What is the 2014 Honda CR-V's Projected Fuel Economy?

Should the 2014 Honda CR-V continue with the current engine/transmission combination, expect its fuel economy to remain steady at an EPA-estimated 23/31/26-mpg city/highway/combined with front drive and 22/30/25 mpg with AWD. That’s about average among compact crossover these days and is on a par with competitors like the Ford Focus and Chevrolet Equinox.

If the 2014 CR-V indeed gets its own version of the Accord’s Earth Dreams 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed automatic transmission, expect those estimates to jump to around 25/34/28 mpg with front drive and 25/33/27 with AWD. The 2014 CR-V should continue to run on regular-grade gasoline.

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