The segment's best seller, the Honda CR-V, is one of the better among the small SUV class with good fuel economy, roomy interior and standard safety features.  The CR-V is small enough to navigate through tight parking lots, yet roomy enough inside to comfortably fit five adults. Rear seat room is particularly generous. With the 190-hp, 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the CR-V got 28 mpg in our testing.
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Honda CR-V Road Test

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For the ideal balance of affordability and amenities, we would go for an EX. It comes with a driver's power seat including four-way lumbar support, heated seats and sunroof. Although most advanced safety features are standard, we would also make sure to get the optional blind spot warning. 
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