Honda CR-V with minor camouflage was spotted testing in Southern Europe. This is part of the mid-cycle facelift for the CR-V which is expected to be launched in the first half of 2015.
The test mule spotted reveals that the maximum changes will be made to the front-end and the revisions to the rear will be minimal. It is hard to fathom the depth of the changes, but by the looks of it, the bumper is different and the grille looks new, so does the headlights and fog lamps. The rear still looks the same and might get a new bumper and minor revisions to the tail lamps. The mule spotted is a European-specification model, according to the source, but most of the cosmetic changes will be common with the international versions. Also, the source adds that the dashboard was covered which hints at minor revisions to the interiors as well.
The fourth generation CR-V made its Indian debut in early 2013. With Honda concentrating on the volume sellers, the updated CR-V won’t reach our market before 2016.