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First Drive: 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid Review

First Drive: 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid Review
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It’s about time. Just over 20 years since the first Honda Insight arrived on US shores—beating the Toyota Prius to US market by a year—the company has launched a hybrid version of its popular CR-V crossover. And it couldn’t have come a moment sooner. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Most Anticipated New Cars Coming in 2020

Top 10 Most Anticipated New Cars Coming in 2020
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The new year has well and truly started, and that means a whole lot of interesting cars, trucks and crossovers are launching over the next 12 months. Given the current automotive landscape, a sizeable portion of this list is made up of crossovers and SUVs. That shouldn’t be a surprise: trucks and crossovers dominated the… Continue Reading...

The 10 Best-Selling Cars of 2019 Mostly Weren’t Cars

The 10 Best-Selling Cars of 2019 Mostly Weren’t Cars
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The numbers are in, and they confirm what we already knew: everybody is buying crossovers (and trucks). America bought 17.1 million vehicles in 2019, according to Edmunds. That was a slight decrease over the previous year, but it was enough to set a record as the fifth consecutive year of sales totalling over 17 million…. Continue Reading...

2020 Honda CR-V vs 2020 Toyota RAV4

2020 Honda CR-V vs 2020 Toyota RAV4
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The Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V were two of the first compact crossovers on the market. How do they fare against each other in 2020? Sensibility has become the driving factor behind why crossovers have taken over the market: they have the right mix of practicality, utility, and value that families need. And, of course,… Continue Reading...

Top 10 Best-Selling Cars – The Short List

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It’s hard to believe more than 50 percent of 2019 is already gone. Where does the time go? Continue Reading...

Honda CR-V – Review, Specs, Pricing, Videos and More

Honda CR-V – Review, Specs, Pricing, Videos and More
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New for 2020: Honda has finally added a hybrid option to its popular crossover, with the CR-V Hybrid arriving alongside a model-wide refresh. It should arrive in dealer lots spring 2020. In an unexpected move, the hybrid will not be available in the Canadian market. The Honda CR-V is one of the most popular compact… Continue Reading...
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2017 Honda CR-V vs Toyota RAV4

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There may be no more sensible choices in the midsize crossover market than the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Cheapest Vehicles to Insure

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Top 10 Cheapest Vehicles to Insure
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Car insurance is a necessary evil, an extra expense you really can’t drive without. Coverage is important both to protect yourself and others when the unexpected inevitably happens. Continue Reading...

2016 Honda HR-V Makes Early Appearance Before LA Debut

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2016 Honda HR-V Makes Early Appearance Before LA Debut
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Honda has rolled out its new HR-V small crossover in front of the iconic Randy’s Donuts in Los Angeles, just two days before it makes its official debut at the LA Auto Show. Continue Reading...

2015 Honda CR-V Gets New Powertrain and Premium Trim

2015 Honda CR-V Gets New Powertrain and Premium Trim
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While it is a sales leader in the compact crossover segment, we’ve always noted that the CR-V is a bit dull to drive and sit in, but for 2015, Honda is looking to change that impression with a more premium model. Continue Reading...

AutoGuide Now For The Week of September 29

AutoGuide Now For The Week of September 29
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Most of the AutoGuide.com team will be in France this week covering the Paris Motor Show, but that doesn’t mean vehicle evaluations will stop completely. Learn more about what to expect this week in AutoGuide Now. Continue Reading...

Nine Cars Not Even Thieves Want

Nine Cars Not Even Thieves Want
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The Tesla Model S might be a popular car among some enthusiasts, but apparently it’s not all that “hot.” Continue Reading...
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