1998 Honda CR-V Overview In addition to booming, the sport-utility market is also evolving, and the new Honda CR-V is yet another proof. Like a number of current sport-utility vehicles, this appealing little four-door wagon wasn't designed to tackle tough terrain. That's because most sport-utilities rarely leave the pavement, let alone venture into tough terrain. For most of us, a little extra ground clearance and four-wheel traction are enough to satisfy our SUV needs--a trek to a summer cabin, battling winter slush and/or running family errands. That's what the CR-V is all about--lots of utility, all-wheel drive traction, car-like driveability. Do you hear minivan attributes here? Yes, you do. The CR-V combines SUV style and image with minivan usefulness. And it does so very effectively.
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