Honda CR-V has always been criticized for being more of a MPV than a real SUV, despite this we liked it! We like its innocent face, and the fact that each of its MPV-ish features have their uses in the real world. For 2011 the CR-V has been revised, slightly, and features an upgraded exterior and new equipments.
The new model can be had as the SE or Special Edition, fitted with a number of extra features including lightweight alloys, a 160-watt AM/FM/6-disc changer with six speakers, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and rear privacy glass.
Other standard kit you get with the car include items like 5-speed automatic transmission with active lockup torque converter, Grade Logic Control system, Real Time 4WD system, air conditioning with air-filtration system, keyless entry, tilt-and-telescopic steering column, cruise control, power windows with auto-up/down driver’s window, power door and tailgate locks, AM/FM/CD audio system with four speakers, fuel economy meter and 17-inch steel wheels.
The power still comes from the a 2.4-liter four-cylinder VTEC engine developing 180 horsepower and 161 lb-ft of torque.