First introduced in 1997, the Honda Cr-V has long been one of the most popular choices in the compact SUV class. Honda has stayed close to the original formula for over 20 years and 5 generations, keeping the Cr-V refined, practical, and well-designed, adding safety and comfort features over the years without changing exterior dimensions too much. Fresh-faced and better equipped, the 2020 Cr-V is now an even more compelling choice among compact SUVs.
The Honda CR-V is a great compact SUV. It has a lot to offer leasers, including great fuel economy and a handsome cabin with plenty of room for people and their things. For the first time, the Cr-V is being offered with the option of 7 seats, while a petrol-electric hybrid version is set to appear later on in 2019. The car’s cabin is claimed to be more spacious than ever, while class-leading fuel efficiency is promised to boost its rational appeal still further.
The Cr-V has flourished in spite of all of the competition it has inspired. However, the newest Cr-V has to stand out against big-name rivals such as the Volkswagen Tiguan, Skoda Kodiaq, and Peugeot 5008. If you have a couple of kids, an active lifestyle, a need to haul things around, and an aversion to rather dull large estate cars, you will no doubt appreciate the Cr-V. Its passenger and luggage volumes are better than most rivals and its well-balanced ride and capable powertrain make it a great daily driver.
“Seek out the road less travelled in the 2020 Honda CR-V. This compact SUV offers stylish trim options, impressive specs and top-rated safety features.”