WD, CR-V diesel 4WD and CR-V petrol 2WD. In terms of pricing, the 2WD variant for the petrol is offered at the price tag of Rs. 28.15 lakh while for the diesel its tagged at Rs. 30.65 lakh. The 4WD trim with diesel powertrain is available at the price tag of Rs. 32.75 lakh, ex-showroom. The new Honda CR-V is introduced to rival Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Outlander, Ford Endeavour, Skoda Kodiaq, Volkswagen Tiguan and Hyundai Tucson in the segment.

Interior

For the beginners, the new Honda CR-V can cast a spell on. The understated design shows the sense of premiumness of a European car. Quality is no doubt topnotch with the grain of the leather, faux wood trim and modest piano black strip streaking across the dashboard, are some of the elegant touches. Moreover, the seats and the door pads featuring ivory leather are changes made specifically for the Indian carbuyers.
The carmaker has added a sci-fi experience by including a 7-inch digital display which in every sense looks futuristic. The panel offers easy-to-read information including trip details, AWD torque indicator and various alerts related to driver attention. Further, the futuristic feel can be seen in the form of buttons which replaces the conventional gear stick, really cool.
The highlight on the center console is the 7-inch touchscreen infotainment which has right to some extent make the dashboard uncluttered as it also incorporates controls for the air vents. It is also compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and it’s quite snappy. The system also supports voice control and can be connected to Bluetooth as well. The decibels are provided by 4-speakers and 2 tweeters which does the job quite well. There is also a front HDMI port for connecting your compatible gadgets.
Coming from the stable of Japanese automaker, the SUV has to be practical, durable and a benchmark for quality. There is a storage bin in the midst of the front seats that loudly speaks of the level of introspection given to the car. The sliding storage can be used to dump the smartphones and can be played around with to create three different configurations. Besides two USB ports at the front console, the second row also gets two 2.5 Amp USB ports. The last row misses on the charging point altogether but it does offer cup holders and stowage boxes.
Moving to the space and comfort, the front seats are really cozy while the second row is best for average sized adults as they will find it cushioned and the ambience around as airy. There is single-pull handles provided in the boot for flipping the second row forward which is a nice feature. Coming to the third row, it is best for children and the average sized adults will find the seating position uncomfortable as there is lack of under thigh support and headroom. Surprisingly, there is no power tailgate opening in the Indian CR-V.
There is lack of boot space in the diesel variant as the seats do not folds flat on to the floor. However, there is height adjustable function that helps in getting things right while stowing luggage. The car does not lack in feel good aspects as the driver’s seat is 8-way electrically adjustable. Then there is 2-zone climate control which works brilliantly and a panoramic sunroof that extends all the way to the second row giving a clear view of what’s going up there.
The new Honda CR-V features 3-spoke leather steering wheel which also gets updated mounted controls for audio, telephony and cruise. Other premium features in the car include push engine start/stop button, auto-dimming rear view mirror, remote engine start, rear ac vents and auto rain sensing wipers among others. Overall, Honda has added many things to the kitty this time around which has certainly ramped up its interior appeal.

Exterior

Agree with this or not but Honda has earned some brownie points in terms of looks of the new CR-V. You would like to give compliment to the vehicle as it’s now bigger (by 47mm), wider (by 35mm) and the wheelbase has also been extended (by 40mm) to accommodate the third row. But if we exclude the derriere, the new CR-V is quite reminiscent to the older version. However, in flesh the vehicle is more emphatic and confident. At the front, the all-LED headlight setup lends it a more technical look. The edges on the hood appear to be more pronounced, adding to the muscular looks. The signature grille gets a thick treatment of chrome while the slim LED daytime running lights add to the dazzle.
Looking at the side profile, you can surely point out that the vehicle is visibly longer than the predecessor. The squared-off wheel arches add to the muscular looks and the 18-inch dual-toned alloy wheels are larger wearing a wider rubber than the outgoing car. The chrome highlights on the black cladding is fresh and lends a rugged appeal to the vehicle. It’s the rear where you can clearly differentiate the new CR-V from the earlier one. The sleek L-shaped tail lamps seems to be nicely flowing down from the spoiler, twirls at the waist line before slotting beneath the chrome bar on the tailgate.
Overall, the new CR-V is quite toned and strikes a fine balance between sophistication and delicacy. It will surely attract eyeballs on the road.

