The CR-V is one of the roomiest, most functional small SUVs. The 185-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder returned 24 mpg overall in our tests. All but the base LX version use a distracting, difficult-to-use, and frustrating infotainment system. Handling is responsive and secure, but the ride is stiff, with bumps coming through in a pronounced way. The interior is still loud compared to other small SUVs. The rear seats are roomy, and folding them flat is a breeze. Small rear windows hurt the view out back, but the standard rearview camera helps. Active safety features are only available on the top Touring trim. The LaneWatch camera is no substitute for a true blind-spot monitoring system. A 2017 redesign arrives this fall.