One of the reasons why we love selling Honda vehicles at Frank Leta Honda is because of the continuous examples of innovation that drive across our new-inventory lot annually. The latest release of the 2017 Honda CR-V is just one more example of the amazing capabilities that the automaker has for creative design work on its vehicles. Compared to the 2016 model year, the 2017 CR-V has fewer sharp body lines on its hood and doors. While the vehicle retains its geometric fender flairs, the body panel along the base of the doors is bolder in size, which balances out the smoother body lines everywhere else. However, the front end and rear end of the 2017 CR-V are hardly recognizable compared to the preceding year’s model of this SUV. In the rear, the flat liftgate, bumper, and taillights have been given dynamic shapeliness that produces the perception of lots of ongoing movement. Similarly, the front end of the CR-V has gone from a generally pointed shape that peaks at the base of the grille to a shorter and squared-off look with a new grille shape that arches to the new peak along the base of the bumper. Of course, these are but a few of the aesthetic details on the new 2017 CR-V. To view more of them, visit our dealership in O’Fallon today!
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