The Limited Edition takes the all-wheel-drive CR-V VTi variant and adds 18-inch alloy wheels, side-steps and red Limited Edition badging.
The LE also gets fog-lights, dusk-sensing automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers and front and rear parking sensors.
Honda’s LaneWatch blind-spot monitoring is standard, which uses a camera in the passenger side mirror and displays the image on the seven-inch touchscreen.
“The Honda CR-V pioneered the SUV category in Australia and has continued to be a strong contender in one of the most crowded segments in the market,” Honda Australia Director, Stephen Collins, said.
“After the success we’ve had with the two-wheel-drive Limited Edition, it was an easy decision to add a four-wheel drive Limited Edition to the range.”
The 2015 Honda CR-V Series II 4WD Limited Edition is available now, and adds $1700 to the standard VTi for a drive-away price of $35,690.
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