Honda has been building industry-leading SUVs since 1993. Over the years, the lineup has both improved and grown. Honda now builds a full range of SUVs and crossovers, so there’s something for everyone.
There are three Honda crossovers and SUVS are offered for 2018. The roster includes the subcompact HR-V, compact CR-V and mid-size pilot.
Since it’s debut in 2016, the HR-V has quickly risen to become a favorite subcompact crossover SUV. Buyers can’t get enough of its nimble handling, versatile interior and abundance of technology.
Outside, the HR-V combines a coupe-like body style with an SUV ride height. It blends the best of both worlds inside as well, with a cabin that’s comfortable and functional. A high roof line and hatchback design provide the crossover with plenty of cargo space. For transporting exceptionally unwieldy items, there’s magic seat rear cushions that flip up to create more space.
The HR-V is as efficient as it is functional, thanks to the spunky 1.8L four-cylinder engine. Allwheel drive is offered, providing this subcompact crossover SUV with traction in any weather.
Even the base model HR-V packs an abundance of advanced technology, such as a rearview camera and touchscreen infotainment system. Higher end models can be had with options like the Honda Lane Watch side view monitor and smart touch interior controls.
The CR-V was first introduced way back in 1997, making it Honda’s longest running sport utility. It’s easy to see why the SUV has remained popular all these years. It offers unmatched dependability and versatility, along with a touch of style.
Take one look at the CR-V and you’ll know it was made for adventure. It sports a raised ride height, along with a wide stance and chiseled body lines. The spacious interior is just as handsome. It’s covered in high-quality materials and thoughtful touches, such as optional leather-trimmed seats and a digital instrument cluster.
When the time comes to put the pedal to the metal, the CR-V is prepared with two advanced engine options. Base models come with an efficient 2.4L four-cylinder, while upper echelon trim levels get a turbocharged 1.5L four-cylinder. Both engines can be paired with confidencebuilding all-wheel drive.
Like it’s younger sibling, the HR-V, the larger CR-V comes with a wide range of technological gadgetry. Highlights include the Honda Sensing safety suite, a multi-angle rearview camera and a touchscreen infotainment system (with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto).
The largest SUV offered by Honda is the Pilot. With room for up to 8 passengers, it provides more than enough room for the entire family. But they Pilot isn’t just about utility. It’s also stylish, comfortable and chock full of creature comforts.
Sporty and refined accurately describe the Pilot’s appearance. Onlookers will take note of the bold front grille and LED lighting. Inside, luxuries abound, such as a rear entertainment system and optional leather upholstery. Making use of the voluminous cargo space is easy too, thanks to the one-touch folding rear seats.
Being that the Pilot is at the top of the Honda SUV food chain, it comes as no surprise it has the most powerful engine. Propulsion comes form a 3.5L V6, pair with a cutting-edge 9-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is offered for exceptional traction in mud, rain and snow.
The pilot uses state-of-the-art technology to keep occupants safe and connected. You’ll never miss a beat thanks to the HondaLink infotainment system, equipped with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. And the entire family will stay protected with the Honda Safety Sensing suite.
The lineup of 2018 Honda Crossovers and SUVs sets the benchmark for all other automakers. At Vardaman Honda, we have a large inventory of HR-V, CR-V and Pilot models in stock. Stop by today to find out which one is right for you.