2010 Honda CR-V Features

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Features

As in most Hondas, the top options are only offered on the most expensive, luxurious trims. If you can live with a somewhat basic features list, you’ll find the CR-V a bargain. That said, the base LX and mid-grade EX are quite well-equipped, but the top-of-the-line EX-L adds many of the most desirable features like dual-zone climate control, a power driver's seat, and a premium audio system.

The navigation system with backup camera is optional, only on the EX-L. Edmunds notes that it also includes a slot for digital cards for music playback.

There’s nothing particularly noteworthy here. But Bluetooth is missing, and you’ll have to step up to the expensive 2010 Honda CR-V EX-L to get a nav system.

ConsumerGuide shows some enthusiasm for the power driver’s seat that’s on offer (some other models in this class don’t offer it), “even if it's only on the top-line EX-L model."

A few of the CR-V’s features found some criticism. MotherProof reports that the air-conditioning system "couldn't fully combat a Southern California heat wave, especially considering there are no vents in back to cool off the little ones." Cars.com notes "the moonroof in the LX model seemed small, even for a compact vehicle."

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