The all-new fifth-generation Honda CR-V, available in four trim levels across two engine choices including the company's new 1.5-litre VTEC Turbo engine. The new Honda CR-V brings premium features to a mainstream model, including Adaptive Cruise Control, digital meter cluster, LED headlights and a turbocharged engine.
Honda has dropped its 2.4-litre i-VTEC petrol engine for its higher spec models, replacing it with a 1.5-litre VTEC Turbo engine that churns out 193 PS and 243 Nm. The entry-level Honda CR-V is powered by a 2.0-litre SOHC i-VTEC engine, carried over from the predecessor, pushing out 154 PS and 189 Nm. Both engines are mated to the company's continuously variable transmission (CVT), with drive sent to either the front or all four wheels, depending on specification.
All new Honda models come with a 5-year, unlimited mileage warranty and even free labour fees at certain service intervals.
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- Body Type: SUV
- Transmission: Automatic
- Engine Capacity: 1498 cc - 1997 cc
- Fuel Type: petrol
- Seat Capacity: 5
- Price: RM 139,913 - RM 162,910
17 Sep 2020
Review: Honda CR-V 1.5 TC-P – All-Round Predictability
With that said however, the rest of the CR-V’s cabin was well put together and controls were laid out in an easy to reach manner. When it comes to usability, there’s little to fault here. Take, for example, the centre console storage which is massive enough to swallow an entire handbag. As a family SUV, it is only natural for the CR-V to offer family-focused amenities, and it delivers. The rear seats offer great comfort as the cushions are sufficiently comfortable while the seat backs can be reclined. Legroom, headroom, and shoulder room are also generous for most families. Comfort is further supplemented by rear air vents located on the rear of the centre console.View full review
03 Jul 2018
Honda CR-V AWD – Chart-topping Surefooted Practicality
Another aspect where the all-new CR-V reigns supreme over the Mazda CX-5 is its infotainment system, as its 7-inch Advanced Display Audio system supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto right out of the box. Unfortunately for Mazda owners, both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto have yet to be formally introduced here.View full review
27 Feb 2018
2017 Honda CR-V – Calculated Superiority
The engine, like any other Honda product bearing the fabled VTEC name, is eager to rev and punchy, to say the least – but note, it isn’t like the buzzing banshee B- or K-Series four-cylinder engines of the past. But it does serve to mimic the performance characteristics of a larger 2.4- or 2.5-litre engine, which is no bad thing. The gearbox likewise will assume a stepped (geared-like) response under heavy throttle for best results.View full review
User Review of Honda CR-V
Modern design superb
Very good handling
Style meet expectations
The Best Family Car