2015 Honda CR-V Full HD Wallpapers: The Search for Inner Space is Over

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We recently had the opportunity to test the 2015 Honda CR-V facelift so we couldn't just stick to a regular set of photos. Therefore, we took some additional shots of the car, for you to use on your PC, Mac's or smartphones, especially since the facelift affected the car's exterior. So here it is, a wide gallery of full HD wallapers with the 2015 Honda CR-V facelift.

Honda has the legacy when it comes to the CR-V, and the compact SUV born in 1995 based on Civic's platform travelled a long way but managed to make a name for itself in the segment. Other versions might have looked a bit odd when observed from certain angles, but the facelift managed to shake that off and offer what the public expects.

The changes are not significant in terms of exterior looks, but they manage to satisfy buyers desire for a slightly aggressive-looking care, coupled with a noticeable and easy-to-recognize-shape. The 2015 CR-V facelift does exactly that, but we'll let you admire the wallpapers to form an opinion.

As many would expect, the interior is the 2015 Honda CR-V facelift's main strength. Although the materials are not top-shelf, they inspire durability, and that's what matters for most Honda CR-V clients. In addition, multiple storage spaces cleverly placed around the cabin will make the CR-V a leading SUV in terms of usability in its class, especially when it comes to serving families.

The engine is also new, as a result of Honda's efforts to improve fuel efficiency but at the same time give a boost to performance. The 1.6-liter i-DTEC unit works best mated with a nine-speed automatic gearbox from ZF if we were to take Honda's word for granted. However, we got to test the six-speed manual coupled with the engine mentioned above, and the gearbox did not disappoint.

In a nutshell, it is obvious that Honda is trying to improve by working on their weaknesses and slowly turning them into strengths. Sure, such a process takes time but in the end, it's both the carmaker and the client who benefit from it. Although priced slightly higher than its competitors, the CR-V is still a choice hard to ignore in the segment. You can read more about that in our full review of the 2015 Honda CR-V facelift.
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