Used Honda CR-V (Mk4, 2012-2017) review - What do owners think?
Honda's long-standing reputation for reliability filters into the CR-V range, performing well in Driver Power
The CR-V Mk4 came 33rd out of 100 models in our 2019 Driver Power used car survey, having come 20th in 2018 and eighth in 2017. It was well-regarded for its practicality, versatility and space.
Fuel economy and dashboard layout received lower scores, and owners also rated the driving experience as being below-par in most respects.
As with most Japanese manufacturers, Honda has a strong reputation for building solid, reliable cars, and the CR-V is no exception. Owners report few problems with their cars, while Honda finished sixth overall in our 2021 Driver Power satisfaction survey with build quality and dependability very highly rated.
In this review
- 1Used Honda CR-V (Mk4, 2012-2017) review Reliable, comfortable and cost effective to run, the Honda CR-V is a family-friendly SUV that also features a versatile interior and vast boot
- 2How much will it cost?It’ll cost a little more to buy, but the Honda rewards with low running costs and strong residuals
- 3How practical is it?A roomy and well-designed interior combines with a vast boot to make the Honda a great family holdall
- 4What’s it like to drive?Refinement and comfort are the Honda’s calling cards, its soft suspension and smooth engines making it a relaxing driv
- 5What should you look out for?Excellent build quality and confidence-inspiring reliability means the Honda is a hassle-free SUV to own
- 6What do owners think? - currently readingHonda's long-standing reputation for reliability filters into the CR-V range, performing well in Driver Power