New 2018 Honda CR-V SUV for Sale in Anderson



The 2018 Honda CR-V Crossover SUV Makes for a Solid, Reliable Family Vehicle in the Greenville, SC Area

The 2018 Honda CR-V gives you everything you need for an enjoyable ride in the Easley, SC area, and it all starts with what's under the hood; the 2018 Honda CR-V enjoys an available 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-4 engine, rated at 190 horsepower and 179 pound-feet of torque, which pairs to the same CVT transmission as the previous model-who says your family car can't also be the fun car?

Though there weren't any major changes from the 2017 CR-V to the 2018-model year, last year's updates gave the CR-V a new chassis that brought responsiveness to the ride-feel and increased ground clearance. Despite few changes-or perhaps because of it-the 2018 Honda CR-V keeps hitting all the right notes. Drivers in the Anderson area can expect quick acceleration, strong safety features, and rewarding handling, especially in those AWD-equipped models; throw in the added cargo volume and the comfortably spacious seating, and well-let's just say, your neighbor's lawn won't be the greenest thing on the street for long.


Interior Comfort, Technology, & Convenience | 2018 Honda CR-V

The 2018 Honda CR-V is a smart, capable compact SUV, perfect for families on the go. It's helped by the recent, 2017-model-year update, which really overhauled the interior, adding space up front, leg room in the back, and plenty of onboard tech. An available 7.0-inch touchscreen HondaLink® Infotainment system, complete with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ support, makes each drive more enjoyable, and with available Honda Sensing® safety and driver-assistive, you can have that peace of mind you want, too.

Drivers in the Anderson, SC have a gem in the 2018 Honda CR-V-check out the comparison below between the 2017 Honda CR-V and some of the competition; since the 2018 Honda CR-V remains unchanged, it's worth seeing how the CR-V stacks up against other crossover SUVs.

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Honda CR-V vs. the Competition

We’ve Asked the Honda CR-V to Test Its Mettle Against Tough Competition—The 2017 Honda CR-V Faces Off Against the 2017 Toyota RAV4 & the 2017 Nissan Rogue

If you know the Honda brand, then you know it has a reputation for excellence on the road, behind the wheel, and deep within the construction of its vehicles; Honda specializes in safe, stylish, and well-built vehicles that drivers from Anderson, Greenville, Simpsonville, Easley, and Clemson, SC can count on for years down the road. Honda believes that dynamic performance, upscale design, and family-friendly features can all coexist, and the Honda CR-V is just one example that backs that up. Here at Piedmont Honda, you could probably guess where our allegiances lie, so we’ve done the research, too. In this comparison page, we’re pitting the 2017 Honda CR-V against two fierce competitors: the 2017 Toyota RAV4 and the 2017.5 Nissan Rogue. There can only be one winner, so let’s dive in!

The Main Event: Putting the Leading Compact SUVs Head-to-Head to See Which One Is Best for Anderson Drivers

The Honda CR-V makes for the ideal family vehicle. It’s compact and versatile, yet still offers the seating and space you need once you’re living that family life. With generous passenger room and a useful cargo area, the CR-V can help you turbocharge your to-do list. In terms of aesthetics, the 2017 CR-V is strong and handsome, with sculptural lines carving out a distinct profile and fascia without looking gaudy or overwrought, like some of the other competitors today—no naming names!

Something else worth noting—while front-wheel drive (FWD) is standard among all three of these SUVs, each of them also offers an all-wheel drive (AWD) system, available at all trim levels, including the base trim. This is a huge plus for all three, and while it doesn’t distinguish one from the other, it does speak to their overall quality. Now onto some more meatier differences:

2017 Honda CR-V vs. 2017 Toyota RAV4

  • Higher Standards: When it comes to standard features, the Honda CR-V simply outshines the Toyota RAV4. Here’s a quick example of features that the 2017 Honda CR-V gives to you standard, that are either missing or optional on the 2017 Toyota RAV4: Automatic Dual-Zone A/C, Remote Engine Start, an 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat, 18-inch aluminum wheels (compared to the RAV4’s 17-inch steel wheels), heated exterior mirrors, and even a security system—in short, it’s a lot of the creature comforts that make each and every drive more convenient and bearable.
  • Superior Safety: While both the 2017 Toyota RAV4 and the 2017 Honda CR-V offer a standard collision mitigation system, only the 2017 Honda CR-V takes things a step further, giving you standard a Blind Spot Information (BSI) System as well.
  • More Power Beneath the Bonnet: Most owners of compact SUVs want the best of both worlds, which means there’s no room for weak powertrains among this lot. Lucky for all of us, the 2017 Honda CR-V brings more standard power than the Toyota RAV4, so you won’t be wanting for that. The 2017 Honda CR-V’s standard 1.5-liter inline-four is rated at 190 horsepower and 179 pound-feet of torque*, but the 2017 Toyota RAV4’s 2.5-liter inline-four falls short on both fronts, offering just 176 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque*.

