You can fit all your friends (and even some of your enemies) into this versatile, comfortable and unexpectedly attractive seven-seater SUV – but you’ll have to forego some extra safety and tech for the privilege of more passengers.
Honda's entry-grade CR-V seven-seater is a modern and capable option for small families who occasionally need an extra row, yet don't relish the idea of housing something as large as a Kluger.
It's time to say farewell to our long-term Honda CR-V after six months in the CarAdvice garage. Medium SUVs are only getting more popular and we're big fans of Honda's entrant in the segment.
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.