Honda Automobiles: 2015 Honda CR-V

Overview
With a ample and versatile cabin that allows several configurations for atmospheric newcomer accommodations, a vast load ability and lots of customary amenities, a CR-V belies a compress outmost dimensions. For 2015, Honda’s benchmark compress SUV gets even better, with mixed upgrades that boost pushing delight and ease. These changes and additions embody such things as customary shifting sunvisors, exhilarated front seats accessible during a revoke trim level, and newly accessible facilities including a driver’s chair with two-position memory and a appetite tailgate.

Key New Comfort and Convenience Features

  • Introduction of accessible two-position memory driver’s chair
  • Available Smart Entry and Push Button Start
  • First CR-V focus of shifting sunvisors
  • Configurable core console with shifting armrest (see Interior section)
  • Rear console ducts (see Interior section)
  • Available auto-dimming rearview counterpart
  • Available HomeLink®1 Remote System
  • Available appetite tailgate (see Exterior section)

Front Seats
For 2015, a driver’s chair of a new CR-V Touring facilities a two-position memory capability. A appetite driver’s chair and exhilarated front seats are now customary on a EX (previously customary on a upper-trim EX-L). The comfort-padded front seats embody a far-reaching aspect with understanding side bolsters that give a seats a secure feel quite when cornering. The driver’s chair tallness can be practiced manually on a LX trim and is power-adjustable on EX and above trims. The CR-V’s front seats yield a car-like course though still with a autocratic vantage point.

Smart Entry and Push Button Start/Stop
For a initial time, a CR-V EX and above trims embody a upscale preference of a Smart Entry Push Button Start/Stop system. The complement simplifies approaching, entering and handling a CR-V – generally when a motorist is carrying items. To benefit entrance to vehicle, a motorist simply pulls one of a dual front doorway handles while a remote in his or her possession.

Once a motorist has non-stop a doorway and is seated, a motorist simply pushes a START/STOP symbol positioned on a instrument row while dire a stop pedal to start a vehicle. Powertrain operation and certain electrical functions are finished when a START/STOP symbol is pulpy again during a end of a drive. After parking, a hold of a soft-touch close symbol on possibly front doorway hoop thatch all doors and case to secure a car. Alternatively, a press of a LOCK symbol on a Smart Entry remote will also concurrently close all a doors and tailgate. The remote also includes a dedicated symbol that will clear a tailgate usually or will means a appetite tailgate on a CR-V Touring trim to open. The Smart Entry complement will not concede a conductor fob to be sealed in a interior of a CR-V. The LX trim CR-V retains a prior remote entrance system.

Sliding Sunvisors
To yield some-more stretchable shading from a sun, all CR-Vs now come customary with shifting sunvisors. The motorist and front newcomer sunvisors can now be changed 3.7 inches along their ascent shaft, a stretch that provides perpendicular shade for a eyes even when a front seats are in their rear-most position.

Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
New for a CR-V, a EX-L and Touring trims underline an electro chromatic interior rearview counterpart that automatically dims during night pushing to revoke glisten from a headlights of following vehicles.

HomeLink® Remote System
The CR-V Touring trim facilities a HomeLink® concept remote complement that can be involuntary with a codes of adult to 3 devices, such as a garage-door opener or home confidence system.

Steering Wheel
The 2015 CR-V’s 3-spoke steering circle facilities a far-reaching operation of primer lean and telescoping adjustments to accommodate drivers of several sizes.

Climate Control
All CR-V models yield atmosphere conditioning as customary equipment. The front meridian controls on a CR-V are mounted mainly on a instrument row for easy accessibility and underline rotary knobs for heat settings and fan control. Push buttons concede control of airflow by a several vents inside a automobile (i.e. defrost, heater, separate level, etc.). The CR-V LX and CR-V EX have a primer meridian control system; a CR-V EX-L, EX-L Navi and Touring models facilities an involuntary dual-zone system.

