2016 Honda CR-V LX vs EX
2016 Honda CR-V LX 2016 Honda CR-V EX
N/A Moonroof Standard
N/A LaneWatch Blind Spot Camera Standard
N/A Heated Front Seats Standard
4 speakers, Bluetooth and Pandora compatibility, USB/aux inputs Audio System Features 6 speakers, 7-inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth and Pandora compatibility, USB/aux inputs, HondaLink mobile apps

2016 Honda CR-V LX vs EX

2016 Honda CR-V LX vs EX standard features

What features come with the 2016 Honda CR-V? That depends on which CR-V you choose. This capable, family-friendly vehicle is offered in lots of different trims, from just-the-essentials to fully-loaded. So even if you've already decided on a new CR-V, there are still a few big decisions to be made, depending on your budget and your technology must-haves. At Continental Honda, we like to make these kinds of decisions easier for our customer by comparing different versions of the same new vehicle in detail. So let's take a look at the 2016 Honda CR-V LX vs EX.  

All the most important basics are the same – 2016 CR-V buyers won't have to deal with multiple engine choices. The CR-V's fuel-efficient powertrain is the same no matter which version you choose, and all versions are available with or without all-wheel drive. However, there still are some key features you'll only find on the CR-V EX.  

Standard Features on the CR-V LX vs EX

Let's start with the 2016 Honda CR-V LX. Although this is the base model, it still comes with plenty of convenient technology. A multi-angle backup camera with guidelines comes standard, for extra-safe parking. Easy-fold rear seats and cargo area tie-downs are standard, too. You'll also get two 12-volt power outlets and a USB port for on-the-go charging. Every 2016 CR-V LX comes with Bluetooth hands-free calling, hands-free texting, and Bluetooth streaming audio with Pandora compatibility.  

Choose the 2016 CR-V EX, and the standard audio system gets a major upgrade. At the EX level, the audio system adds two extra speakers, a second USB port,  and a 7-inch touchscreen interface. In addition to Bluetooth, you'll also be able to connect your phone using HondaLink to access all your favorite apps and music streaming sites. The rest of the cabin gets some major convenience upgrades as well. In addition to all the LX features, the CR-V EX adds push-button start, heated front seats, a moonroof, and the Honda LaneWatch blind spot camera system. This camera turns on automatically when you signal to change lanes, for an extra layer of safety.  

Interested in learning more about the 2016 Honda CR-V and its features? Contact us or stop by Continental Honda to schedule your test drive today! 

2016 Honda CR-V LX vs EX price