Honda's CR-V is approaching its mid-life crisis, but it's still got a few tricks up its sleeve, including a very spacious and hugely clever interior.
On the downside, it is missing a few little safety features, but are those issues enough to knock it out of consideration?
It has acres of space, playing to a very city-centric audience. It packs a lot of room into a footprint barely larger than its own predecessors, let alone its competition.
The price is perhaps a little on the stiff side, so a quick check of the VTi-S AWD might make a bit more sense. But if you want all that space and are happy to sacrifice that for a few of life's little luxuries, there are worse choices to make.