In this article I will compare the previous Honda CR-V from 2019 to the all-new 2020 CR-V. The new CR-V is not that much different from the old one. It has a few design updates and a new hybrid model.
The vehicle is mostly unchanged. The new CR-V has more black plastic on the front of the car. There is a thick strip of black plastic that goes across the front of the new CR-V. I don’t think the plastic looks too good, but the rest of the front of the CR-V looks really nice. It has slightly darkened rear taillights too. Honda also changed a little of the interior, adding a new button gear shifter. The new CR-V Hybrid has a naturally aspirated Atkinson-cycle 2.0-liter inline-four gasoline engine plus two electric motors. The same setup is in the Honda Accord Hybrid. If you don’t know what an Atkinson-cycle engine is, you can learn more about it on Car and Driver here: https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a15345875/what-is-the-atkinson-combustion-cycle-and-what-are-its-benefits/. Other than those changes, the CR-V is the same. You can see more of the new CR-V in the video below: