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By Jonathan Crouch
Added 9th April, 2020
The Honda e redefines what a full-electric city car can be. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
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It’s easy to imagine yourself as target market for a car like this CR-V. You’ve a couple of kids, an active lifestyle, a need to haul things around and an aversion to rather dull large estate cars. The thing is though, you’ve also an aversion to the kind of mid-sized SUV soft roaders that such a mindset would normally direct you towards. Understandably perhaps, you think they’re all rather pretentious and silly.
In summary, we can see why so many global customers will accept nothing less than Honda’s interpretation of what an SUV of this kind should be. And what’s on offer with this MK5 CR-V is a model that could conceivably interest many more of them. Ultimately, it remains distinctively different, distinctively. CR-V. Which ultimately, might very well be all you need.
The improved version of the fifth generation Honda CR-V, now only offered as a Hybrid, makes plenty of sense, thinks Jonathan Crouch
Honda’s third generation HR-V small SUV switches to full-hybrid power yet still retains its practical virtues. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
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