Making regular cars look off-roady has become a big thing this year. You can thank the rise of The Gambler 500 and lingering popularity of Mad Max: Fury Road for some of the lifted Crown Vics that have been thrashing your Instagram feed, but for “practical” adventuring I think a little lifted SUV is the way to go.
In April, we wrote about a Kansan known as “The CR-V Lady,” whose driving is so poor, there’s actually a Facebook page called “CRV Lady Awareness Of Topeka” to warn citizens of her whereabouts. Now “The CRV-Lady” just lost her license, according to KSNT, but that hasn’t kept her off the road, or from getting into a…
Everyone is buying crossovers, and folks are spending some good money on fully loaded models that usually max out around $35,000. But a lot of buyers don’t realize there are some great, used luxury models that can be had for that price without giving up much warranty.
When I informed Patrick George that I would be driving around in a 2017 Honda CR-V over the holidays, his immediate reaction was: “We should review it. Everyone’s buying those damn things.”
America’s auto industry posted marginal losses in the month of August, while the daily sales rate and seasonally adjusted annualized rate soared. In August 2014, U.S. auto sales figures actually included sales from September’s high-volume Labour Day weekend.
If someone says they own a crossover but they can’t remember which one, the odds are it’s the sensible Honda CR-V. What do you need to know before you buy a Honda CR-V? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Here's your unexpected outcome story of the day. Honda produces an ad that features a CR-V driving through a mysterious vortex in the middle of the house. The result? They get sued by artists who made an actual house with a mysterious vortex in it. Whaaaaa?
Part of what makes the Nürburgring so cool is the fact anyone with a drivers license, a car and $34 can take a lap on the storied race track on tourist days. While lapping the Nordschleife at high speeds is surely the stuff of gearhead fantasy, the realization of that dream sometimes turns into a nightmare.
Last week the world wondered what Matthew Broderick was up to in a short ten-second teaser clip on YouTube where he appeared to be playing Ferris Bueller, the character from his famous flick "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
Back in October I called the North American Car and Truck of the Year (NACTOY) award — an annual prize presented at the Detroit Auto Show and determined by a 50-person jury littered with jurors relevant only for being a juror — a joke for the laughingly obscene choice of the Mini Countryman as a nominee for "Truck of…
A five-year-old girl walking to school in Wenzhou, China had a tantrum that nearly killed her. Trailing reluctantly behind her mother, the girl suddenly stopped and sat down in the street. Just then, a Honda CRV rounded a corner and ran her over. That, and what happened next, was caught on video.
Honda engineers testing the next-gen Honda CRV can mark "curtain airbags" and "side-impact worthiness" off their checklists. A dustup with civies driving Toyota-built SUVs on the Pacific Coast Highway apparently resulted in major damage to the camo'd proto-CUV.
Here's the 2012 Honda CR-V Concept, a dead-ringer for the production version (probably sans body work, blacked out lights, and aggressive wheels). The big question is whether or not the new CR-V will finally get an engine.
Disposophobia, or compulsive hoarding, is a mental disorder and it causes people to collect crap and never dispose of it. This is the first time we've seen vehicular disposophobia, but it's equally as frightening.