- New Sport Line grade introduces complex styling possibility for CR-V
- CR-V receives new e:HEV branding to strengthen its area in Honda’s e:Engineering solution line-up
- CR-V and all-new Jazz are essential to Honda’s dedication to rollout electrified technology across its mainstream European car line up by 2022
- Updates across the CR-V e:HEV variety consist of new alloy-wheel style and inside style enhancements
Honda is growing the charm of its 2021 CR-V line-up with the addition of a new Sport Line grade, featuring a sporty and complex styling preference. The refreshed CR-V variety, which options Honda’s sophisticated hybrid technology as standard, also receives new e:HEV badging to align it with the all-new Jazz e:HEV in the brand’s e:Engineering solution line-up.
The new Sport Line grade is launched along with a number of updates on all variants of the fifth era CR-V. Interior trim is up to date with a modern silver complete