2011 Honda CR-V: Specs, Price and Review Roundup

The 2011 Honda CR-V is one of those vehicles that you either love or hate, but making it into the top ten best selling Japanese cars in December 2010 is proof that it is a very popular car. One of the reasons could be due to the price, as the SSP in the U.S. is $21,695. Just think, you are getting a 4WD vehicle with a luxurious interior, refined design and a powerful yet efficient engine.

The Car Connection wrote an in-depth review back in October last year and rated it 7.3 out of 10. For some they will be happy with that score and might go and purchase the Honda CR-V, but reviewer Bengt Halvorson does point out that the vehicle is not that exciting. However, he does go on to say that it is perfect for families who need a versatile CUV.

Automobile also has a detailed review and even offers the full specs and features. As always, you will need to add a fair few hundred or thousands of dollars to add certain features that are not included in the base price.

It is iGuida that has what we believe to be the best review of them all, and offers you a buying guide to go with it. They seem to love the CR-V, but it is the lack of USB and Bluetooth features that seems to be a little off-putting for some potential buyers. For full specs visit

Would you consider the 2011 Honda CR-V, or would you much rather choose a rival CUV?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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