Honda puts plenty of thought and effort into making the CR-V a useful tool that makes your day-to-day life easier. Take, for example, the center console between the front seats. It can be configured in multiple ways and provides a big bin in which you can store things out of sight. If you’re someone who likes to carry around a lot of stuff in your car, the CR-V does its share to keep it all organized and tidy.
Cargo hauling is also a CR-V strong suit. Features like the height-adjustable cargo floor, along with rear seats that tidily fold with one tug on the latch, go a long way toward endearing it to its driver. Seriously though, I miss the foldout picnic table that came with the original CR-V. It was a whimsical touch that enhanced the vehicle’s playful personality and urged owners to enjoy impromptu al fresco meals wherever they happened to be.
Bye, Felicia. I am most pleased to announce that Honda has kicked its LaneWatch technology to the curb, and has replaced it with a traditional and much more effective blind spot monitoring system with rear cross traffic alert. This upgrade, in addition to the stereo volume knob, is one of my favorite changes related to the CR-V’s redesign.
It's a very nice Overall buy...I mean come on it's Honda. I think we are way above safe and deep into comfort and reliability with this model!