Check Out Honda’s 2020 SUV Line-Up and Prepare to Be Amazed

December 12th, 2019 by

Who doesn’t love options? If you’re in the market for a 2020 Honda SUV, you’re in luck because you’ve got a lot of options – and they’re all good.Let’s explore the four choices your favorite brand has to offer for the latest model year.CR-V and CR-V HybridThe CR-V has been the best-selling crossover for 22 years. That doesn’t mean there isn’t room for an exciting development.The big news for the 2020 Honda CR-V is the addition of a hybrid option.Here are some of the highlights of this new breed:The hybrid version gets 50% more miles per gallon than the gas-powered version.All-wheel drive comes standard.An “Acoustic Vehicle Alert” system lets pedestrians know that it’s running. The sound gets louder the faster the vehicle goes.The CR-V Hybrid will differentiate from the standard version with blue badges, a hidden exhaust, and distinctive fog lights.MSRP price range: Honda hasn’t released the price for the CR-V Hybrid yet.The non-hybrid 2020 version has some new and updated features (also available for the hybrid). Have a look:Honda Sensing Safety suite now comes standard.Roomy and comfortable interior.High-capacity cargo space.Sensible, intuitive storage spaces.Honda replaced its base 2.4-liter engine with a 1.5-liter turbocharged, 4-cylinder engine.The look is more sleek, with dark chrome trim, a sharper grille, and darkened tail lights.New colors for 2020: Radiant Red Metallic, Aegean Blue Metallic (only available for the non-hybrid), and Sonic Gray Pearl. MSRP price range: $25,050-$34,750HR-VWhile there are no significant changes for the 2020 model year, but it continues to be one of the most practical subcompact crossovers in its class.Here’s what you need to know:Despite its smaller stature, the HR-V has a spacious interior.With some fancy rearrangement options for the back seats, the cargo space is more impressive than some of the larger cross-overs on the market.It earns the NHTSA 5-Star Safety Rating and is a Top Safety-Pick for the IIHS.The key safety features are automated emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane-keeping assist.MSRP range: $22,000-$30,000PassportThe 2020 Passport is a carry-over from the all-new relaunch of the vehicle in 2019.But that’s not a bad thing because there’s a lot to love with this returning member of the Honda family.Take a look:It’s a smaller, more rugged version of the three-row Pilot.2019 marked the start of the third generation of the Passport.Spacious is the name of the game for the interior. There’s plenty of passenger space.The seats are cushy and comfy.Lots of clever storage options.Enhanced off-road capabilities.MSRP range: $31,990-$43,680PilotThe 2020 Honda Pilot hasn’t been redesigned for the new model year, but that doesn’t mean it’s lacking in innovation or style.With a third row of seats and plenty of options, you won’t have any trouble falling in love with this vehicle.Check it out:There’s a new top-line Black Edition trim level.The interior provides plenty of room for both the front passengers and the rear.The Pilot offers a smooth ride in nearly all conditions.It’s more fuel-efficient than other SUVs in its class.It has versatile storage options.MSRP range: $31,550-$49,620Which Honda SUV has your name on it?You’ve got PLENTY of options, which means you have a lot to think about.Will it be the CR-V, HR-V, Passport or the Pilot?It’s a hard choice, but the friendly, knowledgeable sales staff at Serra Honda has your back. Come on out for a few test drives and ask all the questions you want.We’re happy to help you find the Honda that’s just right for you.
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