Since its introduction in 1997, the Honda CR-V has sold over 5 million units. That makes it the best-selling Honda product of the last 20 years, as well as America's best-selling compact crossover suv in the same timeframe. The CR-V sells well because of Honda's proven reputation for quality, along with the general utility and value of this vehicle.
Now for 2020, Honda is bringing out its first CR-V with a hybrid drivetrain. In some ways, it's a natural evolution from Honda's other hybrids, using the same basic technology. However, the CR-V is also taking a different road compared with competing hybrid crossovers in some aspects of its design and operation. Finally, the 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid comes with the Honda Sensing suite of advanced driver assistance safety features as standard equipment on all trims.