Th2018 Honda CR-Ve is a small crossover SUV with plenty of room for cargo and passengers. Hampton Roads drivers have enough space to haul everyday items as well as lots of gear for weekend shopping, vacations, and more. Car and Driver compared this compact SUV to the full-size Honda Pilot, saying, “The large three-row Honda Pilot offers up to 83.9 cubic feet of cargo space, which is not too much more than the CR-V’s impressive 75.8 cubic feet of cargo space.” The CR-V is the perfect choice when you want plenty of passenger and cargo space in a small SUV. Keep reading to see if the CR-V has the space and cargo capacity your family needs.
The Honda CR-V is made for real life. The flexible, versatile interior is designed to work in many configurations to give you the most room for passengers when you have a full load and the most cargo space when you have a lot of gear to haul. No matter what you put into the CR-V, there’s more than enough space for it all.
The Honda CR-V cargo area offers a roomy 39.2 cubic feet of storage space. When you need more room than this, easily fold the 60/40-split fold-flat rear seat to open the space up to a huge 75.8 cubic feet. Folding both sections of the seat down almost doubles your cargo capacity.
The 2018 Honda CR-V has plenty of easy-to-access storage including a multi-functional center console, door-pocket storage bins, and a driver-side garment hook. The center console includes an adjustable shelf that can be put into three different positions to make room to hold your specific gear. An upgrade to the EX trim level or higher gets you a front passenger’s seatback pocket.
With the security provided in every trim level, your Honda CR-V cargo travels safe every trip. There are cargo-area lights for finding what you need, no matter what time of day it is. The cargo-area tie-down anchors keep everything in place, not sliding around the cargo area. The retractable cargo-area cover keeps your precious cargo out of sight from passersby and from UV rays during the day.
When you need more space than the CR-V’s cargo area will allow, you still have options. All trim levels of the 2018 Honda CR-V are capable of towing up to 1,500 pounds. If you have the Touring trim level, you also have roof rails with crossbars to use for securely hauling large cargo on the roof.
The Honda CR-V is versatile at every trim level when it comes to cargo and storage, but the higher trim levels have even more to offer. Add the following interior or exterior upgrades to your CR-V for even more versatility or specialty cargo storage.