The Honda CR-V is a huge hit in the United States. Such is this smash hit that Honda is afraid to change anything in the car, and hence made some mild and unnoticeable changes and calls it the "new Honda CR-V."
You need a trained eye to spot the differences. The honeycomb grille replaces the horizontal slabs, a reshaped bumper and new fog lamp housing are additional changes. Under the hood, the goods are the same. On the inside, you can expect some extra gadgetry but the well laid out dash and furniture would not get the nix this time.
The "new" CR-V will be announced at the 2010 Frankfurt Motor Show that starts next month.