2014 Honda CR-V Review and Specs – This is the latest information about the 2014 Honda CR-V release date, interior, exterior, price, and engine. Luxury cars are reaching new heights in terms of elegance, has elegant shape, quality, and performance of the car is very suitable for driving. This year, Honda brand has issued a new car. That’s why latestcarrelease.com will provide the most accurate information about the 2014 Honda CR-V.
Honda introduces the new 2014 model Honda CR-V that will provide safety and driving comfort with the undisputed quality.Don’t expect major styling changes even with a model-year 2014 CR-V update. We could see a few exterior tweaks, particularly with regard to the front- and rear-end treatments, where we might see new lower fascias, revised headlamps and taillights and perhaps a more-aggressive looking front grille.
Meanwhile some rumors told that 2014 Honda CRV release date will be in late this year. The new 2014 Honda CR-V will probably come with few exterior changes, particularly with regard to the front- and rear-end treatments, where we might see new lower fascias, revised headlamps and taillights and perhaps a more-aggressive looking front grille. Inside, Honda will include the use of higher-quality materials on the dashboard, doors, and center console to give it a richer look and feel. Switches and gauges might be revamped, and the vehicle could receive revised seats as well. We expect the current trim levels to remain status quo with the 2014 CR-V, including the base LX, well-equipped EX, and leather-clad EX-L models in both front- and all-wheel-drive (AWD) versions.
2014 Honda CRV will most likely be at dealerships in the fall of 2013, and most likely we can expect minimal price increase, in order to this model remain competitive on the market. This roughly means that the price will range from about $ 23.750 for the LX, $ 26.750 for EX, and $ 29,750 for the EX-L trim package.
The new 2014 Honda CRV will probably come with few exterior changes, particularly with regard to the front- and rear-end treatments, where we might see new lower fascias, revised headlamps and taillights and perhaps a more-aggressive looking front grille. Basic version of Honda CR-V 2014 is enriched with new features, although its predecessors already have a lot of equipment, as you may know. Some of the features include rear DVD entertainment system, keyless ignition, Bluetooth phone and music streaming, a USB iPod interface, a rearview backup camera.
The CR-V’s interior is less futuristic and more elegant than that of other recent Honda vehicles. The dashboard flows downwards from either side to the center stack, which features a simple layout with relatively few buttons. A large center console storage bin provides enough space to stow a full-size purse, while the 37.2 cubic-foot-trunk aft of the rear seats provides enough room to swallow truly bulky items. The rear seats are 60/40 split folding units that can be folded to increase carrying capacity to a cavernous 70.9 inches.
When someone buys a Honda they expect good fuel economy, reliability and safety. For 2014, the CR-V addresses the safety leg of that trio with VSA, an electronic stability control system, an Anti-lock Braking System with Brake Assist, side-curtain airbags and front-side airbags with a passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System. Dual front airbags are also fitted as standard.
Assuming Honda chooses to equip the 2014 CR-V with the Accord’s Earth Dreams engine, it will be a 2.4-liter four-cylinder that will probably generate around 181 horsepower (compared to 185 with the model-year 2013 version), but with a slightly more torque at around 177 pound-feet (versus 163), which should make the vehicle feel faster from a standing start. With the new powerplant the 2014 CR-V should become more fuel-efficient as well (see below). A revamped 2014 Honda CRV could also receive a six-speed automatic transmission, which is already being offered in the 2013 Accord and the crossover’s upscale equivalent at Acura, the RDX. The six-speed would likely shift more smoothly and afford better fuel economy than the 2013 version’s five-speed gearbox. While the Accord also offers a six-speed manual transmission with its four-cylinder engine, we don’t expect there’s enough interest in the marketplace to warrant making the stick shift available on the CR-V.