Honda CR-V: a premium revamp
A smaller engine for the range-topping Honda CR-V is just one of the important changes that transform the SUV into a real challenger for class honours.
Not only is it okay to own an SUV again in Ireland, the market is positively burgeoning; from baby crossovers to giant luxury cars masquerading as off-roaders, it seems that the car-buying public is slowly but surely moving away from the default saloon or hatchback.
That’s especially the case for growing families, those that need loads of space for their children and all the associated paraphernalia, yet don’t want a big block of a people...
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