After making its Asean debut in Thailand, the fifth-generation Honda CR-V will debut in Indonesia next.
The range-topping 2017 Honda CR-V for Indonesia is expected to receive:
- Full LED headlights with Auto Leveling
- Panoramic sunroof
- Electric powered tailgate
- 18-inch alloy wheels
- Seven seats
- 9-inch infotainment system
- Electric Parking Brake with Auto Brake Hold
- Cruise Control
- Paddle Shift
- Auto Headlights
On top of that, the Indonesian Honda CR-V will receive the 1.5-litre turbocharged VTEC engine. Unlike its Thailand cousin, Indonesian units are not fitted with Honda's i-DTEC turbodiesel engine. A source also told otodriver that the Honda CR-V 2.0 will drop its manual transmission in favour of a CVT.
Similar to the Thai-spec CR-V, variants of the Indonesian Honda CR-V will also be equipped with seven seats.
Closer to home, the 2017 Honda CR-V is primed for a debut some time this year.