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2017 Honda CR-V First Drive: More Space Inside, More Power And Efficiency, To Compete With BMW X3? [VIDEO]

Honda isn't shy about talking up the strengths of 2017 CR-V, suggesting the vehicle's natural rival is now luxury class SUVs such as the BMW X3. If a person is looking for an Urban Base Beautility, which means beauty and utility, from their compact SUV, Honda believes that person will find it in the new 2017 CR-V.

The Honda CR-V was the company's best-selling vehicle in the compact CUV segment in 2015, and the vehicle has been redesigned for 2017. The 2017 CR-V rolled out major updates such as more space inside, more power and efficiency from a new 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Owners of the 2017 Honda CR-V will now have more comfortable driving experience.

The 2017 Honda CR-V comes along with a heavily revised chassis that expands the CR-V's dimensions, a new turbocharged power plant, as well as a revamped suspension that seeks to simultaneously make both ride quality and handling much better. Also, 2017 Honda CR-V is up for grabs with more sophisticated aesthetic to blend with the crossover's range of content, Digital Trends reported.

Inside Honda's latest CR-V is thoughtfully laid out, the vehicle was appreciated with its additional actual volume knob that is intended for the seven-inch Display Audio system. Clever features inside the 2017 CR-V also includes a reconfigurable center console, a height-adjustable power rear liftgate and a two-level rear package shelf, according to Auto Blog.

As the handling of 2017 Honda CR-V has improved, riding the vehicle has also improved, particularly over the 2015 and 2016 models of CR-V. In spite of that, the 2017 Honda CR-V boasts notable improvements throughout that makes the vehicle very competitive.

The 2017 Honda CR-V does all of the important things compared to its predecessor. The 2017 Honda CR-V showed the automotive world that it's incredibly tough to beat.

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