The new much larger sixth-generation Honda CR-V - it has been stretched by 59mm and is 10mm wider - has grown in virtually all dimensions and size-wise sits somewhere between a Toyota RAV4 and a Kia Sorento.
There are seven grades on offer and a mix of front and all-wheel drive, petrol and hybrid and five and seven-seat model grades.
The second model grade in the line-up is the VTi L, which is a front-wheel drive (FWD), five-seat grade. There are two seven-seat grades if you need more space for humans.
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All CR-Vs except the flagship e:HEV RS hybrid are powered by Honda’s 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine, delivering 140kW/240Nm and paired with a CVT.
The whole CR-V range is packed with standard gear, and the entry VTi L adds privacy glass, in the rear, auto one-touch power windows, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, a smart key card, roof rails, sat nav, leather-appointed seats, and 18-inch alloys over the base VTi X.
It also comes with a 9.0-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto, power-adjustable driver's seat, drive-mode selector, wireless smartphone charger, a hands-free power tailgate with a walkaway close function, eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat, and a 7.0-inch driver display.
All CR-V grades come with a healthy standard safety features list, with the 'Honda Sensing' active safety suite including auto emergency braking, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, road departure mitigation, and active cruise control with low-speed follow, while traffic jam assist and traffic sign recognition are new to the suite.
The VTi L gains the rear cross-traffic alert and blind spot monitor not offered in the VTi X.