I had the opportunity to test drive the Honda CRV EX-L with Navigation for one week. Thoughts are my own. As usual, my Wordless Wednesday post is not really wordless. Linky can be found towards the end of this post.
I love being able to test drive different types of cars because I get to see how each type works and I get to see which ones are a good fit for the needs of my family. So when I found out I’ll be reviewing the Honda CRV, I was excited to see the features that can make our family travels more bearable.
The 2013 Honda CRV EX-L is a family-friendly SUV and the one we drove was in Mountain Air Metallic which is a shiny blue shade.
The Honda CRV has a rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity, Pandora Radio, a built-in navigation system, and lots of other features that can help make things easier for both the driver and the passenger.
I really liked how light it felt while I was driving the Honda CRV. It didn’t feel as though I was driving an SUV at all and I like that.
The back actually has a cover so your stuff can’t easily be seen by prying eyes while you’re parked. And I love that the space is big enough for when you need to bring a lot of stuff on the road.
This particular Honda CRV model has a suggested retail price of $30,295 but the overall price in case you decide to purchase one will really depend on all the customizations you may want to include, plus tax of course. When it comes to Honda, whether it is certified used cars that you are interested in or you have saved to get a brand new model, either way, you may not have experienced a car as great at a Honda. But don’t just take my word for it, try it out for yourself! Overall, I can say that the Honda CRV is a decent SUV that fits a family who wants a fuel-efficient vehicle with user-friendly features.
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*I did a test drive of a Honda CRV EX-L for one week. Thoughts are my own.