The Honda CR-V is available in two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive and a choice of engines, which are all smooth.
We chose the 1.6 litre diesel due to it being punchy and offering 158 horses. This is the four-wheel drive version, but you can get it in the 118 horse power with front-wheel drive.
There is also the 2.0 litre petrol version offering 153bhp and it’s available in both four-wheel and front-wheel drive.
To be honest there really isn't much difference between the four-wheel and front-wheel drive versions in the majority of situations. If you have no plans of taking the Honda CR-V off the road, and you don’t want it for towing power, you may as well go for the front-wheel drive. All, apart from the entry level offer good equipment; our choice of trim is the SE as it offers plenty of equipment while being priced reasonably.
Honda isn't known for generosity in regards to discounts; however, the good news is that the Honda CR-V does have resale values that are generally strong. If you need car finance, then Contact us for a quote now or use our car financing calculator to see how affordable a car loan can be.