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Next-gen Honda CR-V leaked ahead of its global debut

The new CR-V is expected to be offered with petrol, petrol-hybrid and mild-hybrid engine options.

The first images of the sixth-generation Honda CR-V have leaked online. It is expected to replace the current model globally later this year.

The new CR-V is 132 mm longer and 13 mm taller than the outgoing model. The wheelbase has also gone up by 39 mm to 2,701 mm.

The CR-V gets an all-new exterior that is in line with the brand's latest design philosophy. The front features a hexagonal radiator grille with a chrome strip on top. The grille is flanked by slim LED headlamps.

At the rear, Honda has retained the CR-V's familiar L-shaped tail lamps. The rear bumper has a large black cladding with twin chrome exhaust tips.

Reports suggest that the sixth-gen CR-V could be offered with a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol, a 2.0-litre hybrid and a 1.5-litre petrol mild-hybrid engine options.

Source: Autohome

 
 
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