The 2016 Honda CR-V

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The 2016 Honda CR-V is a family-friendly crossover sport utility vehicle that provides efficiency, versatility, safety, and more. The CR-V is in stock now here at Community Honda of Orland Park, and we’re pleased to help you find the right model of this compact crossover to fit your needs. Find out more about the CR-V below!


Current Model

2016 Honda CR-V redThe 2016 Honda CR-V is equipped with a 2.4L four-cylinder that cranks out an ample 185 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque. This engine paired with a continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive delivers an impressive EPA estimate of 26 mpg city/33 mpg highway/29 mpg combined. All-wheel drive is also offered, at only a modest fuel economy penalty.

The CR-V is packed with safety and technology features. One of the highlights offered is the Honda Sensing package, which includes forward collision warning and prevention, lane departure warning and prevention, and more.


Reviews

Take a look at some of the latest reviews covering the current 2016 Honda CR-V:

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  • The Car Connection: Marty Padgett likes the “simple, functional” nature of the Honda CR-V. He praises its “huge” and “quiet cabin,” and says that it has the “best seat-folding mechanism.” Padgett writes, “Today’s CR-V is one of the most spacious vehicles in its class, and one of the more fuel-efficient ones, too.”
  • Kelley Blue Book: Joe Tralongo, contributing editor of Kelley Blue Book, gives the Honda CR-V an amazing 9.7 out of 10 in the KBB Expert Rating score. Tralongo writes that the “2016 CR-V seems to excel in every area that means the most to compact crossover SUV consumers.”
  • Edmunds: “The 2016 CR-V provides one of the most practical cabins in the segment. There’s an abundance of space for rear passengers, and those seats recline and have child safety seat LATCH anchor points in all three seating positions. Space up front is good, too, especially with the added adjustability that comes with the available power driver seat, providing superior visibility and a sense of openness.”
  • AutoTrader: “We’re a fan of Honda’s updates, as they help to keep the CR-V competitive and modern. We also like the CR-V’s new continuously variable transmission (CVT), as it’s an excellent unit borrowed straight from the popular Accord sedan. We like the CR-V’s new features, especially its LaneWatch blind spot camera, which is one of the most useful gadgets available today.”
  • Car and Driver: “Versatility, competency, and reliability are the tenets on which the CR-V hangs its hat, but it’s no stranger to luxury. Supportive seats and a firm but supple ride make it easy to live with.”

Future Models

2016 Honda CR-V drivingThe Honda CR-V has been a hit during this generation, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t nearly ready for a refresh. Thanks to some stealthy sleuthing by automotive journalists, a testing next-generation Honda CR-V has been spotted in the wild. The new CR-V looks to borrow extensively from the existing CR-V when it comes to style, but it’s almost certainly going to be bigger.

By adding several inches to the wheelbase and overall length, it looks like Honda will now be offering the Honda CR-V in both five and seven-passenger configurations. Other upgrades remain uncertain, but look out for at least another engine option to accompany the new seven seat model; in fact, it might make sense for the Honda CR-V to be offered with the same 278 hp 3.5L V6 available in the current Honda Pilot and Honda Accord.


See How The CR-V Compares:

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Visit Community Honda of Orland Park Today

Find the latest 2016 Honda CR-V here at Community Honda of Orland Park. We’re your local Frankfort and Orland Park area Honda dealer, so visit our showroom at 8340 W. 159th St. in Orland Park, IL to find out more about the CR-V or any other Honda model today!

*Based on 2016 EPA mileage estimates. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.