Honda’s CR-V has been redesigned for 2012. The five-seat compact crossover has new styling inside and out. The 2012 CR-V’s styling revisions eliminate one of its more controversial design features the prior generation’s underbite front end has been ditched in favor of a more conventional grille that’s bounded at its upper edges by new headlights. The CR-V’s profile looks different thanks to changes in the crossover’s greenhouse. Whereas the prior model’s side glass arced gracefully lower at the rear, there’s now a kink in the window line that draws attention to the rear roof pillars and the restyled taillights that climb them. Like the exterior, the CR-V’s cabin is an evolution of the former design. The door panels, steering wheel and dashboard sport a new look. The CR-V is all new and is in stock now at Airport Marina Honda. Come on down for a test drive to experience this new and improved Honda!