2017 Honda CR-V: What’s To Come For Honda Pilot

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The 2017 Honda CR-V is set to become the best-selling vehicle for the car maker, despite the fact that at the moment the Honda Civic is at the top right now. However as the US loves crossovers it isn’t going to be too long before the CR-V takes the crown. The fifth generation has been based around the Civic and it comes packed with plenty of technology. The styling of the CR-V has also been reworked and it has been suggested that the same style will be seen on the new version of the Pilot.

With the 2017 Honda CR-V the car maker has gone for a premium look. The fascia at the front comes with plenty of chrome, while the headlights are slimmer and the LED daytime running lights along with the fog lights are now lower down.

The chrome extends to the lower panel on the doors along with roof rack and side window trim and the vehicle looks curvier around the haunches. The window in the rear is designed to flow and the taillights are dramatic and wrap around. They look great on the Honda CR-V and they are also going to look just as good when the same style is used on the Honda Pilot.

The interior has enjoyed a makeover and the volume knob has made a comeback. Fans of the Honda Pilot are hoping that the same is going to apply to the new version. The interior offers a large infotainment screen and now the climate control is easier to find thanks to it having a dedicated lace underneath the infotainment screen.

But are you hoping that the design of the Honda CR-V is going to be seen on the new version of the Honda Pilot?

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1 Comment

  1. Steve

    October 28, 2016 at 1:57 am

    Subaru is noted for its Eyesight technology, among the best in the world. What about the CRV. Will there be something similar..? I am contemplating between the Forrester against something similar or better. Thanks.