Honda is a revolutionary brand. Specifically because, time-after-time, they’ve been able to reinvent themselves in new and exciting directions. So when it was announced that Honda has the CR-V hybrid crossover featuring soon for the 2023 model year, it’s a fact that everyone you know gotgoosebumps.
It’s true: the top-selling CR-V is rolling into dealerships later this year. Honda announced this while teasing new photos of what the latest model will look like.
More details are imminent but the basic beans and potatoes of it are how there will be an advanced hybrid powertrain, giving off a modern-edge to the classic driving experience. What’s more, the hybrid powertrain does it’s damnedest to join a 2.0-liter inline-4 with a pairing of electric motors to boot out about 212 horsepower with an All-Wheel-Drive.
Now, from what the photos suggest, this CR-V has a larger size than the original model, measured up at 185.1 inches in length, versing 182.1 inches. CR-V models are sometimes offered with third row-seats, so this could be a possibility for Honda and their next big thing.
Will the Honda CR-V from 2023, be a top-seller once more?
2022’s model year shows that the Honda CR-V can still make bank as the crossover has generally made 350,000 yearly sales since 2017. And with how terrifying the pandemic has been, that hasn’t affected Honda in the slightest. Last year’s sales? 361,271.
What are some features that might be brought from 2022 into 2023?
2022 showed off heated front seats, blind-spot monitoring, heated front-seats, dual-zone climate control and a power-adjustable driver’s seat.
Reviews all across the board made it known that the hybrid drivetrain of yesteryear was beyond impressive. The car makes for a comfortable experience overall with a wide-open throttle and a noise-cancelling sensibility. Making this model the ideal crossover. This is the safest car that you can use. The crossover has a stylish SUV with slim-like headlamps and an even lower fascia. The 2023 model is going to keep the vertical lighting elements, as well as adorning a hybrid badge. Honda is going to continue offering the CR-V with a gasoline-electric powertrain. Furthermore, the CR-V arrives while Honda has a “Year Of The SUV” promotion. The company is looking to use for the HR-V this year, which is continually slotted underneath the CR-V of the Honda 2023 lineup.
There’s no real idea of when the vehicle will roll out to sell, but chances are it will be sometime in the Summertime. This Honda CR-V is going to be such a nice addition to the Crossover community.