New and Used CR-V Prices, Honda CR-V Model Years and History

Honda CR-V Models

2020 Honda CR-V trims

2020 CR-V

The 2020 Honda CR-V is a great crossover SUV for you and your family with standard safety features, technological advancements, and great gas mileage through its small engine.

2019 Honda CR-V trims

2019 CR-V

The CR-V is stylish compact crossover with plenty to offer.

2018 Honda CR-V trims

2018 CR-V

As far as compact SUVs go, the CR-V is up there among the best for reliability and customer satisfaction.

2017 Honda CR-V trims

2017 CR-V

The CR-V continues its longstanding tradition of delivering an exceptionally well-rounded vehicle at a reasonable price.

2016 Honda CR-V trims

2016 CR-V

The best-selling Honda CR-V crossover SUV returns with slightly refreshed features for 2016.

2015 Honda CR-V trims

2015 CR-V

The popular Honda CR-V crossover is a dependable and technology enhanced crossover SUV designed to conquer on and off-road adventures.

2014 Honda CR-V trims

2014 CR-V

A compact SUV that blends utility, comfort, and safety, the 2014 Honda CRV is now standard with Pandora and automatic on/off headlights.

2013 Honda CR-V trims

2013 CR-V

Fresh off of last year's re-design, the 2013 Honda CR-V is a compact SUV with seating for five.

2012 Honda CR-V trims

2012 CR-V

Completely redesigned for 2012, the Honda CR-V is a compact SUV that offers multiple premium options and seating for five.

2011 Honda CR-V trims

2011 CR-V

The 2011 Honda CR-V enters the model year as a top-selling, smaller sport utility vehicle for the United States marketplace equipped with a considerable standard assortment of wants and needs.

2010 Honda CR-V trims

2010 CR-V

The 2010 Honda CR-V is a five-passenger compact crossover SUV that has received updates to the exterior and interior styling, as well as more power and fuel economy from the 2.4L engine.

2009 Honda CR-V trims

2009 CR-V

A top seller that makes sense, the 2009 Honda CR-V five-door SUV is safe, agile and ergonomically friendly.

2008 Honda CR-V trims

2008 CR-V

A small SUV, the 2008 Honda CR-V features a 166 hp engine that moves the vehicle smoothly while achieving over 20mpg both in the city and on the highway.

2007 Honda CR-V trims

2007 CR-V

The 2007 Honda CRV is a five-passenger crossover SUV which has been redesigned for the new model year and is available with FWD or AWD.

2006 Honda CR-V trims

2006 CR-V

The 2006 Honda CRV is a compact SUV with seating for five and is available with 2WD or 4WD.

2005 Honda CR-V trims

2005 CR-V

A five-passenger crossover SUV, the 2005 Honda CR-V is available with FWD or AWD and a choice between a manual or automatic transmission.

2004 Honda CR-V trims

2004 CR-V

A compact SUV with more interior volume than previous years, the 2004 Honda CR-V seats five passengers and is available with 2WD or 4WD.

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About CR-V

The Honda CR-V has built a reputation for being a steady, reliable vehicle for crossover buyers. Debuting in Japan for the 1996 model year, the five-passenger compact utility vehicle Honda CR-V was introduced to North America in early 1997. The Honda CR-V first appeared solely as a four-wheel drive model powered by a 126-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. In 1998, the Honda CR-V expanded to offer a lower-cost two-wheel drive model. Engine output was improved on the 1999 Honda CR-V as the four-cylinder powerplant climbing to 146 horsepower. The Honda CR-V was completely redesigned for the 2002 model year providing a new i-VTEC engine and greater cargo space. A refreshed appearance for the 2005 Honda CR-V added a new headlight design and standard 16-inch wheels. Significantly redesigned for 2007, the Honda CR-V received a conventional liftgate and a five-speed automatic transmission. Engine power for the 2007 CR-V was rated at 166 horsepower and was upgraded to 180 horsepower during a 2010 vehicle refresh. A new grille design and increased convenience equipment was also part of the 2010 Honda CR-V. The Honda CR-V received a new aerodynamic look as part of a brand-new fourth-generation model.