The Honda CR-V is 4596mm long (with a 2660mm wheelbase), 1855mm wide, 1689mm high and it weighs 1597kg. And it seems like Honda has really maximised every bit of space these dimensions afford the interior because there's plenty of room for everyone, so it makes for a comfortable space for longer road trips.
It's also a very impressive cabin: it's basic, it's not spectacular, but, as mentioned, fit and finish is really nice, and build quality is solid.
There are lots of storage spaces and I also like the fact that many of those storage spices have a grippy textured base that holds onto your bits and pieces, your cups so that even if the CR-V is bouncing around, on an uneven road or track surface, those stored items will stay where they are.
I did have some minor issues with with the CR-V's 7.0-inch touchscreen though: it's really not big enough. It's quite colourful and clear enough but I found it quite difficult to operate it and to sort out the functions.
Boot space is claimed to be 522 litres with the second-row seats in use. And back there, you get a power socket and tie-down points.
With the second row down and out of the way, there's a claimed combined 1084 litres of cargo space.
The second-row seats have three top tether points and two ISOFIX points.
There are two cup holders in the centre fold-down arm-rest, as well as USB points and air-vent controls in the back of the centre console.
And it's comfortable – when I sat behind my driving position there's a fair bit of head, leg and knee room.