The Honda CR-V’s sleek look isn’t the only appealing factor about this SUV.

 

Comfort

A spacious interior is a CR-V trademark and there’s plenty of space in the front or back of this SUV. The overall design and layout doesn’t give much away to its rivals, with decent storage space and soft-touch surfaces. The VTi-LX is also equipped with leather-accented upholstery, heated front seats, digital radio, panoramic sunroof and LED lights, providing the ultimate comfort.

 

The top-of-the-range CR-V is one of the safest in its class according to ANCAP.
 

Safety

Autonomous emergency braking is found only on the VTi-LX, bundled with adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and six airbags. The ANCAP rates this vehicle a five-star car, awarding a score of 35.76/37 when tested last year.  The top-of-the-range CR-V is one of the safest in its class according to ANCAP. 

 

The CR-V isn’t the sportiest of SUVs.
 

Driving

Comfort is the motivating force for the CR-V and it succeeds in being a supple drive without being too soft and spongy over speed humps. A 1.5-litre 4 cylinder turbo cranks out respectable power. The steering is accurate without offering much in the way of feedback and the VTI-LX has the reassurance of all-wheel drive for those venturing down sand or dirt tracks. The CR-V also has the added versatility of being a part-time seven-seater.

 

The CR-V has the added versatility of being a part-time seven-seater.
 

Overall

Covering all the bases, the Honda CR-V has all the comfort, safety and driving features required, making the Honda CR-V a all-round great SUV.

 

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