Matt Castrucci Honda Recommends 2019 CR-V to Utility-Minded Drivers

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2019 Honda CR-V features 39.2 cubic feet of dedicated cargo space

2019 Honda CR-V parked in a parking lot.

The 2019 Honda CR-V features plenty of space for storing cargo.

Matt Castrucci Honda is introducing drivers in the Dayton area to the 2019 Honda CR-V, a practical option for a modern SUV. The 2019 CR-V comfortably seats up to five passengers and comes equipped with a multitude of standard interior features, making it an ideal family vehicle. Much of this SUV’s practicality comes from its spacious interior, which is designed for optimal cargo storage and seating space.

The 2019 Honda CR-V provides its occupants with 142.1 cubic feet of interior cabin space to work with. In its standard configuration, the interior of the 2019 Honda CR-V features 39.2 cubic feet of cargo capacity. The maximum cargo capacity of this SUV is 75.8 cubic feet when the rear seats are folded down.

This SUV also utilizes much of its interior space for passenger comfort. Rear-row passengers can enjoy 40.4 inches of leg room, 39.1 inches of head room and 55.6 inches of shoulder room, while those in the front have access to 41.3 inches of leg room, 38 inches of head room and 57.9 inches of shoulder room.

Convenience feature availability is another highlight of this SUV. Dual vanity mirrors, electric power steering and an overhead storage console are all standard inclusions in this SUV’s base trim, LX. Additional features can be found in this SUV’s higher trim levels, which include the EX, EX-L and Touring trims.

Drivers researching the 2019 Honda CR-V can find more information on it and other Honda models at http://www.mattcastruccihonda.com. Matt Castrucci Honda’s staff can also help drivers learn more about the 2019 CR-V and can be reached at 855-250-8986. Matt Castrucci Honda has served the Dayton, OH area and its neighboring communities for many years, helping customers with a variety of automotive needs.

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