2012 Honda CR-V Sport Utility Crossover
Benefits of Driving a 2012 Honda CR-V Sport Utility Crossover
Honda has a successful formula for their compact SUV and they see little reason to deviate too much. All CR-Vs come with a capable 4-cylinder engine, a cleverly designed interior and compact exterior dimensions. This is all wrapped up in attractively designed sheet metal and sold with available all-wheel drive at a competitive price. While some competitors have allowed their vehicles to balloon in size, features and price, Honda has steadfastly stuck to the winning formula that has made every generation of CR-V a success.
What's new for 2012?
The compact SUV segment has been is one of the most competitive in the industry over the past few years. Honda is determined to stay ahead of the pack with their brand new for 2012 CR-V. The small SUV has been completely redesigned with new sheet metal, a new engine and a more space efficient interior. Now in its fourth generation, the 2012 CR-V is looking to continue Honda's success in the small SUV market.
- Practical and well-equipped with available all-wheel-drive.
The CR-V is available in three well equipped trim levels. LX, the most basic trim comes with air conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, remote entry, a 160-watt 4-speaker audio system, a multi informational display in the dashboard and electronic power steering. EX trim upgrades the stereo to a 6-speaker system, while adding rear privacy glass, a security system, 17-inch alloy wheels and a 1-touch power moonroof with tilt controls. The top of the line EX-L adds leather seats, dual zone climate control, a 10-way power adjustable driver's seat, heated front seats, a 328-watt 7-speaker audio system with XM Radio, heated mirrors and halogen headlights. Options available on the EX-L include a navigation system or a rear seat entertainment system. All versions of the CR-V are available in front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive configurations.