Fluid filled bushings are suspension bushes or lower control arm bushes that are filled with fluid instead of being solid rubber or polyurethane bushes. Honda have apparently got a patent for it as well according to this link which dates back to 2001. I think the current gen Civic has fluid filled bushing (Link). Main problems seem to be cracking and fluid leaking out, but thats the same as a normal bush wearing out and needing to be replaced. Also sometimes used in engine mounts to minimise and absorb vibrations. My thoughts so far are 1) On a SUV, I'm not sure how durable these fluid filled bushes would be compared to a solid poly bush if it is going to be used on rougher tracks. On a normal road car like the Civic, these are quite suitable. Suspect that there might end up being after-market solid poly bushes being available for places where the roads are bad. 2) The AWD system info I have been able to get is so possibly some improvement over the current gen with some new software updates. For comparison, the Toyota RAV4's can be locked to 50:50 split (Link) 3) Engine choice of 1.5 turbo petrol or 1.6 diesel and most likely with the 9-speed automatic gearbox. Doubt we'll see the 2.4 naturally aspirated petrol engine here. Not entirely convinced with the turbo route that most manufacturers are going towards..hence my preference of naturally aspirated (less complications).