What Makes 2019 Honda CR-V the Capable Choice for the Bridgeport, WV Area Drive?

It's true: our automaker's five-passenger compact crossover SUV is a best seller all over America for more than a few reasons. Among them here in Bridgeport, however: its capable, confident ride. What drives it?

For one, a choice between two engines -- either a 184-horsepower, 2.4-liter I4, capable of 180 pound-feet of torque and standard in CR-V LX, or a turbocharged 190-horsepower, 1.5-liter model, ready to dish out 179 and standard in CR-V EX, EX-L, and Touring. Both are eager accelerators and hard workers, but neither is loud or harsh thanks to an Active Noise Cancellation system. Further, features like Hill Start Assist make managing inclines a lot easier, and best of all, the SUV's economical with fuel. That owes, in part, to a belt-driven continuously variable transmission, or CVT -- a technology that's more efficient than your clunky everyday manual or gear-searching automatic. Factor in an Eco Assist System, which helps the engine save on gas, and it's plain to see why CR-V is such a distance-goer.

Of course, there's plenty more that makes 2019 CR-V the favorite that it is for everything from the commute up to Fairmont, WV to the Clarksburg day-trip and Morgantown weekend getaway. For one, its available Honda Sensing active safety and driver-assist suite, ready to help you stay on the road, on course, at safe distances from traffic, and clear of collisions. Let's not forget its accommodating interior, either, offering auto and dual-zone climate control, cloth or leather-trimmed and optionally heated front seats, a selection of two infotainment systems, available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, optional Honda satellite-linked navigation, and more.

You can experience it all today here at Urse Honda. Give our friendly sales department a call, send us a message here on the Web, or visit our Barnett Run Road showroom, and we'll put you on the books for a test drive and a personal tour. We'll be looking forward to it, too!

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