The CR-V is a cornerstone of Honda's American lineup. Since it debuted here in 1997, the automaker's sold more than 5 million copies. Last year alone, the CR-V accounted for nearly 60% of the brand's SUV sales. Clearly, customers appreciate this vehicle's combination of reliability and affordability, efficiency and spaciousness.
Building on that inherent goodness, the 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid is more economical, powerful and refined than the conventional model. In short, it's an even better CR-V.
Despite offering various hybrid models for years, Honda has never had a gasoline-electric SUV in its American lineup, but the CR-V Hybrid finally changes that. This crossover's introduction is part of a larger push to reduce emissions and improve efficiency. The automaker is aiming to electrify two-thirds of its global vehicle lineup by the year 2030.
The forthcoming electric vehicles will be sold under the Honda brand, but use GM's Ultium batteries and Super Cruise driver assistance tech.
The new tech is standard on every model aside from the base trim, but it comes with a price increase.
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The gasoline-electric version of Honda's popular CR-V is more than just a smart buy, it's a great vehicle.
This amped-up utility vehicle is a better choice than its gasoline-powered counterpart.
The new Honda CR-V Hybrid is better than you might expect.
It's big, expensive and heavy, but it's also one of the most pleasant motorcycles on sale today.
How in Earth has Honda managed to make an 800-pound bike this good?