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Honda Awards, Honda CR-V, Uncategorized / 23.12.2015

As any Honda CR-V owner can tell you, winning the Kelley Blue Book Small SUV Best Buy Award for the second year in a row comes as no surprise. Here is an SUV redesigned in 2015 that was already a pretty reliable model before that. North Miami Beach consumers looking for an SUV that’s not too big might want to check out the 2016 Honda CR-V. Here are some reasons why it won KBB’s Best Buy Award. 2016 Honda CR-Vs Cargo Space For a small SUV, the 2016 Honda CR-V...

Honda CR-V, Honda HR-V, Uncategorized / 02.11.2015

Because crossovers offer so much in regards to utility, fuel economy, and value, they continue to grow in share of the automobile market. They offer the value that comes with a family sedan without the sedan look, and still they offer the practicality of a larger SUV without the wastefulness. You can drive something fresh, safe, and practical with a great reputation for quality without ever breaking the $30,000 line. When it comes to choosing between models, it is often difficult to recognize differences; we have written up...

Honda CR-V, Honda HR-V, Uncategorized / 31.07.2015

Are you wondering whether you should get the Honda HR-V or the Honda CR-V? What are the differences? Which one suits you better? Here are four basic comparisons- price, fuel economy, and acceleration, that might help you determine which Honda crossover vehicle is the right one for you. Price The MSRP for the HR-V is $19,995. The CR-V costs $4,330 more than the HR-V, making it 21.7% more expensive. Still, relative to the 2015 compact SUV/crossover price, $26,485, the CR-V is $2,160 cheaper, and relative to the average 2016 small SUV/crossover price,...

Honda CR-V, Uncategorized / 02.06.2015

Honda has rolled out the new facelift of its renowned entry-level SUV, the CR-V. The CR-V puts the “utility” in “sports utility vehicle.” It has improved fuel economy with its “Earth Dreams” engine and a versatile seating arrangement that can be folded 60-40 to make extra room for cargo while saving space for passengers. An Efficient Engine and Transmission: Saving Gas and Money   The Honda CR-V uses the direct-injected “Earth Dreams” engine, showing their dedication to environmental impact and conservation. It certainly delivers, with 185 horsepower, 27 miles per gallon...