Used 2018 Honda CR-V SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2018 Honda CR-V SUV Crossover

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 Pros Front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive can be configured for all trims.

 Pros The turbocharged engine delivered immediate power and has a wide power band.

 Pros Its cornering ability was composed and body roll was negligible.

 Pros The steering had the ideal weight and provided great feedback from the road.

 Pros Braking performance was very good with a predictable stopping force and a responsive pedal.

 Pros The EX trim already has a generous amount of features and options.

 Pros Excellent safety ratings provide a sense of security for the potential buyer.

 Pros Its doors open wide and getting inside was not a hassle at all.

 Pros Legroom and headroom for both rows of seats were spacious.

 Pros Seat comfort lasted the whole day, even on long road trips.

 Pros The ride quality remained compliant despite going over bumps and cracks.

 Pros The cargo hold has a good amount of volume for the vehicle’s size.

 Pros Both engine options are fuel efficient in the city and highway.

 Cons The bigger displacement engine is only available for the base trim.

 Cons The continuous variable transmission, despite performing well, is not as fast as a gear-based transmission.

 Cons The base trim lacks desirable features for passenger convenience and smartphone connectivity.

 Cons There are no available advanced safety and driver aids for the base trim.

 Cons The bigger wheels, sunroof, and spoiler are not available for the base trim.

 Cons There is no third row of seats, ideally for smaller adults or children.

 Cons Leather upholstery is only available for the two higher-end trim levels.

 Cons Only the driver seat enjoys adjustability of support and seat height.