A prototype of the facelifted Honda CR-V has been spied conducting hot weather testing in the Death Valley in California.

A prototype of the facelifted Honda CR-V has been spied conducting hot weather testing in the Death Valley in California.

Wearing just about the same amount of camouflage as in the previous set of spy shots, the 2016 CR-V is going to come with updated headlights and a restyled grille while the front bumper also seems to be hiding some changes. Disguise was also applied at the back where the bumper, taillights and trunk door are bound for a moderate makeover.

In one of the attached pictures we can see the interior cabin which appears to be unchanged compared to the current model but this was a prototype so there might be some changes in tow for the final product set to come out by mid-2015.

Depending on the market, the 2016 CR-V will be offered with a 118 bhp 1.6-liter i-DTEC, a 148 bhp 2.2-liter turbodiesel along with a 2.0-liter i-VTEC with 148 bhp and a 2.4-liter gasoline engine rated at 185 bhp in the U.S.-spec model.

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