Spotted earlier today in Kuala Lumpur, here we can see a few of the SUV being prepped for delivery. Overall, it looks about the same as its predecessor but with additional touches on the exterior - including a slightly redone front fascia and 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels.
Round the back, there's smoked LED combination tail lamps and new tail pipe finishing for the dual-exit exhausts. Small but neat changes make the new CR-V look a smidge more premium than the outgoing model.
Note that we're looking at the 4WD CR-V, which comes with the full suite of Honda Sensing advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS):
- Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
- Road Departure Mitigation
- Forward Collision Warning
- Collision Mitigation Braking System
- Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow
- Auto High Beam
Hands-free powered tailgate will also be available.
Standard across the range will be leather seats and Honda LaneWatch. Lots of kit in this new CR-V, and if you're in the market for a car like this it's worth waiting for.