|1.5-litre, DOHC, turbocharged 4-cylinder||Engine||2.5-liter 4-cylinder|
|Automatic CVT||Transmission||Automatic 6-speed|
|Standard||Automatic Climate Control||NO|
|Standard||Dynamic Backup Camera||NO|
In a lot of ways, the CR-V and the RAV-4 offer a similar design-17-inch wheels, shark fin antenna, rear spoiler. The Toyota adds privacy glass and roof rails to set it apart, as well as a larger cargo area.
The CR-V takes the design up a notch, with angles and chrome and a flared fender that make the CR-V feel a little bit different. The design difference is also clear when you open the door, as they open wide and have nearly flat door jams to make getting in and out of the vehicle easy. Riding is also a breeze, as there’s a roomier back seat and more shoulder room throughout.
The 2017 CR-V offers the latest in-vehicle connectivity and audio performance with a new generation of advanced technologies, including the available 7-inch touchscreen Display Audio interface with Android operating system. It features a physical volume knob as well as an available new Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System, and is compatible with the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto platforms, giving customers seamless integration of key smartphone features and functions.
The 2017 CR-V also gives you the peace of mind for safety. In addition to the protection of its next-generation Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure, the new CR-V also offers the available Honda Sensing suite of driver assistive technologies (Standard on EX and higher). Features of Honda Sensing include Collision Mitigation Braking with Forward Collision Warning and pedestrian sensing capability, Road Departure Mitigation with Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control with low-speed follow and Lane Keeping Assist. Additional new driver-assistive technologies include the available Blind Spot Information, Rear Cross Traffic Monitor and Auto High Beam headlights.