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Honda Wants You To Dream And Do With Two New CR-V Adventure Builds

Honda brings two custom built 2020 CR-V models to SEMA. See what the fully accessorized models bring for outdoor enthusiasts.
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Honda is getting on the adventure bandwagon and brings two new 2020 CR-V SUVs to the SEMA 2019 show for outdoor enthusiasts to get away from civilization. American Honda is celebrating its 60th anniversary in the U.S., and the hot-selling CR-V takes center stage.

Honda brings the gas model and the all-new 2020 CR-V Hybrid to the show both fully customized with outdoor gear. The adventure outdoor theme is new for Honda and it’s a big market they would like to tap into. Honda has the new rugged Passport, and they want to see if the two accessorized CR-V models are a hit with SEMA fans.


2020 Honda CR-V “Dream” Build

Honda brings a 2020 CR-V “Dream” Build by Jsport Performance Accessories for outdoor enthusiasts. It’s designed for a younger generation with active lifestyles who use their small SUV to get away from civilization on the weekends. The CR-V comes equipped with a multitude of outdoor gear accessories. 


Modifications include a 1.5-inch lift kit, side steps, front bumper, rear tire gate, and Plateau modular roof rack from Jsport, 17-inch KMC off-road wheels with Nitto Ridge Grappler all-terrain tires, and a Roofnest Falcon clamshell-style rooftop tent. The cargo area has been up-fitted with an organization cabinet and a slide-out refrigerator.


2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid “Do” Build

The second adventure CR-V Honda brings to SEMA is its new Hybrid model also outfitted with goodies from Jsport Performance Accessories. Honda says it's designed for “weekend warriors” looking for a versatile vehicle that will transport them and their gear to the nearest trailhead, “while retaining the everyday practicality that the CR-V provides.”

The 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid “Do” Build comes fitted with a 1.5-inch lift kit, side steps, and roof basket from Jsport, 17-inch KMC off-road wheels with Nitto Terra Grappler all-terrain tires, and a Cannondale mountain bike mounted to the roof basket.

We like the direction Honda is going with the 2020 CR-V SUV. These will appeal to a generation of consumers with active lifestyles. The Japanese automaker should take the show vehicles and bring them as production models for its U.S. customers.

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Comments

Adding accessories and graphics does not an "adventure" CR-V make. It really could use some sort of two-speed transfer case (mine struggles on some of the unpaved roads I have taken it on) and a return to a traditional automatic or Honda's dual clutch transmission...or even a manual. Beefier suspension components and axles would be welcome along with that lift kit also. It can't replace the capabilities of a 4Runner, now would it be for hard core offroading, but a CR-V could be capable of some mild offroading if there were a more rugged option available. And at that point, might as well get a Passport that has usable V6 power, not an anemic 1.5L turbo...