For Schaumburg drivers, the 2023 Honda CR-V will come to market with new looks, inside and out. Offering expanded passenger spacing and choice of hybrid or fuel-fired powertrain, this compact SUV is the complete package.

At Schaumburg Honda Automobiles, we expect a fair share of the 2023 Honda CR-V trims.

So, you can get as excited as we are with availability soon to come to Chicagoland.

2023 Honda CR-V – Reworked for This New Model Year

Covering four trims, the 2023 Honda CR-V compact SUV offers the selection of gas or hybrid-enhanced performance. As such, more than efficient fuel economy will see elevated mileage earned when traveling city grids throughout Chicagoland.

For more performance details specific to each trim, browse below:

  • 2023 Honda CR-V EX and 2023 Honda CR-V EX-L offer the standard 1.5L, four-cylinder engine for an output of 190 hp.
  • 2023 Honda CR-V Sport Hybrid and 2023 Honda CR-V Sport Touring Hybrid mate a 2L, four-cylinder combustion engine with two electric motors for 204 hp.

Interior Spacing, Technology

Offered is a notedly handsome interior to the 2023 Honda CR-V. This exhibited in a partially digitized gauge cluster with bordering analog speedometer featured upon a customizable, 7-inch display.

Front seating offers a considerable effort at reducing driver fatigue given design and surfacing. And between front seats is a large center console with a capacious storage bin located beneath. Behind the second row is a full, 36 cu.-ft. of cargo spacing.


Made essential to 2023 Honda CR-V capability is the inclusion of the latest in technology. Available is the centralized 7-inch touchscreen for the viewing of Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ applications.

There’s also wireless device charging, built-in navigation and USB ports for second-row passengers. As well, the 12-speaker Bose sound system is primed to punctuate your Chicagoland commute.

Contact Us for 2023 Honda CR-V Availability Updates, Ordering

With deliveries soon to come, contact us for updates and ordering possibilities to stay ahead of demand in Schaumburg and Chicagoland.

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