We know that the numbers offered by the automakers and EPA might not always be the numbers that you will be getting when you get behind the wheel. MotorTrend has just released the Real-World MPG results for some of the top models in the market and here is what the Honda CR-V will be offering in real life.
Of course, it depends on how you drive the vehicle but according to MotorTrend, the Honda CR-V was able to return about 21.9mpg in the city instead of 27mpg in the city. The Honda CR-V will be running on a 1.5-liter turbo four engine that will be offering about 190hp and 179lb ft of torque. There is also a 2.4-liter I-4 engine.
Even with a much lower mpg, the Honda CR-V still manage to come second out of the nine vehicles that MotorTrend tested out so that it is still pretty impressive.