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2017 Honda CR-V: Test Drive

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Детальний опис відеоролика: We test drive the 2017 Honda CR-V compact crossover SUV to see what it’s really like to live in with its new 1.5 liter turbocharged engine. Full review, driving …

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Дата публікації: 2017-05-08 19:09:12

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  1. Lâm Cao Thanh
    24.10.2017

    Dep toi rat thich

  2. progfan71
    24.10.2017

    Just leased a 2017 CR-V EX last week and so far I am very impressed. I don't mind the CVT as I am used to it from my previous Honda Civic.I find everything in my new CR-V to be well balanced and it drives very well. Love it.

  3. Sean Nickerson
    24.10.2017

    I drove Toyota's Rav-4 since 2006. But the 2017 version was bit disappointing. I was in a hunt for new vehicle and cam across the CR-V. I was impressed even after I test drove Equinox, CX-5, Escape, Rav-4. Bang for the buck and quality with re-sell value I bought the CR-V Touring edition.

  4. JAB
    24.10.2017

    Audi of Japanese brands…I'd say Mazda. Those interiors punch above their weight class.Repeatedly said Hard to like cvt, class avg power, yet it gets 4 stars.

  5. Ed Hinson
    24.10.2017

    Why review the top of the line? How about maybe one we would actually buy. Not everybody goes for elite Touring model.

  6. Ed Vincent Calaguas
    24.10.2017

    Hi! Quick question, which is more luxurious? The Honda CRV or the Accord?

  7. tomkat USA
    24.10.2017

    CX5 OR CRV?

  8. David Harbison
    24.10.2017

    Anybody know when this gets to the uk, Honda are being extremely dismissive of their loyal uk crv customers by launching it everywhere but the uk. When is it getting here or else I will buy a mazda

  9. Lucius Wong
    24.10.2017

    Hey Sam, you are the only one I've watched that mentioned body fit and finish being less than expected. I agree with you on this. I went to test drive a 2017 CR-V and noticed misaligned window sill trims on the back doors on all the CR-Vs. Hope they fix this for next model year. Thanks for pointing this out.

  10. Brian Winkler
    24.10.2017

    I wouldn't blame the acceleration delay on the CVT. My '16 Civic touring has the same delay, and from what I've researched, it's actually programmed in, as an actual turbo lag, on purpose. I've seen comparisons using a Hondata performance chip and it cures that delay.

  11. Abz Aden
    24.10.2017

    So much bezel wtf

  12. Henry Wong
    24.10.2017

    Wow, great quality. Great speaking voice. Understands your audience: Talks about interior, space over performance when talking about a crossover. I don't even feel like I need to go to the dealership. Subscribed.

  13. Gordon Laroussini
    24.10.2017

    This is a heavy creature features and safety features car, not a 30's something dry attack vehicle. Once you accept that, and are able to enjoy all of the features, it wines and dines the drive in sheep's clothing. I judge a car by how fast it stops and the CRV packages so many braking features, safety features, and creature features, that after awhile you forget about attacking the road. It spoils with an exceptional ride, 60 — 0 braking, 0-60 time, and MPG. Push the CRV and it kicks aggressively into attack mode when needed. You just will not want to be there for long. For me, driving is not just about the engine anymore. Welcome to the other side of driving. Yes, I've owned the EX-L for 2 months.

  14. FallingTitan
    24.10.2017

    wrong the 2015 touring has 18 INCH RIMS!!! So its not the first time it gets 18s.

  15. Roger Reyes
    24.10.2017

    I like it

  16. robsolf
    24.10.2017

    Thanks for the review! I'm in the market for a small SUV daily driver. Mulling over a new 2.0 Escape and the CRV."doesn't feel like a real transmission."Sure, it doesn't feel like a transmission like we've had in cars since the dawn of time. But even from a performance standpoint, gear based transmissions are inferior not just because of torque efficiency, but because they add instability during acceleration.As somebody who has driven a manual most of my adult life, the thing that I never enjoyed was turning left at an intersection. You upshift mid-turn, and you feel the vehicle bob around while transitioning gears. Just feels awkward.Automatics are better for that, but you still feel that drama when those gears change in a left turn. If you're RWD and your car has considerable grunt, you better watch your right foot. If you're FWD and on ice, it can be enough to get the car to push into the ditch.CVT's don't have to have any of that. You can have linear acceleration in every circumstance. And it's always wringing the most torque it can based on how much fuel you're giving the engine.Thing is, though…Pro CVT: removes dramaCon CVT: removes dramaWhat fun is a vehicle that really does EVERYTHING for you? And what fun is there in acceleration that sounds like you just cranked the throttle on your lawn mower and you just experience this linear acceleration where nothing really seems to happen?If I woke up tomorrow to have a CVT in my Mustang, I'd be miserable. Even though my 0-60 and quarter mile would probably be better! It would just be dull as dirt!So I do get it. But in a commuter/daily driver, I'm good with a CVT. If it gives me better MPG, smoother turns on snow covered roads, and assumably less stress overall on the entire drive train, then it's a no brainer. It's the next evolution for transmissions, for better or worse.Thanks again for the review!

