The all new Honda CR-V was recently unveiled and it looks like it will give the Honda Civic quite a run for its money.

The fifth-generation CR-V crossover is bigger in size and has more aggressive features. Even though it is still equipped with the similar engine as the Civic, 1.5-liter direct-injected DOHC turbo-four powerplant, it produces a 190 horsepower, much higher than the Civic.

The CR-V also comes with a distinct resonator. This is specifically designed by the company to reduce noises from the turbo engine; something the Civic lacks.

Honda has yet to release specification on its mileage but it is said to have the best EPA fuel economy of its category.

The 2017 Honda CR-V will come with an array of new features which consists of a hands-free power liftgate, auto shutter grille system, and heaps of safety assistance which will most likely push the model to receive highest safety ratings.

With its brand new design and modifications, the 2017 Honda CR-V sure looks like it has surpassed the Honda Civic.