What Are the Top 2015 Honda CR-V Changes?
In order to remain competitive, an automaker has to regularly update their vehicles, and we want to go over the 2015 Honda CR-V changes that make Honda’s crossover even more appealing to Mid-Missouri drivers. Unlike many models that make only token adjustments, Honda made some pretty significant updates to the CR-V to make it one of the safest, most well-equipped, and most fuel-efficient crossovers on the road.
New Honda Sensing Safety Features
As far as safety is concerned, Honda has been an industry leader for decades, and the modern era of auto safety means high-tech accident prevention technology. The new Honda Sensing technology helps bring the latest amenities that can help stop your CR-V and prevent an accident if need be, including:
- Adaptive cruise control
- Lane departure warning
- Lane keeping assistance
- Collision mitigation braking system
You can find high-tech features like these on the new Touring trim level of the CR-V, and like every other trim level, this one can be had with Honda’s all-wheel drive to give you added grip on the pavement.
Safety is a top priority for a family crossover, but you need to make sure it can fit into your budget too. The new 2.4L four-cylinder engine has significantly improved on the 2014 model in both power and fuel economy:
- The new engine offers 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque.
- 2015 Honda CR-V 2WD models have earned an EPA-estimated 34 highway mpg and 27 city mpg.*
Some drivers think that you can’t get an increase in power and fuel economy, and yet here is an engine that does just that.
Take a Test Drive
The 2015 Honda CR-V changes have managed to improve on an already impressive crossover, and we want you to see what it looks like from behind the wheel. Visit a Mid-Missouri Honda Dealer near you today to take the CR-V for a test drive; with four different trims available, we think there’s bound to be one that fits your needs.