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2010 Honda CRV - Review
This 2010 Honda CRV Review will help you determine if the Honda CRV is the best car for you. The experts from U.S. News give an overview of the Honda CRV, focusing on what makes it stand out so you can decide if it fits your lifestyle.
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Jamie Deaton: This is the Honda CR-V and if you're watching this, you're probably thinking about buying one. The Honda CR-V is a compact SUV, but you can also call it a crossover, because it rides on a car platform and isn't meant for heavy off-road use. It competes against other crossover SUVs like the Toyota RAV4, GMC Terrain, and Chevrolet Equinox. Reviewers really like the CR-V because it offers a great combination of practicality and affordability. In fact, it's an award-winning car. For 2010, it was our best compact crossover SUV for the money, and Kelley Blue Book named it a Best Resale Value Award Winner. In fact, the only real flaws that the CR-V has, is what it doesn't offer. With the CR-V you can't get a third row seat, a V-6 engine, or a manual transmission. But that's pretty common for the class. Another very slight downside to the CR-V is that its base price and gas mileage are only about average for the class. The bottom line on the CR-V is if you can live without V6 power or manual transmission or a third row seat, it offers a great combination of factors that should really work for most families. If you want to learn more about the CR-V, check out our other videos on its seating interior features, how it handles cargo, how it drives, and the other crossover SUVs you'll want to consider.