Two special edition variants of the Honda CR-V have been unveiled: the Black Edition and White Edition. Both feature cosmetic tweaks separating them from the rest of the range, and boast a saving of £770 when compared to the CR-V SE-T model specced with the same kit.
Both models are available now, with prices starting from £28,400 for the petrol model fitted with the manual gearbox.
Exclusive features on both models include, new 19-inch Orion alloy wheels, exhaust finisher and privacy glass. At the front there’s also a new patterned grille, while changes at the back amount to a new roof-mounted spoiler. Integrated running boards along the sills boost practicality, while front and rear skid plates complete the visual overhaul.
The special editions remain unchanged inside, but do come fitted with dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth, front and rear parking sensors, electric door mirrors and sat-nav all as standard.
Two of the three engines offered in the CR-V range are available with the special edition models. Options include the 153bhp 2.0 i-VTEC petrol or 148bhp 2.2 i-DTEC diesel, which can be mated to a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic gearbox.
Honda is also promoting the Black and White special editions online, by asking customers to vote for their favourite by using the hashtag #CRVWHITE or #CRVBLACK. You can follow Auto Express on Twitter for the latest car news, reviews and competitions.