Honda CR-V VTi-LX 2020 Review

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Honda’s mid-sized SUV is more expensive now, but do the higher equipment levels and fresh new look make it a good-value purchase? ????Full Review:

Although it’s not going to attract the sort of attention of a new Red Hot Chilli Peppers album, the facelifted 2021 Honda CR-V brings more model-grades, more equipment and more useful features to the table.

The Honda CR-V, which stands for ‘comfortable runabout vehicle’ according to some, gets an exterior nip and tuck that brings a more contemporary look and feel, and top-spec models get a massive wireless smartphone charge pad and new-look 19-inch alloy wheels as well.

That it has a full-sized 19-inch spare wheel is impressive, as are a number of other unique features, such as clever rear doors and a versatile interior fitout.

Honda’s four-cylinder petrol powertrains are unchanged – and are getting a little old – and price price increases of up to $4500 are not a good look either. But for all that, new Honda CR-V model range spanning $30,490 to $47,490 still offers decent value and is very much fit for purpose.

Fast Forward
00:00 - Intro
00:24 - New features
01:14 - Pricing
01:28 - Interior & Technology
02:35 - Second Row Features
03:05 - Cargo space
03:32 - Behind the wheel
04:47 - Verdict

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