Hybrid Touring shown in Modern Steel Metallic.

Introducing the First-Ever CR-V Hybrid:
Coming Early 2020

The first-ever CR-V Hybrid takes the design and versatility of the decade's best-selling crossover[1] and adds an advanced hybrid powertrain with standard AWD and 212HP for an electrifying ride. The CR-V and CR-V hybrid were named the 2020 Green SUV™ of the Year by Green Car Journal[6]

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The First-Ever CR-V Hybrid:
Coming Early 2020

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The first-ever CR-V Hybrid takes the design and versatility of the decade's best-selling crossover and adds an advanced hybrid powertrain with standard AWD and 212HP for an electrifying ride. The CR-V and CR-V hybrid were named the 2020 Green SUV™ of the Year by Green Car Journal

Striking New Details

The CR-V has always had a sleek, modern look, but we’ve taken it to another level for the CR-V Hybrid. It’s distinctive blue-accented Honda logos reflect its electrified personality. And with LED headlights and available 19-inch alloy wheels, this hybrid crossover has been designed to impress.

Tech Meets Comfort

Take control of the CR-V Hybrid with Econ, Sport and EV drive modes in the comfort of a modern, ergonomic interior. The Hybrid also offers an available wireless phone charger and leather-trimmed seats.

Tech Meets Comfort

Take control of the CR-V Hybrid with Econ, Sport and EV drive modes in the comfort of a modern, ergonomic interior. The Hybrid also offers an available wireless phone charger[2] and leather-trimmed seats.

The CR-V Hybrid Offers:

  • Honda Sensing® Standard on All Trims
  • Real Time AWD™ Standard on All Trims
  • Two-Motor Hybrid Powertrains
  • Sport, Econ, and EV Drive Modes
  • Easy Fold-Down 60/40 Split Rear Seatback
  • LED Headlights Standard on All Trims
  • Available Hands-Free Access Power Tailgate
  • Available Apple CarPlay® Integration[3]
  • Available Android Auto™ Integration[4]
  • Available Wireless Phone Charger[5]
Honda Sensing Standard

Advanced Safety With Honda Sensing®

Standard on every CR-V, the Honda Sensing® suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies is designed to alert you to things you might miss while driving.

Honda Sensing Standard

Collision Mitigated Braking System™ (CMBS™)

Helps bring your Passport to a stop by automatically applying brake pressure when the system determines a frontal collision is unavoidable.

Honda Sensing Standard

Road Departure Mitigated System (RDM)

RDM can determine if you cross over detected lanes without signaling and can even provide steering and braking assistance to help you stay in your lane.

Honda Sensing Standard

Forward Collision Warning (FCW)

The FCW system can help sense the presence of vehicles in front of you, and if it calculates that you're at risk of colliding with a detected vehicle, it activates audible and visible alerts.

Honda Sensing Standard

Lane Departure Warning (LDW)

A small camera searches for lane markings on the road. If it detects the driver making an unindicated lane departure, visual and audible alerts will signify the departure.

Honda Sensing Standard

Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)

Long highway drives are easier with LKAS, which subtly adjusts steering to help keep the Accord centered in a detected lane.

Honda Sensing Standard

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

ACC helps you maintain a set following interval. After stopping, a tap on the throttle instructs the car to continue maintaining the desired interval between the vehicles.

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What excites you the most about the new 2020 Hybrid CR-V?

 Less trips to the pump   
 More money for adventure   
 Aggressive styling
 Class leading power   
 Real time all-wheel drive   
 Positive environmental footprint

[1] Based on IHS Markit US total new vehicle registrations of Crossover Utility Vehicles from 2009 through July 2019.

[2] Honda wireless phone charger is compatible with Qi wireless charging standards. Check with your device’s manufacturer for wireless capability.

[3] Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc.

[4] Android™ and Android Auto™ are trademarks of Google LLC.

[5] Honda wireless phone charger is compatible with Qi wireless charging standards. Check with your device’s manufacturer for wireless capability.

[6] For more information see GreenCarJournal.com.

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