Honda CR-V Overview
The CR-V is one of the more sensible and competitively priced small SUVs. Its 185-hp four-cylinder is smooth and responsive, and returned a commendable 23 mpg overall in our previous tests. For 2015 the Honda gets a mild freshening, including a continuously variable transmission which aimed at increasing fuel economy. Some new active safety features such as forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning, and adaptive cruise control, are available only on the top Touring trim. Handling is responsive in ordinary driving, but it doesn't shine at the limits, and the steering is a bit vague. Braking is excellent, and while the ride is absorbent and composed, road noise is pronounced. The rear seats are roomy, and lowering them is a breeze. The view back is hurt by small rear windows, but the standard rear-view camera helps.
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