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2012 Honda CR-V Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2014 in Honda

image2012 Honda CR-V Long-Term Road Test

Our long-term 2012 Honda CR-V might be the most useful vehicle we've ever had in our long-term fleet. Everybody has driven it. Nobody hates it.

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  • So if you were spending your own money: CRV or CX5?
  • crxvawdcrxvawd Posts: 2
    When are you going to add 2014 Subaru Forester to your long term fleet?
  • irizeririzer Posts: 6
    I bought a CX-5, although wishing a considered the CR-V a bit more. More practical, better engineered for day to day activities. CX-5 is a bit more fun to drive and the Xenon headlights are way better than the ones on the CR-V. CR-V audio isn't that great, but the interface is better than the CX-5. CX-5 touchscreen and nav sucks. Look at the long term test for the CX-5, I have all the same issues and then some. The CX-5 I would say has better sound from the 9 speaker Bose system, but it still lacks a dedicated sub. So its not as good as the Infinity system in the Santa Fe or the Sony in the Escape.

    Both the CR-V and CX-5 are livable. If it is just for you and you like the twisty roads, I would say get a CX-5, if for you and your family, get the CR-V. I've owned honda's up to this point and I was just ready for a change. I will probably be back though.
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