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(launched 2017, facelifted Nov-2020)

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Honda CR-V
3 stars - based on 12 reviews
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Car Review - Honda CR-V 1.5 Turbo 7-Seater (A)
With a punchy 1.5-litre turbocharged engine under the bonnet, the new Honda CR-V is a stylish and comfortable way of running about the city.

The Honda CR-V was facelifted on Nov 2020.
Read our review of the facelifted version.

Comparison - Honda CR-V vs Hyundai Santa Fe vs Mitsubishi Outlander
The Appealing 7 seaters CRV in 2020.
Went by Kah Motors to see for a friend. The first looks I can say is glittering which is now fitted fully with LED lights front and back. Comes more curvy looks too with rails and 18 inches wheels making it looks higher as a SUV. Interior, nicely laid out and with 7 inch touch screen, panaromic sunroof where space is adequate for 7 seats (5 + 2) and 3rd row air con too. Electric tailgate is there as well. Electric seats for both front passenger and driver too. Inside, its paired with 1.5L Turbo and CVT similar to the high spec Civic. The drive off was ok, during the cruising in normal mode, gear shifts are quiet which is an improvement over previous generation. This new CRV comes with Honda Sensing where front assist, side turn (left only) camera assist, lane watch assist, front-rear parking assist too. During Sports mode, does feel laggy, perhaps its too heavy as afterall its an SUV, even paired with turbo. Honda should consider at least 1.8L Turbo or even a 2.0L Turbo. If to stick to 1.5L or 1.6L, then the turbo has to be better. Overall, its a sizable SUV to have if you do not mind the turbo lag portion as it comes with many features.
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My first SUV
I have now owned the Honda CRV for slightly more than 15months. I had wanted an SUV for more stability and was looking at the new Forester but CO vetoed the purchase. I think on the whole it is a reliable bread and butter car. I don't think it is that exciting but it does give a sense of comfort and stability. I have the 7 seater version (not that I needed it but specs was only available in this version) so it does give me some flexibility if I need more space. The car is fairly stable at high speeds (~90km/h ... Hahahahahaha!) and sometimes you can get lost in the whole drive which is a good and bad thing.
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Love hate relation...
Drive was ok a little noise when reved. The SE I got didn't seem that eager to sell. The crossover/suv I found to be very strange. Vehicle of this magnitude did not have MEMORY SEATS! How dumb is that?? Overseas variant has got memory seat for the driver side but Spore, NONE. Common Kah Motor, for a 146k+ vehicle you expect only 1 driver to drive? Even more strange, sunvisor vanity mirror there is no light - ON BOTH SIDES? That's so basic Kah Motor?? No wireless charging and only one interior colour - black. So dingy and dark. Kah Motor needs to up its game and not be so oblivious about it. A 62k (with COE) Hyundai Avante comes with memory seats and sunvisor vanity light. If you want to compare apples with apples a Subaru Forester at 116k comes with all of the above PLUS 3 different interior colours! Now dig that Kah!
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Best Balanced Japanese CUV in Singapore right now
Owned the 7-seater variant for 1 week. I came from a Mazda2, but also test drove all the Japanese competition (CX5, CRV, Forester, Tucson, xtrail, 2019 rav4) and shortlisted the CX5 and CRV. For me, the CRV was best balance or price, features, drivability, space, power, utility. Cx5 was better drive (important to me), but lower end trim is underpowered and higher trim overpriced. Can understand why some reviews say it is noisy. It's noisier than competition at high speeds, but livable, especially in SG. There are also some irritations like no seat memory on power seats. The 7-seater is the better deal. The 5-seater isn't a good deal.
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