2017 Honda CR-V Has Cleaned Up Its Ugly Act

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The 2017 Honda CR-V may not look that much different from the model it is taking over but there has been some changes. It does have a look that is sportier and it looks cleaner, with a more minimal look to the previous version. One thing that has changed, which seems to appeal to many fans, is the volume knob has made a return and this was something that fans had been missing.

It’s more about the small details for the makeover of the 2017 Honda CR-V rather than the big things. The fascia on the front has a cleaner appearance and the fog lights are now located on the bottom of the bumper. The grille is more prominent and the air vent is a bit larger. The headlights also go towards the vehicle having a much cleaner look to it.

The back of the 2017 Honda CR-V is where the sportier look comes into play with tail lights that offer a contemporary look and which now go horizontally on the tailgate. The license plate holder has been moved and the exhaust is integrated into the bumper.

The cabin of the 2017 Honda CR-V is simplified and a lot has been changed, while the climate control functions remain in place. The screen is cleaner looking by design and of course Honda have brought back the physical volume knob, which fans wanted to see make a comeback.

The steering is new and the instrument cluster has a digital LCD display. You can go for the optional leather covered dashboard and wood trim inserts. So the 2017 Honda CR-V really has been taken to a new level with some modifications that are very effective. Do you like the changes that have been made?

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