Honda CR-V Hybrid: What You Need to Know

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The CR-V Hybrid Is Coming to Europe and China. What Can We Expect?

In April at the Shanghai auto show, Honda debuted its first-ever electrified SUV: a hybrid version of its best-selling CR-V compact crossover, built for the Chinese market. Five months later, the automaker revealed a European version at the annual motor show in Frankfurt. Now, in light of Honda’s recent commitment to electrify two-thirds of its global fleet by 2030, it’s possible that the CR-V hybrid will come stateside next.

U.S. customers have been clamoring for hybrid crossovers like the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue, and the CR-V – the country’s bestselling SUV in 2016 – should be no exception. The fifth-generation CR-V, redesigned for the 2017 model year, has won fans for its versatility, interior space, and fuel efficiency.

Here’s a look at the Honda CR-V hybrid slated to launch in Europe and China and a preview of what U.S. customers may expect.

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