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Better than Expected!

George Mulloy, 06/06/2022
2022 Honda CR-V Hybrid Touring 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
48 of 48 people found this review helpful

I went from an Accord EX-L to my CR-V Hybrid Touring. The amenities are essentially the same so I am not “missing” anything. I researched Lexus NX350h (new for 2022) and where CR-V tops out in price and Lexus begins, the CR-V has MUCH more to offer. Yes, Lexus does add their “Safety 3.0” and that does offer better safety but Lexus IS all-new for 2022 and the CR-V is in its fifth year with this model year so not a fair comparison. What is a fair comparison is features like REAL leather in the CR-V and plastic (PU) in the NX. Better mileage and more room in the CR-V. I have owned my CR-V seven months and put almost 11,000 miles on it and have gone on some road trips. Let me tell you, the ride is quiet, smooth, and very enjoyable. The seats are very comfortable! The adaptive cruise control (ACC) and lane keep assist (LKAS) make it very easy to ride (yes, ride and not drive) in this car. Sure, I’m driving but the car brakes for me when I approach the car in front of me and resumes speed when the safe distance is resumed (four modes to select from). The LKAS actually steers the car for me (not make a turn). Makes driving long distances very easy! Let’s talk mileage. My overall MPG average since I left the dealership with .2 miles is 40.5!! I have not reset my Trip B odometer and mileage so that is my actual reading. I consistently average 41.7 MPG each week. You might ask then why is your overall mileage lower? Well, because I live in AZ and when I go on road trips I go north to the mountains and climbing up mountains takes a bit more gas but I still got 35 MPGs average on my 470 mile weekend trip! So read all the reviews of those who don’t have good to say about the CR-V and know that it’s probably their aggressive driving habits that cause them to be disappointed that their CR-V missed the mark or not what they expected. Remember, it’s an SUV and not a racing performance car so if one is aggressive with the gas pedal, it does not matter if the car is a hybrid, the mileage will suffer! And lastly, to the Pompano Beach, FL person who is disappointed that the seats are not cooled and gave the CR-V only 2 stars, how ridiculous of them! Why is it Honda‘s fault that the seats are not cooled and not their fault for making sure before making the car purchase? A review of the car should be about the car and NOT one’s lack of due diligence to make an informed purchase!!

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5 out of 5 stars

Smooth, quiet, super comfortable

Brian G, 11/02/2021
2022 Honda CR-V Hybrid EX-L 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
65 of 66 people found this review helpful

This vehicle handles like a dream. The acceleration is impressive, and the transition from electric is barely noticeable. While the practical safety features give peace of mind, the interior, from the steering wheel to the dashboard to the seats, feels surprisingly like a luxury model.

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The Touring has it all

Dana, 01/17/2022
2022 Honda CR-V Hybrid Touring 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
38 of 38 people found this review helpful

Great luxury features (love the seat warmers and steering wheel warmer, auto headlights and auto windshield wipers). Having a hybrid is super. But the real world mileage does not meet the manufacturer’s claims, and EV mode is not very useful in practice. Nonetheless, my CR-V hybrid does a lot better mileage wise than my last SUV. And I’ve read car site expert reviews knocking the dash display, but I think it’s fine and don’t have any of the problems the experts cited. I definitely recommend this car.

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Surprisingly quiet

George D, 10/28/2021
2022 Honda CR-V Hybrid Touring 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
59 of 60 people found this review helpful

Just purchased a new 2022 cr-v hybrid suv, the touring model. First off, it is to my wife and I, a luxury vehicle. Yes I know that this is not a luxury car, but to us it very nice. Great features, but the thing that has to take time is how quiet it is. When you start the car, no engine noise, just a warning on the dash that says, “ car is ready to drive. “ Plenty of space and features. With gas prices going up, this car says 600-700 miles. range.

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Adulthood with all the bells and whistles

SB_Charlie, 05/06/2022
2022 Honda CR-V Hybrid EX-L 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
18 of 18 people found this review helpful

It was time; I'm approaching middle age, have a big dog and parent who uses a walker. My beloved 2 door VW GTI with manual trans wasn't cutting it anymore. I also needed to get a little better fuel economy. I was hoping to get an Electric vehicle but with high costs and limited availability it wasn't in the cards yet. The CR-V Hybrid ticks a lot of boxes. It doesn't do anything exceptionally well, but it's pretty OK at a whole lot of things in one cost effective package. I like the comfortable leather seats (although the seat depth is a bit short for my long thighs), the interior ergonomics are great, and the in-car electronics are fairly intuitive to use. The adaptive cruise control, and lane following assistance are a nice feature for long freeway trips. The blindspot detection is a very welcome enhancement when backing out of my driveway on a very busy street. Also my dog loves the power tailgate, and I love the regenerative braking control paddles. Some of the cons: This is not quite the solid Honda build quality that I'm used to from 40 something years of being in a Honda/Acura family, but it's not bad. Everybody and their mother has a CR-V so finding yours in a big parking lot can be an issue. Some people complain about the fuel economy and I agree that it would be nice if the 40/38/35mpg EPA fuel economy ratings were achievable anywhere besides flat land at less that 55mph. I live in a hilly coastal area of California and I'm getting about 35.5mpg in mostly city driving with hills, and I got about 31mpg driving to Las Vegas. I think that's reasonable for a roomy mechanical 4wheel drive SUV that comfortably carries 5 people and two weeks worth of groceries on 87 gasoline. I can't really think of another vehicle with all those capabilities that gets better fuel economy on gas.

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