2011 Honda CR-V
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
The 2011 retains the enhancements introduced in the 2010 models, including higher fuel economy, increased power, sharpened styling, and additional features for different trim levels.
The CR-V has an emphasis on upscale design and style, evidenced by a two-tiered grilled, distinctive side profile, and dynamic forward cabin. This results in a crossover SUV that has a compact exterior bur roomy interior. The interior has a cargo volume of 35.7 cubic feet behind the seats, plus a passenger volume of up to 103.8 cubic foot (in the CR-V LX model).
There are four trim models available for the CR-V. Each is offered in either front wheel drive or 4WD. Standard features for the LX model include air conditioning, keyless entry, cruise control, tilting and telescopic steering column, power windows and locks, AM/FM/CD with four speakers, 17-inch steel wheels, and a fuel economy meter.
Honda added a new trim model in 2011, the CR-V SE. This expands the CR-V LX model’s features by adding alloy wheels, increasing the number of CDs and speakers, mounting audio controls on the steering wheel, and adding rear privacy glass. The EX adds a power moon roof with tilt, a security system, exterior temperature indicator, dual deck cargo shelf, vanity mirror lights, and digital compass.
The top model, the EX-L, adds leather trimmed seats and armrests, XM Radio, heated front seats, body colored side mirrors, a USB Audio Interface, and automatic on/off headlights. The Honda satellite navigation system is available on the EX-L model, and it provides voice recognition and rear view camera. It also adds a premium audio system, including subwoofer and 7 speakers.
The CR-V is one of the best-selling SUVs in the US for a fourth straight year, and this popular SUV is sold in more than 160 countries throughout the world. This popularity is due to the extensive features offered by the CR-V.