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2020 Honda CRV Hybrid Redesign, Release Date, Colors, Changes

How 2020 Honda CR-V is going to Improve Its Competitiveness?

2020 Honda CRV Hybrid Redesign, Release Date, Colors, Changes – Among many crossover SUVs in the market nowadays, CR-V from Honda still holds a significant amount of audience. Loyal followers are excited to welcome 2020 Honda CR-V even if the previous generation was just released. American fans are especially anticipating it because of the release of its hybrid model.

There are several reasons that make this car series popular among people. It offers a lot of room to move. Its cargo capacity is also admirable. People want to see how the automaker is going to improve this notorious passenger car for the better.

2020 Honda CR-V Black Colors

2020 Honda CR-V Black Colors

What Will The 2020 Honda CR-V Look Like?

Changes, Redesign, Concept

The manufacturer plans to improve the car’s sporty look. It is done by making some changes in its exterior design. It is not going to receive a drastic modification, though, in terms of chassis or architectural structure. Compared to its predecessor, the car’s interior is going to improve its luxury vibe.

Perhaps the biggest change of 2020 Honda CR-V is the introduction of its hybrid version. The hybrid release is in line with the automaker’s aim to provide electric fuel versions for most of its products by 2030. This upgrade is certainly increasing the series’ competitiveness to its rivals.

Interior and Exterior

The front fascia of this car looks more forward than the previous versions. There are vents located on the fascia’s ends include fog lights protected by a chrome frame. There is a grille section that has a pentagonal shape.

There is no rack on top of the car. However, the buyer can easily install this feature after purchase. The wells of its wheels are lined with dark plastic with great strength. There are some new color options that can be found. Basque red pearl and dark olives metallic are among five color options for 2020 Honda CR-V.

This car is still going to be a 5-seater car. But the infotainment system receives significant improvement. The driver can control the internal system of this car through the center console. Interior material also receives the makeover.

2020 Honda CR-V Interior

2020 Honda CR-V Interior

2020 Honda CR-V Red Redesign Changes

2020 Honda CR-V Red Redesign Changes

Engine, MPG and Fuel Economy

There are two options of engines: turbo engines with 2.4 liters and 1.5 liters discharge capacity. The base version is the 2.4-liter cylinder engine with power output 184 horsepower and 180 pound-feet torque. Meanwhile, the energy efficient version produces 190 horsepower but lower torque (179 pond feet).

Honda is working on Sports mode in 2020 Honda CR-V so the car can respond better to its field. Fuel economy with FWD is 28 mpg but with all-wheel drive is 35 mpg. The car can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph within 7.5 seconds.

Trims Levels

There are several trims levels in this car which are similar to its predecessor: Touring, EX-L, EX, and LV. The automaker also introduces one more level, Sport. The LV will carry the base engine. Meanwhile, the middle tier trims get the 1.5 liters engine. The Sports level will receive tuned up the turbocharged engine.

There is no clear information about the hybrid engine of 2020 Honda CR-V. It seems like the powered battery with four cylinders will be its main engine. It is expected that the total output will be around 210 horsepower.

2020 Honda CR-V Red Release Date

2020 Honda CR-V Red Release Date

When Does 2020 Honda CR-V Come Out?

2020 Honda CR-V Release Date

It is predicted that this car will be introduced during annual shows in the USA throughout 2019. The release date of this crossover is expected to be released by the end of summer 2019.

How about the hybrid version? It is expected to come out a few months after the expected release of the car’s petrol-fueled version in the USA.

How Much Is 2020 Honda CR-V?

Price and MSRP

The base version of this car is expected to be sold at $24,760. This jump of price is not drastic but still quite noticeable if compared to the previous versions.

Depending on the trim levels of 2020 Honda CR-V, the price will vary. The high-end Touring is expected to be sold from $34,000 dollars for its features. The hybrid version will be around $2,000 to $2,500 more expensive than the gas-fueled car.

2020 Honda CR-V Colors

We predict the colors that will come out for 2020 Honda CR-V are as follows:

EXTERIOR COLORS

INTERIOR COLORS

Basque Red Pearl II Black
Crystal Black Pearl Gray
Dark Olive Metallic Ivory
Gunmetal Metallic
Lunar Silver Metallic
Modern Steel Metallic
Molten Lava Pearl
Obsidian Blue Pearl
Platinum White Pearl
Sandstorm Metallic