All versions of the CR-V are okay – rather than outstanding – to drive. Five-seat models are very practical, while the seven-seater disappointsread the full model review
Trims have yet to be confirmed by Honda, but they are expected to be broadly similar to those for the outgoing CR-V. From that, we can deduce that S is likely to have 17in wheels, climate control, electric windows and adaptive cruise control, while SE will get trinkets such as privacy glass, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera. The priciest trims should get bigger alloy wheels, electrically operated and heated leather seats, keyless entry and a powered tailgate.
Engine:1.5 VTEC Turbo
The only engine that will be available from launch is the 1.5-litre petrol with a six-speed, manual gearbox.