Pros: Comfortable seating with good headroom and legroom; clever, well-designed cargo solutions; competitive pricing, fine ride and handling balance
Cons: No stand-alone factory options means stepping up to expensive high-end models to get desired features
CG Says: The 2014 Honda CR-V continues to excel for its “just-right” blend of comfort, refinement, passenger room, and cargo versatility. It’s competitively priced, too. It just seems expensive given that there are no factory options, and in order to get features such as satellite radio, you have to purchase a loaded model. Don’t let this limitation stop you from putting the CR-V near the top of your shopping list, though.