CR-V crowned Most Reliable SUV by Which?
Zero. That's how many breakdowns were reported by the Which? Car Survey 2014 for our Honda CR-V. So it's hardly surprising they've named it Most Reliable SUV. And with average annual repair costs of just £10 and an overall reliability score of 98.5% over the last year, the chances of a breakdown are, well, next to nothing.
Most Reliable Car Manufacturer eight years and counting
When you see a car at the roadside, it's not often a Honda. That's why we're proud to have topped the Annual Car Reliability Survey for the eighth year in a row by What Car? and Warranty Direct. So you know when you buy one of our cars, it will keep going for as long as you want it to.Read More
CR-V is one of the safest cars in Europe
To us, safety is key. Whether you're the driver, the passenger, or even in another car - we put your safety first. It's probably why we were awarded the maximum 5-star rating possible from Euro NCAP, making the CR-V one of the safest cars in Europe. So whoever's driving, you know you're in safe hands.
The CR-V is the Most Popular 4x4. Again.
It's always nice when you get an award. It's even nicer when it happens twice. Honestjohn users have awarded the new Honda CR-V the 'Most Popular 4x4' for the second year running. Once again, the expert motoring website's stats showed that the CR-V was the most searched for 4x4.
CR-V Named 4x4 Of The Year
The top spot. It's a long way up. But our CR-V managed it with ease, being named 4x4 of the year 2013 by Total 4x4 magazine. It went through rigorous tests around a specially designed circuit before leaving on a high. And now we're there, we don't have any intention of coming down.
CR-V Named Most Reliable SUV 2010
The better the car, the more reliable it will be. And Warranty Direct named our CR-V the most reliable SUV 2010. Using their unique scoring system, the CR-V was awarded a reliability index of just 23 with an average repair bill of £239. In contrast, the worst performing car scored 281 with an average repair cost of £515. See, you really are better off with a Honda.