The CR-V has claimed various industry accolades during the 2016 model year, including being named Best Buy of the Year among small SUVs and crossovers by Kelley Blue Book.*
What’s more, this ever-popular Honda SUV has garnered two of the automotive industry’s highest safety ratings: a 5-Star Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration** and a 2016 Top Safety Pick+ designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.***
Cost: The affordable CR-V’s trim levels and prices are as follows:
Value: In regard to the CR-V’s residual value, or the value it is anticipated to retain over time, this impressive SUV is projected to offer residual value of 46% after 60 months of being out on the road. In comparison, competitors like the 2016 Nissan Rogue and the 2016 Chevy Equinox will each retain only 35% of their original value after being driven for 60 months.
An impressive array of state-of-the-art technology features can be found on CR-V models, including remote entry, Bluetooth connectivity, SMS text messaging, speed-sensitive volume control, a radio data system, available Smart Entry, available SiriusXM Radio, an available Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System with voice recognition, and an available HomeLink remote system.
The CR-V further offers advanced safety and driver-assist features that include an available collision mitigation braking system, a multi-angle rearview camera, available forward collision warning, available lane departure warning, available Honda LaneWatch, and an available lane keeping assist system.
In addition to earning a 5-Star Safety Rating from the NHTSA for its impressive crash test performance,** the HR-V has further attracted abundant praise from industry pros for its various impressive assets.
Among awards the HR-V has claimed during the 2016 model year, it has been named 2016 Green SUV of Year by Green Car Journal.***** The HR-V has also been named among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Subcompact SUVs for Families.******
The 2016 HR-V lineup includes the following models and prices:
Value: In terms of residual value, the HR-V is estimated to retain 47% of its original value after 60 months of being driven. Some of its top rivals, in contrast, do not hold their value nearly as well, including the 2016 Nissan Juke, which will retain only 33% of its value after 60 months, and the 2016 Mazda CX-3, which is projected to offer just 35% residual value after 60 months.
When it comes to the state-of-the-art features offered onboard, the HR-V includes standard technology amenities such as Bluetooth HandsFreeLink, Bluetooth Streaming Audio, speed-sensitive volume control, a security system with remote entry, and more.
The HR-V additionally boasts various high-tech safety and driver-assist features that include a multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines, a tire pressure monitoring system, available Honda LaneWatch, and vehicle stability assist with traction control.