Honda CR-V 1st Generation (1995-2001): The first-generation CR-V was introduced as a compact SUV with a unibody structure. It featured a 2.0-liter engine, available in both front-wheel drive (FWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) configurations. It was known for its practicality and reliability.
Honda CR-V 2nd Generation (2002-2006): The second-generation CR-V saw some design changes and improvements in terms of interior space and features. It retained the 2.0-liter engine but with some performance enhancements.
Honda CR-V 3rd Generation (2007-2011): With this generation, the CR-V grew in size and featured more modern styling. It introduced a 2.4-liter engine option and offered improved fuel efficiency and safety features.
Honda CR-V 4th Generation (2012-2016): The fourth-generation CR-V had further design updates, with a more aerodynamic look. It offered a more efficient 2.4-liter engine and introduced advanced features like a rearview camera and upgraded infotainment.
Honda CR-V 5th Generation (2017-2021): This generation brought a more sophisticated design and a turbocharged engine option. It featured advanced safety technologies like Honda Sensing, offering adaptive cruise control, collision mitigation braking, lane-keeping assist, and more.
Honda CR-V Hybrid (2020-Present): As the automotive industry shifted towards hybrid technology, Honda introduced a hybrid version of the CR-V. It combines a gasoline engine with an electric motor for improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions.
Honda CR-V 6th Generation (2022-Present, as of my last update in September 2021): The details about this generation might have evolved after my last update. However, newer generations typically feature design enhancements, updated technology, improved fuel efficiency, and advanced safety features.