2017 Honda CR-V: Starts at $24k, all have 1.5L turbo except base LX

The fifth generation Honda CR-V has gone on sale in the US, and it has a bigger, more stylish body, better handling, and a turbo engine on most models.


Only the base CR-V LX is powered by a 2.4-liter naturally aspirated 4-cylinder engine with 184hp (137kW) at 6,400rpm, and 180 lb-ft (244Nm) at 3,900rpm.

The EX, EX-L, EX-L with Nav, and Touring have a 1.5-liter turbo I4 with 190hp (142kW) at 5,600rpm, and 179 lb-ft (243Nm) at 2,000 to 5,000rpm.

On the 2017 CR-V FWD is standard, AWD is a US$1,300 option, and all models come with a CVT.

Available features include adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, drive attention monitoring, active shutter grille, 18-inch wheels, dual exhausts, and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system.

Pricing (MSRP)

  • LX – US$24,045
  • EX – US$26,695
  • EX-L – $US$29,195
  • EX-L with Nav – US$30,195
  • Touring – US$32,395

All models above are FWD, AWD is an additional US$1,300.

Dimensions

Length: 180.6 inches | 4,587mm
Width: 73 inches | 1,854mm
Height (FWD): 66.1 inches | 1,679mm
Height (AWD): 66.5 inches | 1,689mm
Wheelbase: 104.7 inches | 2,659mm

Trunk space (seats up): 39.2 cu-ft | 1,110L
Trunk space (seats down): 75.8 cu-ft | 2,146L



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Joshua Thompson

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2017 Honda CR-V: Starts at $24k, all have 1.5L turbo except base LX