2012 Honda CR-V is an upcoming crossover. There's still only little information about the car. According to a source, figure on a naturally aspirated four-cylinder being the only engine available. It should displace 2.4 liters like today’s CR-V engine, and expected it to make between 180 and 200 hp. It should be powerful crossover to beat its rival.
For the 2012 model, fuel economy also should improve slightly; in front-drive spec, the current model is rated for 21 mpg city and 28 mpg highway. (All-wheel-drivers are rated for 21/27.)
There will be a major changes to the upcoming CR-V in the seating layout. Every CR-V has been a strictly five-seat affair. Given the long rear overhang of the car, however, it looks like there just might be room for a small third row of seats for passengers. For this 2012 CR-V, Toyota sells a three-row RAV4, but most others in the segment serve a maximum of five.
Honda promised the 2012 Honda CR-V will offer good driving dynamics, and it will be a sensible choice for Americans costumers. Yes, this next-generation CR-V will maintain the current car’s sales success. Rumored, the new CR-V will be debuted at the Los Angeles auto show this November! Stay tuned for update information about the 2012 Honda CR-V!