10 Things You Should Know About the 2011 Honda CR-V
#1. Honda CR-V is Small on the Outside, Big on the Inside
The 2011 Honda CR-V has managed to remain relatively compact in a world where entry-level crossovers have ballooned in size over the past several years. This makes the vehicle both easier to park and easier to drive on narrow urban streets flanked on either side by row upon row of stationary vehicles.
Unlike some of its competitors, the Honda CR-V doesn't try to cram three rows of seating into its passenger compartment, which means that drivers won't have to deal with the complaints of adults trapped in uncomfortable accommodations at the very rear of the crossover. The Honda CR-V's interior provides good amounts of space for as many as five occupants, and it also offers 35.7 cubic feet of storage space behind the rear seat. Fold that seat forward and the SUV is capable of swallowing up to 73 cubic feet of cargo, which puts it on par with much larger crossover options.