Honda CR-V 2019 crossovers use a 184-horsepower inline-4 paired to a continuously variable transmission (CVT), while EX and higher trims feature a turbo-4 rated at 190 hp. This five-seat compact crossover SUV boasts a roomy, interior, versatile, and what it lacks in driving it to make up for in impressive crash-test results and good real-world fuel economy.
The Honda CR-V 2019 model chrome grille sits high above an unadorned gap upper the front bumper. showing from the side, the CR-V has a beautiful chrome character line that swoops up into the rearmost roof pillar. The new CR-V will pack Honda’s new agile handling assist system (AHA). In essence, we’re looking at an electronic stability setup that subtly responds to steering commands in corners and lane changes at roundabouts for more stability and predictability.
2019 Honda crv is a prime candidate for a hybrid drivetrain. It would join hybrid versions of the Nissan Rogue, Toyota RAV4, and Mitsubishi Outlander as the only gas-electric entries in the compact-crossover class, one of America’s fastest growing automotive segments.CR-V mid-lifecycle freshening, where we could see more significant styling, powertrain, and feature updates, will likely happen for the 2020 model year.
Honda CR-V 2019 interior would employ a gas-powered 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine and at least two battery-powered electric motors. Combined output would be around 212 hp. If Honda follows Toyota path, there would be a third electric motor at the back side, which would handle power delivery to the back wheels in place of a traditional driveshaft.
Honda engineers have increased the wheelbase by 40 mm and the width by 35 mm. This directly benefits the life on board, and the front occupants gain for example 5 mm of roof clearance while the rear passengers see the space to the legs increase of not less than 50 mm. To do this, the fuel tank, located in front of the rear wheels, has been reduced, which will necessarily affect the autonomy.
Pleasant to look at, enjoyable to drive, and right on gas. The Honda CR-V 2019 is the mostly fuel-efficient compact crossover we have tested so far, and it’s not a hybrid yet. Plus, the newer, more compelling powerplant has better EPA fuel economy than the base engine.
Any parent is moonlighting as a street racer might be disappointed with the CR-V’s acceleration. On the other hand, they along with everyone else will appreciate its refined ride, enthusiastic steering, and strong brakes.
A stylish and spacious interior creates a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere in the CR-V. Quality materials and a familiar layout combine for a contemporary look and feel.