The 2015 Honda CR-V makes modest improvements to efficiency, safety and tech across the board, but faces very stiff competition from younger challengers.
Honda has enjoyed success in the US with its Civic and Accord cars, and adds a range of crossover SUVs to its line-up. The company is also the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer; getting its start building motorized bikes in the late 1940s.
A very practical and easy-to-drive vehicle, the 2012 Honda CR-V shows off a few tech highlights, but is mostly content to rest on its laurels.
The Honda CR-V is starting to show its age and is in need of a serious cabin tech overhaul. Fortunately, the performance and handling still have a few years left in them.
The 2009 Honda CR-V EX-L's small size and Civic-like handling make it a great choice for city dwellers who occasionally need to haul things--or people. While the cabin tech is impressive, a few more features, such as Bluetooth or iPod connectivity, would make it a home run.
With its stylish exterior and interior design and a wealth of useful tech features, the 2007 Honda CR-V is a positive evolution for the popular urban SUV. If you're into digital audio, just make sure you bring your iPod.
Brian Cooley fights with voice commands and delves into the adaptive drive features of the latest Honda CR-V.
Brian Cooley delves into the secret sauce of the latest Honda CR-V, shows you some techie headlight upgrades for your old auto, and (barely) takes a look at invisible cars.
Brian Cooley delves into the latest Honda CR-V, shows you some techie headlight upgrades for your old auto, and (barely) takes a look at invisible cars.
The fourth-generation CR-V dates back to 2012, but the compact SUV receives a facelift for the 2015 model year.
Honda used the Paris Motor Show to debut its new Honda Connect infotainment system, letting owners install apps on this Android OS-based system.