  17. Andrah Bell
    24.10.2017

    thanks for your honest opinion Sam and letting us here the cvt that's a downer for me ……no thanks honda

  18. Hal Tichenor
    24.10.2017

    I am losing sleep over deciding between the CRV EXL and the Mazda Grand Touring. The Mazda is actually around $2000 less. Watched both of your reviews, still undecided. Thank you for the reviews.

  19. hml878
    24.10.2017

    Sounds like a good package, but hold on, 1.5? Vtec? Turbo? and CVT???? why not put a V6 and a 6 speed auto instead?? it's not a Honda anymore~~!!!

  20. Robert Keenan
    24.10.2017

    Hello,Your last three or four reviews you mention very high temps in Arizona.Wonder if as your testing the vehicles with AC maxed, it's affecting the overall gas mileage figures?

  21. dcjimr1
    24.10.2017

    Love you, Sam, but Honda is not the Audi of Japanese car brands. I think that honor now belongs to Mazda, whose new interior design closely matches Audi style. Great reviews!

  22. cruisyguy
    24.10.2017

    I'm trading in my leased 2016 Accord EX-L and am getting back into a suv in a year when the lease us up. This unit definitely made me feel a bit like my 2007 RX 350 that I traded in for the Accord. Outside of the obvious lack of acceleration compared to the RX the interior, road feel, handling was crisp, clean, very comfortable, seats exceptional. The seats were the only ones I've sat in since the RX that are as comfortable!!!

  23. Mark B
    24.10.2017

    The front looks like a mix between a 2016 Acura MDX and a Ford Edge.

  24. Ahmad Farizal
    24.10.2017

    great review indeed.. greeting from indonesia

  25. amirul adib
    24.10.2017

    How about new mazda cx-5

  26. illricky
    24.10.2017

    My ONLY issue with honda is the speedometer — PLEASE go back to analog instead of digital.

  27. Adam Perkins
    24.10.2017

    Compact crossover? Fairly big over here in the UK.lol certainly wouldn't fit in my garage.ahah

  28. Efrain Falcon
    24.10.2017

    I really like Honda but the CVT are not for me it's a major turn off for me oh well.

  29. Ben G
    24.10.2017

    Cabin noise people! It's been an issue that Honda just ignored. Drive the 2017 Cx5 and compare the Cabin noise difference.

  30. Diana
    24.10.2017

    Would you consider a 2wheel dr or an all wheel drive. My husband company vehicle was a Honda Fit 2 wheel drive did excellent on freeway on snow. I'm thinking of purchasing a 2wheel drive instead. What do you think?

  31. Diana
    24.10.2017

    I'm now finally happy with the new design, finally.

  32. Sponge Bob
    24.10.2017

    this is bloated garbage from Honda with CVT. good until the warranty expires

  33. Mitch Rico
    24.10.2017

    Man you really have a quality review here! Just saw the Kelly blue book video and holy cow that guys a fucking clown.

  34. Roger Moore
    24.10.2017

    The new redesigned Honda CRV is really nice and it's more masculine look! If ever I will buy one I will just pick the front wheel drive limited edition. Great review!

  35. Anton Anton
    24.10.2017

    new crv or tiguan?

  36. Vic da G
    24.10.2017

    the speakers really suck. im not sure how you said it's good. not comparable in anyway to Nissan' sound system or any brands' top trim for that matter.

  37. Pi VN
    24.10.2017

    Why Honda WHY HONDA is Europe still getting the old one, this one looks much better. Specially at the inside. 🙁

  38. Irena Facelli
    24.10.2017

    Check out the Mazda CX-5. A better vehicle to drive and more comfortable and quiet on the inside. Would have also preferred to watch the entire tire change at the end…so we know that you actually did it and not an auto mechanic.

  39. hajke phu
    24.10.2017

    Switch to a mid-side suv because of the new cvt trans

  40. JCA
    24.10.2017

    Is there a plan to review the 2017 Mazda CX5, a competitor of the CRV ?