Review and Test Drive: 2020 Honda CR-V Touring

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Once underway, the 1.5-liter four banger develops 190 horses and 179 pound-feet of torque mated to a continuously variable transmission, making the CR-V Touring particularly well suited for its eponymous function. 

Most importantly, the 2020 CR-V gets the full range of Honda Sensing driver-assistance technology – standard across the line.  The impressive list of features includes adaptive radar cruise control, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assistant, forward collision warning with mitigation, road departure mitigation (to keep you on the road), blind-spot warning, and automatic high beams.

Our Touring model came equipped with LED headlamps as well.


There are several indisputable reasons that the Honda CR-V is a top-selling vehicle.  The combination of comfort, refinement, practicality, and good looks places it regularly on the short list of car buyers who are looking for just those attributes from an automaker that has delivered them for a quarter of a century.


2020 Honda CR-V Touring
Base price/price-as-tested $33,350/$35,008
Drivetrain Front engine, front-wheel drive
Engine 1.5-liter inline four
Horsepower/1 190 / 179
Transmission CVT
Curb weight (lbs) 3,337
Wheelbase(inches) 104.8
Length x width x height(inches) 182.1 x 73 x 66.1
0-60 mph(seconds) (est.) 7.5
Fuel economy(mpg) (city/hwy) 28/34


(Photos: Accura Media Group)


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