The hubs are not engaged. They need to be in order for the axle to be able to turn the front wheels.
There are sensors located on the axle assemblies of all four wheels. When the sensors tell the on-board computer that the vehicle has lost traction on its front wheels it automatically activates the All Wheel Drive (AWD) system which then engages the gearbox that sends drive power to the rear wheels.
My personal CR-V is a two wheel drive version. There are versions that are built as All Wheel Drives (AWD), but there are no "true" 4-wheel drive CR-V's. You cannot manually place your AWD into 4WD. AWD is designed so that it only operates when the on-board-computer senses wheel slippage from the front drive wheels and then automatically engages the rear wheels. When it no longer senses slippage the AWD feature is deactivated.
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