THE Honda CR-V Series II has landed. Along with styling tweaks inside and out, 2WD models now come with the same equipment levels as 4WD models.
The entry-level VTi now gets Bluetooth and an upgraded reversing camera that has three modes: top-down, wide and normal. Next is the VTi-S, which boasts keyless entry and pushbutton start, lane assist (called LaneWatch at Honda) and dualzone climate control. The top model is the VTi-L, which adds sat-nav and leather upholstery.
Pricing remains unchanged.
Sadly, so does the suspension.