A 2005 IntelliChoice Best Overall Value of the Year, the roomy and comfortable Honda CR-V eliminates the compromises from small-SUV ownership. Target drivers of this type of vehicle tend to be young, active, and intelligent, but the CR-V can appeal to many different ages and lifestyles. Beyond the features and styling, drivability is what really makes the CR-V a class-leading vehicle. With ample power, room and refinement, the CR-V has almost all you need in a mini sport-utility, as long as you keep on the beaten path. 2005 Highlights All models get redesigned headlamps and front fascias along with antilock brakes, stability control, side airbags for front passengers, head curtain airbags for front and rear occupants, strengthened B-pillars (for better side-impact crash protection) and minor interior styling refinements. A five-speed automatic transmission replaces last year's four-speed unit. From Consumer Reports: Among the most well-rounded SUVs, the CR-V has a five-speed automatic, standard electronic stability control (ESC), and side-curtain airbags. Interior room rivals that of some midsized SUVs. The engine is refined and relatively fuel efficient. Handling is responsive and secure. The ride is composed, but road noise is evident.
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