Mileage Running Cost

Honda has improved the fuel efficiency department as well. The diesel powered CR-V is able to deliver 19.3kmpl while the 4WD variant with the same diesel engine can return 18.3kmpl, certified by ARAI. On the other hand, the petrol version delivers claimed fuel efficiency of 14.4kmpl. On paper the figures looks good but still in real world driving conditions, you can expect good return.

Comfort Suspension

The real talking point of the car has to be the ride and handling. Irrespective of the engine and 2WD or 4WD drive system, the car scores well in all the areas. Despite of the increased proportions this time around, the agility remains uncompromised. The car throws at corners brilliantly while steering wheel is trustable especially when it comes to instructing front-wheels.
The feel inside the cabin is calm and relaxing and the way it even out the noise from outside is really commendable. The suspension setup is permeable at all speeds. The car effortlessly glides over the rough patches while the wrecked sections on the highways and the big bumps are fleshed out gracefully. And with 208mm of ground clearance, the car is ready to face-off the real India.

Engine Performance

The new Honda CR-V gets some changes under the hood as well. Both the diesel and petrol power options are available which are unique within their area of working. The diesel engine has a slight edge over the petrol as the former is available with the 2WD and 4WD options, the latter come only with the 2WD system. And what’s more interesting is that the diesel powered CR-V is available for the first time in India which is good move by the carmaker looking at the competition.
Coming straight to the engine and performance, the 1.6L 4-cylinder i-DTEC turbocharged diesel unit comes from the EarthDreams family of engines. The engine pumps out 120PS and 300Nm of torque which though looks underpowered on paper, the 9-speed automatic transmission compensate the loss right to some extent. The car feel relaxed whether you are commuting in cities or cruising fearlessly at highways. However, for people who are in a hurry might demand more response from the gearbox.
Then there are paddles on the steering wheel that offers more control to the driver. However, here also the hurried drivers will miss the punch he would be expecting in such a car. For a more lively driving experience, one may want to opt for the 2WD variant, this may quench their thirst for more power. The good thing is that the lighter kerb weight helps in connecting to the front wheels more quickly. In short, if you drive the diesel CR-V in a measured manner, you will realize its true refinement and easy going nature.
Coming to the petrol engine, the 2.0L 4-cylinder i-VTEC produces 154PS and 189Nm of torque. And ironically, the petrol version seems less impressive than the diesel one. The power figures are not imposing as far as the class of the car is concerned. However, in terms of city commuting, for most people it will be sufficient enough to get through the hustle and bustle. As there are no paddle shifters in the petrol variant, the drivers might feel out of experience. But the CVT gearbox does add to the smoothness.

Braking Safety

The braking system in the SUV are well calibrated which gives excellent stopping power to the vehicle. Further, with the presence of electronic aids such as ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, you can confidently stop the car at any given point of time. The safety aspects in the car include 6 SRS airbags, Vehicle Stability Assist, Hill Assist, Agile Handling Assist, Walk Away Auto-Lock, ISOFIX seat mounts, emergency stop signal and rear parking sensors.
A special mention is needed for the LaneWatch system which relays the feeds from the camera placed at passenger’s side ORVM to the infotainment unit, thus eliminating blind spots and notifying the driver about the surroundings. Another interesting feature is the Driver Attention Monitor which alerts the driver through sound and vibration when it detects low level of alertness.
Further, the sense of surety is added by Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure which among other safety aspects, helped the car grab 5-star safety rating in ASEAN NCAP crash test.

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  • What is the price of Honda CR-V?

    On road prices of Honda CR-V in New Delhi starts from ₹ 30.65 Lakh for base variant Diesel 2WD, while the top spec variant Petrol 2WD costs at ₹ 28.15 Lakh.

    Variant Price
    Diesel 2WD ₹ 30.65 Lakh
    Diesel 4WD ₹ 32.75 Lakh
    Petrol 2WD ₹ 28.15 Lakh

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