Honda will come to next month’s Los Angeles Auto Show with a new CR-V, which for the first time will be offered in a turbocharged version.
In anticipation, the Japanese car giant revealed images and some details of the 2017 version of the country’s best-selling sport utility vehicle.
The fifth-generation CR-V, first launched in 1997, will come standard with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder power plant. But the higher trim levels (Honda currently offers five CR-V models) will be available with a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine — a first for the popular SUV.
The new engine will make 190 horsepower (up from 185 on the current engine) and offer...