The favored Honda CR-V has been up to date for the 2021 mannequin 12 months in Australia, benefiting from a sequence of expertise and security updates.
An important improve pertains to fashions geared up with Honda’s 1.5-liter VTEC turbo engine, as they now all come as normal with the Honda Sensing suite, which incorporates superior security and driver-assist applied sciences.
The Japanese automaker has geared up the 2021 CR-V with up to date entrance and rear bumpers, a darkish chrome tailgate garnish, dark-tinted taillight lenses and a black grille. There may be additionally a brand new 18-inch wheel design for VTi X, VTi L AWD, and VTi L7 fashions, whereas the higher-end VTi LX AWD receives a particular 19-inch wheel design with a light-weight gray end.
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Honda has additionally added Ignite Crimson metallic and Cosmic Blue metallic as further paint choices, becoming a member of the prevailing Platinum White pearlescent, Lunar Silver metallic, Good Sport Blue metallic, Fashionable Metal metallic and Crystal Black pearlescent.
Within the cabin, Honda has fitted a redesigned heart console with improved storage and comfort options, together with simpler entry to telephone and USB ports. Sure variations additionally obtain a wi-fi charging pad and a hands-free energy tailgate.
A complete of seven CR-V variants will likely be provided for 2021. The vary kicks off at AU$30,490 (US$21,766) for the entry-level Vi geared up with a 2.0-liter naturally-aspirated i-VTEC engine. Subsequent up within the vary is the VTi, VTi 7, and VTi X, all with a 1.5-liter VTEC turbo engine and priced at AU$33,490 (US$23,908), AU$35,490 (US$25,336), and AU$35,990 (US$25,693) respectively. Different fashions embody the AU$40,490 (US$28,906) CR-V VTi L AWD, the AU$43,490 (US$31,047) VTi L7, and the flagship VTi LX AWD that’s priced at AU$47,490 (US$33,903).