Car reviews - Honda - CR-V - 5-dr wagon
18 Mar 2002
HONDA claims the CR-V's cabin space has increased by eight per cent. The high-mounted front and rear seating areas have plenty of head and legroom and the vehicle has generous window space all around. The centre console is still a foldable tray table, leaving enough room for front occupants to walk through to the rear. The walk-through facility limits the number of storage areas, which are nonetheless adequate in the standard CR-V - the Sport model adds seatback pockets. Sport and base models come with individual driver and front passenger armrests (automatic only) and the rear seat has a shared fold-down centre armrest with cupholders that can be used when the centre seat is free.
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Did you know?A 50th Anniversary model CR-V ran from September 1998 to December 1998, before the CR-V Sport model was introduced in March 1999, bringing an updated engine
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