Honda first showed off the refreshed 2015 CR-V last September with an angle shot of the new crossover. A few days later the automaker released more photos. Not the most exciting release but it is, after all, a mid-cycle refresh. With the availability of more photos of the 2015 Honda CR-V a more detailed comparison of the exterior and interior shows that the front fascia is the most noticeable change between the new and outgoing model. Narrow headlights and a new bumper enveloping a single-bar grill give the 2015 CR-V a more aggressive stance. Minimal change in the rear includes a tweaked bumper and relocation of the reflector lights. The interior stays relatively the same except for the addition of the push-button ignition to the left of the center console. The silhouette stays the same as this is only a mild refresh and not a complete redesign.