It’s how you keep your position as one of the bestselling small SUVs in Canada for 20 years. You listen to customers and you design things well. Not just the vocal complaints like the radio knob, but the important items. The shift knob, the seat height, the door openings, the load floor, outward visibility. You pay attention and design those things well and you end up with a really good car. And that’s what Honda has done with the CR-V for 2017.
The introduction of the hatch, combined with the diesel engine announced for early next year, is also a direct shot at the head of the hatch class, the Volkswagen Golf, which no longer has the popular diesel option.
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