*Based on FWD configurations.

2017 Honda CR-V vs. 2017.5 Nissan Rogue

  • Better Exterior Features: The Nissan Rogue is notable in the compact SUV segment, but you might be surprised to learn about all the ways its exterior falls short of what you’ll find standard on the 2017 Honda CR-V. First of all, the 2017 CR-V gives drivers standard heated exterior mirrors, which is something you can pay extra for in the 2017.5 Nissan Rogue if you’d like; secondly, the Honda CR-V features a standard sunroof—hopefully Nissan Rogue drivers prefer 24/7 shade; lastly, (and really only an exterior feature because you use it outside of the car) the 2017 Honda CR-V offers standard remote engine start, but not the 2017.5 Rogue. What a shame.
  • Packs More Power: If you’re looking for satisfaction behind the wheel, it’s worth noting that the 2017 Honda CR-V is better equipped in the power department than the 2017.5 Nissan Rogue. The 2017 Honda CR-V’s standard 1.5-liter inline-four is rated at 190 horsepower and 179 pound-feet of torque*, while the 2017.5 Nissan Rogue’s standard 2.5-liter inline-four pales in comparison, serving up only 170 horses and 175 pound-feet of torque.
  • Just Packs More: In addition to packing a bigger punch, the 2017 Honda CR-V will also simply pack more. It has a maximum cargo rating of 75.8 cubic-feet with seats folded, but the 2017.5 Nissan Rogue falls short with just 70.0 cubic-feet of cargo room to be had.

Honda CR-V Awards & Accolades

The 2018 Honda CR-V is a fan favorite, but it's not just the fans that love this crossover SUV; critics seem to love the CR-V, too! Here are some of the awards, honors, and accolades bestowed upon the 2018 Honda CR-V:

  • 2018 U.S. News & World Report "Best Compact SUV for the Money"*
    The 2018 Honda CR-V earned this accolade thanks to great fuel economy ratings, advanced driver-assist technology, and for its excellent balance of affordability and value.
  • 2018 KBB.com "Best Buy: Small SUV/Crossover"**
    The 2018 Honda CR-V was named a 2018 KBB.com "Best Buy: Small SUV/Crossover" thanks in no small part to its wealth of standard and available safety features, superior interior room, and outstanding fuel economy ratings.
  • Motor Trend's "2018 SUV of the Year®"***
    The 2018 Honda CR-V earns the coveted title of "2018 SUV of the Year®" from Motor Trend thanks to a winning combination of above-average cargo room, impressive fuel economy ratings, available Honda Sensing® safety features, standard on the EX trim and up.

It's not just the 2018 Honda CR-V that caught the eye of reviewers, the 2017 Honda CR-V is also highly acclaimed:

  • 2018 Edmunds "Buyers Most Wanted"****
    Reviewers at Edmunds.com liked the 2017 Honda CR-V for its high style, impressive cargo volume, available turbocharged engine, and seriously comfortable interior.
  • 2017 U.S. News & World Report "Best Cars for Teens"*****
    Since safety is always a top concern for parents of teen drivers, U.S. News & World Report liked the 2017 Honda CR-V for the Honda Sensing® suite standard on the EX trim and above.
  • 2017 Honda CR-V Receives an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ (when equipped with available Honda Sensing® and LED Headlights)******

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*The 2018 Honda CR-V was named "Best Compact SUV for the Money" by U.S. News & World Report. Visit their website for More About This Award

**The 2018 Honda CR-V was named "Best Buy: Small SUV/Crossover" by KBB.com. Visit their website for More About This Award

***The 2018 Honda CR-V was named "2018 SUV of the Year" by Motor Trend . Visit their website for More About This Award

****The 2017 Honda CR-V was named "Buyers Most Wanted" by Edmunds. Visit their website for More About This Award

*****The 2017 Honda CR-V was named "Best Cars for Teens" by U.S. News & World Report. Visit their website for More About This Award

******The 2017 Honda CR-V received an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ (when equipped with available Honda Sensing and LED Headlights). More About This Award available online.

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