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While more of a hatchback on stilts than a true SUV, the CR-V is still exactly what most buyers are looking for when it comes to versatility. Its exterior gives it a look that is stylish and modern, while the interior is quiet and made from soft-touch materials. Front seats provide ample support. Handling is quite good, with a supple suspension, great steering, and grippy brakes. A 184-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder teams up with a CVT. Front-wheel drive is standard; all-wheel drive is optional.
Most automakers have pretty much moved on from producing Baja 1000–ready SUVs. It’s not that there isn’t still romance in the adventure of crashing over boulders at high speed and getting caked in the dust of desert competition. It’s just that modern car-based crossover SUVs like the Honda CRV, with its elevated driving position; 70-plus cubic feet of cargo space (with the rear seats down); friendly fuel economy, ride, and handling; and available four-wheel drive, offer pretty much everything today’s buyer needs in such a vehicle.
Indeed, when the CR-V first broke cover in 1997 as a Civic-based high-roof wagon, Honda was rebadging Isuzu Rodeos as Passports and the number-one-selling SUV in the States was the truckulent body-on-frame Ford Explorer. But Americans, notoriously dismissive of hatchbacks, have embraced the SUV cum wagon cum crossover by the freeway load, and such vehicles are now the dominant, bestselling body style—better than compact sedans, mid-size sedans, and even pickup trucks. And at the top of that heap is the CR-V, which was the highest-selling crossover/SUV in the U.S. in 2014.