Form, function, fun. The 2019 CR-V blends practicality with an inner desire for pure driving bliss. The result is a showstopping package of form and function. We’ve taken a sporty look and personality and jam-packed it with tons of innovative technology and features. The fun-to-drive handling of the CR-V has always made it feel almost more car than SUV, and having a turbocharged engine in the mix should guarantee that drivers can always be on the edge of their seats. If the way we’ve fallen in love is any indication, the 2019 CR-V is going to be a runaway hit.

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Make a spectacle of yourself. If the CR-V was on the runway, it would steal the show. And not just because of its bold, aggressive looks. Or its beefed-up athletic stance. Or even the available LED headlights with auto-on/off that ensure it is seen in the best light. There’s actually a lot of substance to back up the arresting looks of the 2019 CR-V. Thoughtful touches like an available one-touch panoramic moonroof with tilt feature. Available roof rails for more packing versatility. Attractive available 18" aluminum-alloy wheels to ensure you’re outfitted from top to bottom. And a real inner power, thanks to the powerful turbo engine. So many people are out there searching for the total package. And with the 2019 CR-V, they can actually get it.

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Get into your zone. Strong on the outside, luxurious on the inside, the 2019 CR-V is the total package. Standard features like a proximity key entry system with pushbutton start and remote engine starter help to ensure the CR-V is ready to go before you are. Once you’re inside, the dual-zone automatic climate control with air-filtration system, available perforated leather-trimmed seating surfaces and available heated leather-wrapped steering wheel create a tailored, luxurious environment no matter the road or the weather. And if the weather does act up, available rain-sensing windshield wipers will help tame whatever the environment throws at you.

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