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The Top Gear car review:Honda CR-V
Running costs and reliability
Fans of automatics will be pleased to hear the new nine-speeder (only available with the 158bhp diesel) manages to stick close to the six-speed manual’s economy figures – 57.7 for the manual plays 55.3 for the auto. The less powerful 1.6-litre diesel manages 64.2mpg and 115g/km in 2WD trim. Residual values and reliability are strong and the British build quality ace.