The Honda CR-V has always been one of the top-selling SUV in the market mainly because it is powerful as well as fuel efficient. Users never felt like they had to sacrifice one thing for the other. Now that Honda has given the CR-V an upgrade, does that still hold?
On paper, the Honda CR-V numbers looked great but we all know that the numbers on paper does not always match what we have in real. MotorTrend decided to put some models to the test and the result for the Real-World MPG is out now.
On paper, the Honda CR-V will be offering abotu 27mpg in the city and 33mpg on the highway. According to MotorTrend, the Honda CR-V will only be able to delver about 21.9mpg in the city when they tested it one the road. Of course, it all depends on how you drive it at the end of the day. With that number, the CR-V managed to nabbed the second spot with the Jeep Cherokee on the top.
The Honda CR-V will be coming in with a 2.4 liter I-4 engine. There is also the 1.5 lilter turbo four engine.