Honda CR-V Lights

    About Honda CR-V Lighting

    The Honda CR-V was introduced for the first time at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995. This model was one of the first models of the Honda in the SUV class. The main advantages of this fast-growing segment of vehicles are the size and excellent features. The CR-V is designed for driving on paved roads. Certainly, this vehicle has a distinctive design of the SUV class. The quality of the CR-V fully meets the expectations of Honda fans. It is really a universal vehicle with great technical characteristics; the CR-V has the perfect balance between functionality of a passenger vehicle and SUV safety.

    Though, sometimes even reliable things could be broken or damaged. So, what to do if you got problems with your Honda CR-V’s lighting? The right answer is to ask our professional CARiD team for help! You can easily find a full assortment of lighting parts for your CR-V on our website, and we guarantee a great price and high quality of all lighting products, such as headlights, tail lights, car bulbs, off-road lights, etc. We only cooperate with the well-known automotive manufacturers, like Replace, Lumen, Sylvania, etc. Make your order on our website and light up your Honda CR-V!

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    Honda CR-V News
    New Honda CR-V to Debut This Year
    New Honda CR-V to Debut This Year

    2012 Honda CR-V is on its way. Japanese automaker will introduce its new five-seat crossover this fall.

    The upgraded CR-V will receive minor interior changes, bland exterior styling, and some engine modifications. The crossover is expected to have four-cylinder engine producing between 180 and 200 horsepower. The previous model is equipped with 2.4-liter power unit. The upgraded CR-V will be lighter than the current model and has an improved fuel efficiency that will push the vehicle to 30 mpg. The fuel consumption of the previous model is rated at 21 mpg/city, 28 mpg/highway. The next generation 2012 Honda CR-V is expected to be equipped with a new i-MID telematics system.

    It looks like Honda competes with the Mitsubishi Outlander, BMW X1, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Toyota Fortuner. The 2012 Honda CR-V is expected to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show.