2011 Honda CR-V

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$21,895-$30,095
$20,380-$27,985
21 CITY / 27 HWY
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Overview

The Honda CR-V, which is a compact four-door SUV, has been in production since 1995. The 2011 model, now in the fifth year of its current-generation body style, was changed only slightly from last year. New for 2011 is the SE trim level, which sits in the range above the entry-level LX models, but below the range-topping EX models. The SE package includes alloy wheels, upgraded audio system, and rear privacy glass.Honda's CR-V is offered in four trim levels. Standard LX models have cloth upholstery, air conditioning, power windows, and power mirrors. The new SE models are upgraded with alloy wheels, six-speaker stereo (with 6-disc changer CD player), and rear privacy windows. The EX trim levels add a power moonroof, automatic headlights, and body-color exterior trim (among other things).

Under the hood of the five-passenger SUV is a standard 2.4-liter, 4-cylinder engine rated at 180 horsepower. The standard driveline is front-wheel drive, but Honda's \"Real Time 4WD
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