2018 CR-V vs. 2017 CR-V Comparison

2018 CR-V


2017 CR-V

What’s the Difference between the 2018 & 2017 Honda CR-V models?

If you are looking at the Honda CR-V you may have encountered the 2017 and 2018 models. You also might be wondering what the differences are between the two vehicles. Honda of Slidell has taken the time to compare each model and highlight any differences between the two.

The good news here is that no matter which one you choose you’re going to get an incredible compact crossover that’s heavy on features, technology, and value. The CR-V is currently the best-selling model in the Honda lineup, and we’ve seen shoppers from all over the Mandeville, LA and Gulfport, MS areas come into to our dealership to purchase or lease one.

Here’s a brief look at the 2017 and 2018 CR-V models that may help you identify which one is the right decision for you.

2017 vs. 2018 CR-V: Exterior Comparison

Honda didn’t make any exterior changes at all to the 2018 CR-V model compared to the 2017 version. This isn’t much of a surprise given the fact that the CR-V was completely redesigned for the 2017 model year.

Exterior paint color options for both models are the same with ten to choose from including:

  • Sandstorm Metallic
  • Molten Lava Pearl
  • Basque Red Pearl II
  • Obsidian Blue Pearl
  • Dark Olive Metallic
  • Crystal Black Pearl
  • Gunmetal Metallic
  • Modern Steel Metallic
  • Lunar Silver Metallic
  • White Diamond Pearl

2018 CR-V

2017 CR-V

2017 vs. 2018 CR-V: Interior Comparison

The Honda CR-V may be technically classified as a compact crossover, but the interior of the 2018 & 2017 Honda CR-V is incredibly spacious. There are no interior changes from the 2017 to 2018 model. You can comfortably seat up to five occupants in the CR-V.

The CR-V also features some of the best cargo capacity of any vehicle in its class. Up to 75.8 cubic feet of space is available when you fold the rear seats down. That gives you the freedom to haul all kinds of gear for work or play.

Interior options mirror each other in the 2017 and 2018 Honda CR-V models. Upper trim levels like the Touring edition offer premium amenities like leather interior, rain sensing windshield wipers, and heated mirrors. The interior of the 2018 & 2017 Honda CR-V is one of its many selling points.

2017 vs. 2018 CR-V: Technology Comparison

Both the 2017 and 2018 are heavy on entertainment and safety tech options. A seven-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard on every CR-V model except the base LX. Higher trim levels add options like satellite navigation, premium sound system, and more.

Honda’s Sensing Safety package is available on both the 2017 and 2018 CR-V models, as well. That includes features like Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Mitigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keeping Assist System.

2018 CR-V

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2017 vs. 2018 CR-V: Performance Comparison

You have the same two engine configurations to choose from in the 2017 and 2018 Honda CR-V models. The standard powerplant is a 2.4L I4 engine that delivers 184 horsepower and 180 lb-ft torque. Honda also offers a 1.5L turbocharged I4 engine that increases horsepower to 190.

Fuel efficiency ratings for the CR-V have always been strong and that certainly hasn’t changed one bit between the 2017 and 2018 models.

2017 & 2018 Honda CR-V for Sale in Slidell, LA

As you can see, the 2017 and 2018 CR-V models are virtually identical. We would expect that starting with the 2019 model year you might begin to see some changes, as it will have been two full years since the last redesign.

We’ve covered the specs on the 2017 and 2018 CR-V very briefly here, so if you’d like more in-depth data, feel to contact us online at Honda of Slidell. One of our product specialists will be happy to answer any questions you have. They can also set up a test drive of a 2017 or 2018 CR-V model and give you pricing and/or monthly payment information.

Honda of Slidell is conveniently located at 510 E Howze Beach Rd Slidell, LA 70461.

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