2019 Honda Cr-v Review And Buying Guide | Everything You Need To Know

2019 Honda CR-V Review and Buying Guide | Everything you need to know

The 2019 Honda CR-V is one of the bestselling vehicles in the country, and while popularity doesn't necessarily go hand-in-hand with excellence, it most certainly does in this case. The CR-V is impeccably well-rounded with space, fuel economy, performance, value, safety and quality that betters most of its compact crossover SUV competitors. And while some of its rivals may be sportier, more characterful or off-road capable, none manage to cater to such a wide audience. We highly recommend any search for a small SUV include the 2019 CR-V.

What's new for 2019?

The Honda CR-V is unchanged for 2019. It was last redesigned for 2017.

What's the CR-V's interior and technology like?

The CR-V provides a tasteful, if a tad dull, design aesthetic backed up with above-average materials and build construction for this segment. If you're a previous CR-V owner, you'll note that this most recent version features a higher-quality and more premium environment than past models. If you aren't, you'll still find it to have one of the nicest cabins in terms of quality, and also one of the most functional, as it boasts a number of clever storage solutions in the center console.

2019 Lexus Es: First Official Photos And Everything Else We Know

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As a result, the GS is rumored to meet the chopping block, with the ES taking over as the luxury automaker's sole mid-size sedan. So what will the next-generation ES look like? Let's investigate further.

2019 Lexus Es Is Coming On April 25, Here's Everything We Know

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As a result, the GS is rumored to meet the chopping block, with the ES taking over as the luxury automaker's sole mid-size sedan. So what will the next-generation ES look like? Let's investigate further.