Honda Cr-V Estate Car Leases
The Honda CR-V Estate's History
The ever-popular Honda CR-V was released way back in 1997. CR-V stood for 'comfortable runabout vehicle' and that may be true but it's also come a very long way since then. It's still a great choice for families who need plenty of comfort and lots of space but it now stands out for a multitude of other reasons too. Read more
Why Drive a Honda CR-V Estate?
This is a muscular looking car. It sits pretty high up from the ground so you get better visibility all round compared to competitive vehicles.
Whichever engine you decide is best for your driving style and needs, the CR-V is a good performer. It's easy to drive around town, thanks to the great visibility and light steering parking it a doddle for an SUV.
Soft suspension makes the lumps and bumps on country roads a breeze and it's got plenty of grip too for tight corners.
Motorway driving isn't a let down either. It's comfortable and takes to the open road with ease. With all that space inside, it's an SUV that won't be a problem to take away for the weekend. Read less
About the Honda Cr-V
The Honda CR-V Estate Inside
Space in this car is plentiful. Even for very tall passengers, the front seats are comfortable with an abundance of leg and headroom. You also get a wide range of both seat and steering wheel adjustments, meaning you can get your driving position exactly as you want it.
The back is equally roomy. There's good headroom and lots of space between taller passenger knees and the front seats.
The Honda CR-V Safety
The SUV is reassuringly well safety rated on all counts. There's a good range of safety equipment and driver-assist features. Everything you'd expect from a decent family car and, we think, a little bit more!
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