2018 Honda CR-V May Beat Honda Civic Easily

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One thing that the Honda CR-V lacks is inspiration. It offers plenty for those who want a vehicle for driving around town, but then there are many other choices on the market. What is needed is some excitement to make Honda stand out from the competition.

This is one reason why the 5th generation of the Honda CR-V may be designed along the same lines as that of the Honda Civic. The design would come with a huge dollop of sportiness, which is has taken from the compact sedan.

The 2018 Honda CR-V may offer up the gas turbocharged engine along with a plug-in variation and if it did then it might just become the king of compact SUVs.

If this happened it would have what it needs to beat the Honda Civic and the Honda Accord. The crossover is right now struggling behind the sedans for sales.

The Honda CR-V may also be pushed by the SUV crossover market momentum, which should send it soaring and put it in front of the sedans, which at the moment of top sellers.

But if the redesign of the Honda Civic does become a big hit, just as it did for compact sedan, the Honda CR-V could become huge when it comes to commercial success and more so due to the fact that three row models do have more widespread appeal.

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1 Comment

  1. Richard Prior

    August 17, 2016 at 4:17 am

    Honda’s engineering remains unmatched.

    My CRV is 10yrs old and hasn’t skipped a beat.

    2.2 CDTi Diesel engine is both economic and punchy. Around town it has more punch than my 3.0 ltr 5 Series