If you live around Waterbury CT or Farmington, you might have noticed a distinct uptick in the number of drivers sporting an SUV. That's because SUVs, specifically those of the compact variety, have become something of a zeitgeist thanks to their unrivaled combination of performance, efficiency, standard features, and cargo space.

The Honda CR-V is the Best Compact SUV Money Can Buy

While it's easy to post a tagline, and tell you that it's true, we'd rather show you why the Honda CR-V is the best compact SUV that money can buy*.

Balanced Performance

For one thing, you'll get an amazing balance between performance and fuel economy. The 2020 Honda CR-V comes equipped with a 1.5-liter turbo-four engine paired to a continuously variable transmission that produces 190 horsepower alongside a very generous fuel economy that will save every driver a ton of money year-to-year, even if they opt to equip the available all-wheel-drive.

State-of-the-Art Safety Features

In 2020, the Honda CR-V's safety features were taken to the next level. The Honda Sensing suite of safety technology was made a standard feature, even at the base trim level, opening an array of options for Bristol CT drivers to utilize. The Honda Sensing suite includes advanced driver assist technology such as:

  • Collision mitigation braking
  • Road departure warning
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Lane keep assist
  • Adaptive cruise control

A Comfortable and Spacious Interior

The Honda CR-V features a cabin that is constructed from an array of high-quality materials that are designed to hold up over the long term. What's more, is that its cargo capacity allows for more flexibility than most other SUVs in its class. Behind the back row, there is 39.2 cubic feet of space which becomes 75.8 cubic feet when you fold it down.

If you would like to learn more about the Honda CR-V, contact Sullivan Honda in Torrington today.

* Disclaimer: The Honda CR-V was named 2020 Best Compact SUV for the Money by U.S. News & World Report. View U.S. News Best Cars at cars.usnews.com.

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