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2017 Honda CR-V earns “10 Best Interior” accolades from WardsAuto

The reinvented 2017 Honda CR-V finds itself in some pretty heady company this year, while bumping bumpers with Alfa Romeo, Bentley and Buick for “Wards 10 Best Interiors.”

To my readers that grow weary reading accounts of 2017 Honda CR-V, Civic and Acura NSX blowing the doors off of the Halls of Honda trophy case, what can I tell you? Honda’s done one heck of a job reinventing the entire lineup, with CR-V remaining the best selling SUV of any size in the U.S.. Read my latest 2017 Honda CR-V drive review here

Greater interior space, driver, passenger accommodations, and the best looking interior finish in CR-V history.
Torque News first experienced Honda’s reinvented CR-V on the back-roads of Monterey, California. After sling-shooting through the 2-lane back-road canyons and scenic ocean side byways of northern California’s pristine coastline, we collectively marveled at how far Honda engineering had advanced an already great compact SUV experience.

Simply a much improved CR-V interior design
For 2017, CR-V’s center stack and dash layout has been streamlined, static color touchscreen monitor enlarged, and much improved, complimented by a contrasting color, premium look and feel cabin finish. Power heated seat options round out the exceptional package that is CR-V, accented by metallic and wood-like details. Personal electronic to vehicle connectivity is user friendly, as is ease of access to the very comfortable 2nd row seating. Read the “10 Best Interiors” article here.