There is no denying that the 2017 Honda CR-V is one very powerful vehicle and the Honda Civic has praised its efficiency after the EPA ratings showed that the crossover is going to offer better fuel efficiency than ever before.
The 2017 Honda CR-V offers the 1.5 litre turbocharged engine which offers up 190 horses. The vehicle is said to be able to offer 28mpg when driving in the city, 34mpg when out on the highway and 30mpg combined.
As you might expect if you go for the AWD version the fuel economy differs. It comes in at 27mpg driving in the city, 33mpg driving out on the highway and 29mpg combined.
The engine from last year is still being offered with the 2017 Honda CR-V as an option. This is the 2.4 litre four cylinder for the entry level LX trim and it offers up 26mpg city driving, 32mpg on the highway and 28mpg combined if you choose the front-wheel drive and 25mpg in the city, 32mpg on the highway and 27mpg combined if you go for the all-wheel drive.
The Honda CR-V has managed to beat the competition when it comes to fuel economy. The Toyota RAV4 offers up 23mpg in the city, 30 on the highway and 26mpg combined. The Subaru Forester gives out 26mpg in the city, 32mpg on the highway and 28mpg combined.
The 2017 Honda CR-V has made its sibling, the Honda Civic, proud. Both offer fuel efficiency that is superior to the competition on the market with as much as 38mpg combined.