Honda unveiled the new 2017 CR-V, and there’s more to like. 

The fifth generation compact SUV is reengineered and redesigned.  Honda says there’s “an aggressive attitude” behind the design.  You can notice that in the front end, especially in the headlights with wing-shaped LEDs for daytime driving. 

For the first time, the CR-V will come with a turbocharged 4-cylinder 190-horsepower engine in EX and higher trims.  Those higher trims will also come standard with Honda Sensing technology for more safety and driver assistance. 

The 2017 Honda CR-V will roll off the assembly lines at three plants in North America.  Sales of the popular SUV begin this winter.