New Honda 2023 Honda CR-V for Sale in West Springfield, MA
Trims and Powertrains
Honda is reformulating the CR-V’s lineup for 2023, with EX and EX-L starting the model range. The next steps up are the new Sport and Sport Touring trims. In another change for 2023, Honda is standardizing powerplants between the CR-V variations. Powering the EX and EX-L is an updated turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine making 190 horsepower and 179 lb.-ft. of torque. Buyers preferring a hybrid CR-V will want to select the Sport or Sport Touring, as these trims come exclusively with a fourth-generation gas-electric hybrid powertrain. This system pairs a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with dual electric motors for a combined output of 204 horsepower and 247 lb.-ft. of torque.
Front-wheel drive is standard for all CR-V trims except for the Sport Touring, which automatically gets Real Time AWD (it’s optional on the lower trims). It’s also worth noting that the CR-V now comes with Hill Descent Control for improved low-speed off-road capability. The EPA’s official fuel economy ratings will be disclosed closer to the release date.
While you’ll have to stay tuned for a complete equipment list, we know that the EX comes with digital instrumentation, fabric upholstery, an eight-way power driver’s seat, and black dashboard trim. The EX-L will add a four-way power front passenger seat, leather-trimmed seating, and piano-black dash accents.
The Sport starts with the base EX’s equipment roster but upgrades to premium fabric upholstery, while the Sport Touring will carry forward from the EX-L with trim-specific leather seating. Both the Sport and Sport Touring will have a black headliner and orange accent stitching on the seats, console, steering wheel, and shifter.
Advanced Safety Aids
Honda Sensing, the company’s well-regarded suite of advanced driver aid technologies, continues as standard across the CR-V lineup. This collection of assistive technologies includes collision mitigation, road departure mitigation, lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. Some of the updates within this redesign are an improved camera and radar system, blind-spot monitoring (now standard on all trims), traffic jam assist, low-speed braking control, and traffic sign recognition. A driver attention monitor, rear seatbelt reminder, and rear seat reminder will also be installed on every 2023 CR-V.
A 7-inch touchscreen is the infotainment nerve center for the EX and Sport, along with separate knobs to manage the multi-speaker audio system. The EX-L and Sport Touring get a 9-inch touchscreen, which also adds a simplified on-screen menu structure, navigation, and wireless device charging. All CR-V trims will have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (with wireless connectivity for the EX-L and Sport Touring), dual front USB ports (plus second-row USB ports in the EX-L and Sport Touring). The Sport Touring alone will get a standard 12-speaker Bose sound system.
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