Honda has released a first image shipment of the new Breeze SUV. The
Honda Breeze will initially be sold alongside the popular Honda CR-V
SUV. The Honda Breeze SUV is manufactured by Honda in partnership with
Guangzhou Motors, Honda's local partner.
As can be seen from the pictures, the Honda Breeze is based on the CR-V SUV itself, but is slightly longer with the same dimensions as width and height. However, the Honda Breeze gets a unique front design that actually looks more modern than the CR-V.
The Breeze gets a new and more
angular grille with a thick chrome band, just like the newer Honda
sedans like the Accord, Civic and the Amaze. The Breeze gets a more
angular headlamp design with LED inserts, which completes the styling
improvements of the Honda CR-V. However, the SUV gets the same bumper
design as the CR-V.
Inside, the Breeze will feature a five-seater cabin with minor trim levels. Under the hood, Honda sells the Breeze SUV with a single 1.5-liter turbo engine that delivers 193 hp and is combined with an automatic transmission. The Breeze is being sold in the market in standard and Black Edition packages, which, along with some other parts, have black-painted alloy wheels and exterior mirrors.