REVIEW: High price a sticking point in two-wheel drive Honda CR-V



Honda’s once-popular SUV is outgunned in value for money by all-wheel drive rivals

The Honda CR-V at one point enjoyed a strong following in SA, but it may be pricing itself ever further into the ranks of the niche. Launched in the mid nineties, it was one of the early pioneers of the SUV/crossover genre that has grown into the high-volume cash cow it has, and provided good family practicality and gravel-driving ability with reasonable affordability.

The sixth generation CR-V recently arrived in SA with prices that are hard to swallow and, controversially, the vehicle is no longer available with all-wheel drive…


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