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2018 Honda CR-V

All-star competitors can't match this crossover's MVP stats.


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Honda’s CR-V is a triple threat: it packs a host of high-tech equipment, impressive fuel economy, and copious cargo space. As if that’s not enough, the CR-V also boasts contemporary styling and engaging driving dynamics. It’s powered by a base 184-hp inline-four or a more responsive 190-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four. A standard continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) pairs with front- or all-wheel drive. The CR-V’s roster of talents earned it a spot on our inaugural 10Best Trucks and SUVs list. While the compact-crossover league is loaded with home-run hitters, the CR-V has the stats to be named MVP.


Highs
Excellent interior environment, exceedingly fuel efficient, elite cargo space.

Lows
Frustrating infotainment, not the fastest in its class. That’s about it.

Verdict
Bad grades are nonexistent for the compact-crossover valedictorian.



What’s New for 2018?

While a hybrid version is on the horizon, the 2018 CR-V is unchanged until further notice.
What Was New for 2017?

Completely redesigned and reengineered, the all-new CR-V received more style, more space, and more technology. For the first time, Honda offered it with a turbocharged engine. Further advancements included available adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beams, and a driver-attention monitor, among others. Inside, the CR-V became roomier and featured upgraded materials such as a soft-touch dashboard and exquisitely stitched seats. Infotainment additions included a much-needed dedicated volume knob, available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and optional dual rear-seat USB ports. Combined with sleeker and sharper exterior styling, the CR-V was highly improved for 2017.
Trims and Options We Chose for 2017

The EX model is an excellent choice, as it offers upgraded tech and creature comforts. For $2750 more than the base LX, it adds heated side mirrors, automatic high-beams, remote start, smart entry and push-button start, a power sunroof, and more. Other standard features include:

• 7.0-inch touchscreen HondaLink infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
• Heated front seats with 12-way power-adjustable driver’s seat
• Honda Sensing safety- and driver-assistance equipment

We think front-wheel drive is sufficient for most, but those living with harsh winters or who simply must have all-wheel drive can add it for $1300. The top-level Touring trim may be the ultimate CR-V, yet for roughly $6000 less, the EX is one heckuva deal. We didn’t even stop in the options aisle on our way to the checkout, as our well-equipped CR-V EX totaled $27,735.



In Depth: 2018 Honda CR-V
Overview
Engine and Transmission
Fuel Economy
Performance and Driving Impressions
Interior
Infotainment
Cargo Space and Storage
Exterior
Safety and Driver Assistance
Warranty