Which used Honda CR-V estate should I buy?
Entry-level Honda CR-V S models are poorly equipped and are best avoided because they come without basics such as Bluetooth. We would suggest that you go for at least an SE, as it comes with everything you’d expect, and unless you must have an abundance of gadgets, buying anything above this version is not worth doing unless it’s a very good deal.
We would also recommend buying a post-facelift model with the more efficient 1.6-litre diesel engine because it'll be cheaper to run than the earlier 2.2-litre diesel, and you won't have to thrash it quite as much as the 2.0-litre petrol in order to make swift progress.
Our favourite Honda CR-V: 1.6 i-DTEC SE 2WD
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