The CR-V Hybrid is a dead ringer for conventional CR-V minus a few minor tweaks such as hybrid badging, blue Honda badges front and rear. For the EX and above grades there is five-LED fog light design.
CR-V Hybrid cargo space smaller than RAV4 Hybrid's but still generous. Honda claims a lower load floor than rival Toyota.
So-called 3-mode center console box from refreshed '20 CR-V carries to hybrid, with trays that slide and flip up to create large storage space.
Select CR-V Hybrid grades get wireless phone charger. There's also more USB ports front and back for charging devices.
Digital gauge cluster in CR-V Hybrid displays eco-driving information, including EV status and power flow.
Infotainment drawback of CR-V Hybrid, due to lack of high-res touchscreen. RAV4 Hybrid suffers from similar problem.
All CR-V Hybrids come standard with all-wheel drive, which is mechanical unlike RAV4 Hybrid's e-AWD.
Interior nice but less adventurous than RAV4 Hybrid, which uses color and texture to good effect.
Honda’s 2-motor hybrid system consists of one motor/generator and one propulsion motor, mated to an Atkinson-cycle 2.0L 4-cyl.