A new diesel engine that is smaller but generates more power and is more efficient. That's the headline for the limited edition Honda CR-V DTi L. We take a closer look at the other positives for this new model.Read the full review
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We've spent plenty of time with our long-term CR-V now, but how does it handle highway driving?
We've walked you through the insides of our CR-V long-termer, from cabin comfort to infotainment and drive technology. But, how does it drive? Read on.
Traditionally a Honda CR-V strong point, this month we take a closer look at the cabin space, ergonomics and comfort. ...
After a month living with the Honda CR-V, we're only finding more reasons to enjoy its medium-SUV chops.
The 2019 Honda CR-V continues to maintain its place as the sensible choice for buyers in the medium SUV segment. Now, we've put one in the CA long-term garage.
The 2019 Honda CR-V Vi is the most affordable model in the range, but does its shorter equipment list hurt its appeal?
Identical to a regular CR-V on the outside, with an extra pair of seats loaded up inside, the CR-V VTi-L joins a growing list of medium SUVs with added versatility. Does that make it an ideal family freighter, or only a part-time passenger proposition?
While it may be the entry point to the CR-V range, the base-grade VTi neither looks nor feels like a cut-price path into Honda’s refreshingly competent medium SUV.
The 2018 Honda CR-V VTi-S is an excellent offering, but it's disappointingly short on active safety technology.
The new 2018 Honda CR-V is as practical as ever, but adds more polished dynamics, design panache and thoughtful specification levels. It should be on your shortlist if you're after a mainstream compact SUV.
With a suite of added safety kit, the Honda CR-V looks to go out with a bang before the arrival of the all-new model.