2018 Honda CR-V Review

26/32  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.5  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
39.2-75.8  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Honda CR-V?

There was a redesign of the CR-V for 2017, which means that the new 2018 model is among the best the line has to offer. Although it hasn't changed much for the current model year, the new CR-V is roomier and more stylish than models from previous generations. It's also got a new turbocharged engine that improves both speed and fuel economy so that you can enjoy the best of all worlds. With the upgraded infotainment system, the CR-V includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. These features - the latest in smartphone infotainment - display apps like Maps and Messages on your touchscreen, so there's no need to look down at your phone.

2018 Honda CR-V Interior

Features & Trims

When you test-drive this five-passenger crossover SUV, you can choose from four trim models. The entry-level LX is the most affordable, but it never feels cheap. You'll enjoy essential tech features - like Bluetooth, a USB port, and a 5-inch touchscreen - as well as a roomy, comfortable cabin. The mid-grade EX model kicks things up a notch, making life simpler with keyless entry and start. The dual-zone automatic climate control lets you set two different temperatures for driver and front passenger, preparing for one pleasant road trip. The EX-L is even more luxurious, with leather upholstery and an eight-speaker audio system with HD radio. Finally, there's the high-end Touring model. This crossover speaks to your need for style with dual chrome exhaust tips and ambient interior lighting. It also includes a navigation system, so you can explore new horizons without having to worry about getting lost.

Honda CR-V Powetrain Specs

2018 Honda CR-VThe new CR-V comes with one of two powertrains. In the entry-level CR-V LX, you'll find a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. It makes 184 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque for quick acceleration on the highway. The base powertrain is pretty good on gas, too, earning up to 26 city/32 highway mpg. However, you can earn even better fuel mileage with the turbocharged four-cylinder engine. This option is also more powerful, generating 190 horses and 179 pound-feet of torque for impressive highway merging and passing maneuvers.

Safety Features & Driver Aids

2018 Honda CR-V RearEven if you're the kind of driver that tends to worry, the CR-V will boost your confidence. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave this crossover a perfect five stars for overall safety. It also earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's top score of "Good" in every crash tests, making it an IIHS 2018 Top Safety Pick. And, in addition to pristine crash-test ratings, the Honda CR-V offers all the latest in driver safety aids. This technology helps you spot danger before it can become an issue, and can even intervene on your behalf. The forward collision warning and mitigation system, for example, can automatically apply the brakes if you fail to act in time to avoid a collision. Should you stray outside the lines, the lane departure assist system gently guides you back into the proper lane. When you out the CR-V in reverse, the rearview camera display provides dynamic gridlines to help you back into a parking spot.

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