Is the petrol Honda CR-V a good SUV?

Is the 2016 Honda CR-V 2.0 petrol model a good car? What alternatives would you suggest with a budget of £15,000?

Asked on 2 September 2021 by Richard john

Answered by Dan Powell
The Honda CR-V is a very good car. It's easy to drive, comfortable and backed by a solid reputation for reliability. I would also add the Toyota RAV4 to your shortlist. It is equally practical and reliable.
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