Honda's CR-V, a small SUV, has proven very popular for its passenger and cargo versatility, ranking in the top 10 of all vehicles sold in the US to this date in 2016.

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Honda gave the CR-V an update in 2015, maintaining its platform but fitting it with a new direct-injection engine and other equipment.

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Honda's grille design shows consistency across models, from the CR-V to the new Civic.

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Direct injection helps the CR-V's 2.4-liter four-cylinder achieve 185 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque, good numbers for the segment.

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Fuel economy for the CR-V comes in at an EPA-rated 25 mpg city and 31 mpg highway for all-wheel-drive models, with a 2 mpg gain for front-wheel-drive models.

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Driver-assistance features include Honda LaneWatch, a camera view down the right side of the car, automatic pre-collision braking and adaptive cruise control.

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The CR-V is tuned for sporty handling rather than pure comfort.

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The all-wheel-drive system is completely automatic, throwing torque from the front to the rear wheels as needed. Ground clearance comes in at 6.8-inches.

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Cargo capacity, with the second row seats down, comes in at a little over 70 cubic feet.

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This CR-V is a high trim Limited model with navigation.

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The stereo is only average, with six speakers and a subwoofer. Honda doesn't offer a premium upgrade.

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Honda has always offered quality cabin materials, and the CR-V comports with this tradition.

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To fold down the second row, you first need to lift the seat bottoms.

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The navigation head unit is not very good, and lacks support for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

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The steering shows good feel, with enough heft so you feel connected to the car.

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Honda's recent gauge design economizes instrument panel space.

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The only transmission available is continuously variable.

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