The Honda CRV comes equipped with a number of striking aspects that adds to its appearance. To begin with the front, it has an aggressive radiator grille that has three horizontally positioned slats, treated with a lot of chrome. The headlight cluster surrounds the grille and includes HID projector lamps with washer in high-end variants, while the remaining trims have powerful halogen headlamps. The rear end has a wide windshield with defogger and an intermittent wiper. The boot lid is large and includes a chrome strip along with company’s emblem embossed on it

Its interiors are done up in a beige colour scheme. The seats are covered with leather upholstery and provide ample leg space. The instrument cluster comes with illumination control function, and is equipped with a number of notifications like low fuel warning light, digital trip meter, outside temperature display, door ajar warning and several other notifications for keeping the driver updated.

The Honda CRV is available in two petrol engine options. The 2.0-litre, In-line power plant has the ability to displace 1997 cc. It is integrated with 4 cylinders and 16 valves using a SOHC based valve configuration. This engine can churn out 153.9 bhp of maximum power output at 6500 rpm in combination with 190 Nm of peak torque at 4300 rpm. On the other hand, the 2.4-litre i-VTEC petrol motor comes with a displacement capacity of 2354cc. It is incorporated with 4-cylinders and 16-valves using a double overhead camshaft based valve system.

Unlike the Toyota Fortuner and Hyundai Santa Fe, the Honda CRV offers you decent ground clearance and wheelbase, along with affordable after-sales maintenance.

Petrol Variants of the Honda CRV are:

1. Honda CRV 2.0L 2WD MT

2. Honda CRV 2.0L 2WD AT

3. Honda CRV 2.4L 4WD AT

4. Honda CRV 2.4L 4WD AT AVN

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
21.24 Lakhs Get on road price
25.24 Lakhs Get on road price
26.31 Lakhs Get on road price

Our Verdict

The Honda CR-V is a well-known and popular SUV that has been around from over two decades and is regarded for its convenience, and feasibility. It wears the tag of being one of the first, original SUVs of its times. It recently saw a fourth iterative makeover, which definitely has not gone well with its fan base. Though, Honda has pretty much stuck to the original and not made major changes to its popular vehicle, still engine changes and design elements are seen. Even though a 4x4 drive, it is regarded as a soft-roader SUV which offers the comfort and handling of a sedan.