The 2016 Honda CR-V is a five-passenger crossover SUV in LX, EX and EX-L trim levels Touring. The Honda CR-V LX comes standard with 16-inches steel wheels, full power accessories, a reversing camera, cruise control, air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, fold back seat tilt with suitcase handles, Bluetooth, Telephone and audio connectivity and a sound system with four speakers CD player, an audio auxiliary jack, an iPod / USB audio interface and compatibility Pandora Internet Radio.
2016 Honda CR-V Features
The Honda CR-V EX adds alloy wheels 17 inches, automatic headlights with LED lights racing, sunroof, fog lights, tinted windows rear, retractable luggage compartment cover, central locking with remote control and down driver’s seat with eight-way (with a two-way power lumbar), Heated front seats , an angle of death surveillance system with a camera that your passenger side blind spot (the Lane Watch Honda) shows is a screen 7-inch touch, dynamic policies for the rear view camera and a sound system with six speakers with an additional USB port.
The 2016 Honda CR-V EX-L adds roof rails, heated mirrors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, dual-zone automatic temperature control, leather seats, satellite radio and a seven-speaker audio system. The passage of the pins on 18-inch wheels, projector headlights, a power liftgate, adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance system before, a lane departure warning system, settings memory driver’s seat, a navigation system and HD radio. The 2016 Honda CR-V Navigation system (with HD Radio) is optional trim on the EX-L, but there is no factory options on all CR-V.
2016 Honda CR-V Interior
There is an abundance of space for rear passengers and the reclining seats and LATCH child seat anchors in all three seating positions. Space in front is also good, especially with the possibility of further adjustments that comes with the driver’s seat available, offering greater visibility and a sense of openness. The Honda CR-V center console in the front cabin has adopted a more traditional design, ditching the seats, armrests style van last year and the long, deep bin that could swallow a handbag fitted.
There is now a pan covered armrest on the console with just enough room for a few items inside, is mounted with two cup-holders, accompanied by a small size of a sub-rack and more with adhesive surface for receiving smartphones. In other words, it is better for small objects, a little less great. Honda also added inserts the table with soft touch edge seams simulated to give the CR-V a premium atmosphere, but they have to find less successful.
The current generation of CR-V has subpar plastic used in various parts of the cabin from the get-go, and most of them were stuck many rivals around 2016 look and feel in the upscale interior. And although most controls are logically arranged and easy to learn, widely available 7-inch touch screen suffers from some keys difficult to decipher and sometimes confusing menu structure. We also hate the lack of volume and tuning knobs.
Besides being touchscreen, remarkable high-tech features include a rearview camera, Bluetooth, a message text reader with digitized speech and Pandora compatibility. These are all standard based LX, by the way; it will run on many additional competition when they are available for all. On the other hand some popular functions among the highest linings are limited, including a power lift-gate.
Power or not, shows a tailgate of the most user-friendly cargo area in the compact SUV segment. The CR-V 2016 to carry 35.2 cubic feet of cargo behind the rear seats. This area has a low platform and an overall square shape, which makes it to transport large items or dogs easier. Lower the rear seat backs, even folding spring with a tug of the hull-mounted lever is 70.9 cubic feet maximum area, which is one of the best values in the segment.
2016 Honda CR-V Engine
Every Honda CR-V is rated with an engine 2.4-liter four-cylinder with 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque. A CVT is the only available transmission. Buyers can choose between front-wheel and all-wheel versions. The fuel consumption of the EPA in 2016 CR-V is estimated with the front-wheel drive 29 mpg combined (27 city / highway 34), an excellent tour of this segment. The all-wheel drive CR-V at 28 mpg combined (26 city / highway 33) is right behind. In an acceleration test, a 2016 accelerated wheel CR-V from zero to 60 mph in 8.8 seconds which is a bit faster than the average.
2016 Honda CR-V Safety
In government tests, the CR-V has won 4-stars out of 5-stars for overall crash testing, with four stars for frontal crash protection and five stars for side impact protection. In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests, the 2016 Honda CR-V received the highest possible best rating in small coverage and moderate overlap frontal offset crash tests.
The CR-V also earned best score for roof strength, side impact and roof strength protection tests. The IIHS also tested the alarm system and the frontal crash mitigation option CR-V, and it gave a better rating of “Superior”. While performance testing, 4-wheel drive 2016 Honda CR-V came to a halt from 60 mph in 119 feet, which is a few feet shorter than the average for the class.