2017 Honda CRV Special Edition (SE) trim debuted, adding 17-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass and a security system at the base LX. Otherwise, the 2017 Honda CRV is unchanged. The 2017 Honda CRV most exciting vehicles on the planet, small crossovers offer a lot of features at an attractive price.
2017 Honda CRV give a commanding view of the road due to their increased ride height and easily accommodate four passengers and their luggage. Their engines are typically small and moderately powered, but fuel-efficient. As long as you’re not looking for a spirited driving experience, some vehicles are as thorough and practical. Among this group, the 2017 Honda CR-V is one of the best.
2017 Honda CRV Interior
Everyday usability is the driving force behind the interior design CR-V. The Honda CRV 2017 wide doors allow for easy entry and exit, and head and legroom is sufficient for front and rear passengers from the ship. A passenger seated in the rear middle seat will appreciate the lack of a protruding transfer tunnel would otherwise necessitate an uncomfortable seating position. Further back, the CR-V’s cargo area is large, with 37.2 cubic feet of space ready to swallow just about anything you want to throw it back. Pull the stem mounted levers and the spring-loaded rear seats fold down immediately, almost double the CR-V’s cargo capacity.
2017 Honda CRV Features
Honda also offers a long list of available safety and convenience features for the buyer wants a little extra. A sunroof, keyless ignition and entry and heated front seats are standard equipment on halfway up the 2017 Honda CRV’s hierarchy of trim levels. Also included on that trim (EX) is a trick passenger-side-mounted camera blind spot reduced by displaying a wide-angle image on the central touchscreen when the right blinker enabled. Those looking for additional security features may want to stand and take an automatic brake into account the top-level 2017 Honda CRV Touring, contributing job preservation when the 2017 Honda CRV senses an impending forward collision.
As much as we like the 2017 Honda CR-V, yet we recommend checking out, at least, a few of the other top models in this segment. The popular 2017 Toyota RAV4 gets a facelift this year with the CR-V’s redesigned to operate at 2015 Both can come off as a bit bland, though, so if you are looking for a crossover with a little more personality, the 2017 Ford Escape, and 2017 Mazda CX-5 is more athletic and fun to drive, while the Escape, 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, 2017 Jeep Cherokee and 2016 Subaru Forester offers stronger optional engines. But when you factor in things most people want most – practical, fuel consumption, usability, interior space and safety,the 22017 Honda CRV is hard to beat.