For the higher trim Honda CR-V models, additional features include a moonroof, illuminated side mirrors, roof rails, halogen lights, intermittent wipers, a rear privacy glass and a two-zone climate control system. In addition to these features, the higher trim CR-V models have a Bluetooth connection capability, safety features such as lane departure warning and a collision avoidance braking system. They have back pockets in the driver's and passenger seats, a cargo area cover and various seat adjustments.
CR-V models share some commonalities, such as an ABS braking system, cruise control, tilt and telescopic steering, power windows and illuminated display buttons on the steering wheel. They have instrument panel-mounted shifters, air conditioning for the driver and passengers and rear window defrosters. All levels of the CR-V have floor mats, map lights and lights in the cargo area.
After the LX, which is the base model CR-V, the lineup includes the EX, EX-L and Touring. The EX adds LED lights and a moonroof to the CR-V package, along with variable intermittent wipers and door handles that match the car's body color.
The EX-L has a conversion visor, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and heated front seats. It comes with many additional audio components, such as an advanced AM/FM radio, Sirius radio and compatibility with many audio devices.
The Touring, the CR-V's highest trim, offers a seven-speaker sound system, driver's seat with dual memory storage, halogen headlights and heated mirrors. In addition to these standard features, all versions of the CR-V come with additional accessories available as add-ons.