2017 Honda CR-V Doing Civic Proud
The Honda CR-V and Honda Civic might be two totally different model but they a lot of similarities like their goal to be the best in their segment.
The Honda Civic is dominated their segment right now and the Honda CR-V will most likely do the same as well especially now that the EPA numbers are out. We know that the new Honda CR-V was going to have a better fuel economy but EPA has just shown us how much better it really is.
The Honda CR-V will be offering about 28mpg in the city and 34mpg on the highway with its 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that will be offering about 190hp. Those with an all-wheel-drive model will be offering about 27mpg in the city and 33mpg on the highway.
The 2,4-liter engine will be offering about 26mpg in the city and 32mpg on the highway while the all-wheel-drive model will be offering about 25mpg in the city and 31mpg on the highway
Compared to rivals like the Kia Sportage, Toyota RAV4, and Subaru Forester, the CR-V is definitely leading right now.