A new-generation Honda CR-V made its debut in 2017. No changes have been made for the 2018 model year. Under the hood, the same engine remains, which is a 2.4-litre 4-cylinder direct-injection engine mated to a CVT that can simulate a 7-speed in ‘sport’ mode. The DX and LX trims come in 2WD form, while the EX and Touring trims come in AWD form. Standard features on the base two-wheel-drive CR-V model include power steering, power windows, electric mirrors, central locking, remote key, halogen headlights, daytime running lamps, single-zone A/C, rear camera, fabric seats, 5-inch audio screen, 1 USB, 4 speakers, cruise control and 17-inch alloy wheels. Higher models gets all-wheel-drive, LED headlights, fog lamps, paddle shifters, engine push start, 7-inch screen, 8 speakers, 4 USB ports, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, dual-zone A/C, and 18-inch alloy wheels. Safety features include ABS, vehicle stability assist, traction control system, tyre pressure monitor, hill start assist, electric brake force distribution, and driver attention monitor. The AWD models get Honda’s LaneWatch side camera. The top model gets side and curtain airbags as well.