Since the mid-90s, the Honda CR-V has been winning over fans. Now, decades later, with competition only growing in numbers and variety, the Honda CR-V not only holds on but thrives. This compact crossover SUV has proven its staying power time and time again, and the 2021 model year has arrived to keep the name going strong.
The 2021 Honda CR-V is known for making excellent use of its interior space despite technically being a “compact” vehicle. Competitors often sacrifice cargo space to improve seating roominess or vice versa, but the CR-V achieves spacious seating room and cargo areas. The CR-V really puts the “Utility” in Sport Utility Vehicle, but that is far from its only achievement. Refer to the chart below for model details and available features.
Entertainment, Convenience & Comfort
|1.5L 4-Cylinder Inline Turbocharged Engine
||Road Departure Mitigation System
||9-Speaker, 330-Watt Premium Audio System with Subwoofer|
|Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
||Collision Mitigation Braking System™
||Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®|
|Available All-Wheel Drive
||Lane Keeping Assist System
|190 Horsepower and 179 lb-ft of Torque
||Hands-Free Access Power Tailgate|
It doesn’t take a detective to see that the 2021 Honda CR-V has everything a great compact crossover should have. Even without going for the highest trim level, owners of any 2021 Honda CR-V still get quality, performance, and the automaker’s storied reliability. There are a total of four trim levels, not including hybrid models. Every trim has a hybrid version except for the base model, so anyone looking for a compact crossover with flexibility can find an answer in the 2021 Honda CR-V.