“Cross Over” Into the Utility and Style of the 2017 Honda CR-V

If you’ve heard of the 2017 Honda CR-V, you probably know that it’s all-new this year. But if you’ve been wondering about whether or not you should “cross over” into this new CUV, there are plenty of reasons to! After taking on even-more eye-catching looks this year, it also raises the bar in comfort, technology, and safety.

Honda hasn’t changed the overall shape of the CR-V, but its front end is certainly a fresh treatment. On the inside, the automaker has worked their magic to ensure the crossover’s reputation for having a lot of space remains—there’s 76 cu-ft with the seats down—and there’s also USB ports in the front and back. Rear seat passengers also enjoy more leg room than ever!

Since many buy the CR-V for their families, safety is paramount, and Honda has delivered by making its Sensing suite standard. Blind-spot monitoring is standard, replacing the old Lanewatch system, and there’s also a complimentary rear view camera on every trim. The base engine is the same, but those who opt for the EX trim and up get a new 1.5-liter turbocharged unit with 190 horsepower and 179 lb-ft of torque. Of course, AWD is a widely-available option.

To explore the new CR-V in person, we invite you to schedule a test drive with our Honda dealership in Great Falls, MT when it’s convenient. We can answer any questions you may have over the phone, or at your appointment.

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