The Honda CR-V was one of the first SUVs to drive primarily like a road car. Since then, it's been joined by many rivals such as the Nissan Juke and BMW X3. To differentiate it, Honda has moved the new CR-V into a more luxurious segment, adding more comforts and a higher specification to the previous models' reputation for reliability and value for money. This has pushed the price up nearer more premium rivals like the Audi Q5, however. The CR-V now comes with two engine choices, a 2.0-litre petrol and 2.2-litre diesel, in six different specs – S, S-T, SE, SE-T, SR and top-of-the-range EX – with the EX diesel expected to be the most popular. The CR-V offers a high driving position, spacious interior and its size gives added security when driving in town. Practicality is boosted by a large boot and rear seats that fold down at the pull of a handle.