The thing you need to know first is that the 2017 CR-V does come with a physical volume knob. Now that we've covered the most important thing, let's talk about the rest of the car.
The exterior is far fancier than before, with thin LED taillights and a countenance inspired by the company's Acura.
The interior is sharper, too, ditching the dual-screen setup from before in favor of a more cohesive, single-screen design.
That single screen measures 7 inches, and it comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard.
The base CR-V LX comes with a 184-horsepower, naturally aspirated I4 engine.
Every other trim receives a 190-horsepower, turbo I4, which is a derivation of the Civic's engine.
A continuously variable transmission is all that you get. All-wheel drive is optional across the entire lineup.
All trims except LX come standard with Honda Sensing.
Honda Sensing includes adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assist, road-departure mitigation and lane-departure warning.
Pricing is still TBD, but it goes on sale this December. Click through for lots more photos of the new CR-V -- including that volume knob.