The CR-V’s micron air-filtration complement is able of filtering scarcely 100 percent of particulates over 8 microns in distance (the distance of many pollen). It can also filter out approximately 40 percent of particulates down to 0.3 microns (about a distance of diesel emissions). To urge cooling capacity, a high ability condenser with integrated receiver drier runs a glass refrigerant by a sub-cooling condenser, after a categorical condenser.

Maintenance Minder Display
All CR-V models have a Maintenance Minder complement that marks service-related apparatus formed on automobile usage. The Maintenance Minder complement automatically indicates when to have customary use achieved formed on tangible pushing conditions (tracked by a ECU) and minimizes a guesswork associated to either a automobile is being used in customary or serious use conditions for upkeep interlude purposes. The arrangement indicates when to change a oil, atmosphere cleaner, delivery fluid, hint plugs or coolant, as good as when to stagger a tires. Maintenance Minder information appears in a MID and i-MID displays.

ECON Mode
Every 2015 CR-V is versed with a immature ECON symbol to a left of a steering wheel. This symbol engages ECON mode, in that several handling characteristics of a automobile are mutated for enhancing fuel efficiency. The Drive-by-Wire stifle complement provides some-more light response, and to save additional energy, a meridian control’s top fan speeds are lowered incrementally, and other meridian control complement characteristics are altered formed on a conditions. See a Powertrain territory for some-more information on ECON Mode.

Engine Immobilizer
Complementing a remote entrance complement is a customary engine-immobilizer system. A special electronically coded pivotal prevents a automobile from being started-even if a automatic transcribe of a pivotal is used. A transponder, built into a key, signals a immobilizer control section that a pivotal is genuine. If a automobile is hot-wired, or an unapproved pivotal is used, a engine will not start.

Power Windows and Locks
Power windows are customary apparatus on all CR-V models and embody auto-up and -down operation on a driver’s window. Power thatch are standard, and a customizable auto-locking underline can be configured regulating a i-MID and steering-wheel mounted controls. Remote entrance is customary apparatus on all CR-V models. The call pivotal pattern (LX trim) has an integrated conductor in a hoop with lock, unlock, case open and panic buttons.

Comfort and Convenience Features

Features

LX

EX

EX-L

Touring

Air Conditioning with Air-Filtration System

 

 

Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control System

 

 

Smart Entry and Push Button Start

 

Power Windows with Auto-Up/Down Driver’s Window

Power Door and Tailgate Locks

Cruise Control

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)2

 

 

 

Tilt and Telescopic Steering Column

HomeLink® Remote System1

Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel

Illuminated Steering Wheel-Mounted Controls
(cruise control/audio/phone/i-MID)

Illuminated Steering Wheel-Mounted Navi Control

 

 

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Center Console with Sliding Armrest

Sliding Sunvisors

Driver’s and Front Passenger’s Vanity Mirrors

 

 

 

Illuminated Driver’s and Front Passenger’s Vanity Mirrors

 

Conversation Mirror with Sunglasses Holder

Automatic-Dimming Rearview Mirror

 

 

Instrument Panel-Mounted Shifter

 

 

Leather-wrapped Instrument Panel-Mounted Shifter

 

 

Beverage Holders, Front and Rear (8 total)

Front and Center Console 12-Volt Power Outlets

Glove Compartment

Door-Pocket Storage Bins

Driver’s and Front Passenger’s Seatback Pockets

 

Chrome Door Handles

 

Map Lights

Floor Mats

Rear-Seat Center Armrest

Driver-Side Garment Hook

Remote Fuel Filler Door Release

Rear-Seat Heater Ducts

Rear Window Defroster

Retractable Cargo Area Cover

 

Cargo Area Tie-Down Anchors (4 total)

Cargo Area Light

 

1 HomeLink and a HomeLink residence are purebred trademarks of Johnson Controls®.

2 ACC can't detect all objects forward and might not detect a given object; correctness will change formed on weather, speed and other factors. ACC should not be used in complicated traffic, bad continue or on circuitous roads. The motorist stays obliged to delayed or stop a automobile to equivocate a collision.