Honda CR-V Hybrid practicality & boot space
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The Honda CR-V Hybrid is a roomy and practical car, with masses of space for those sat in the front and back, and plenty of useful cubbies to keep your stuff stowed out of sight.
The boot, too, is big enough to cope with the demands of family motoring, and is bigger than you'll get in the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
It's worth noting, though, that the Toyota RAV4 has more luggage space, and there are also non-electrified alternatives such as the Skoda Kodiaq that offer seven-seat versatility.
Honda CR-V Hybrid interior space, storage & comfort
Five adults can sit comfortably in the CR-V Hybrid, possibly with the exception of the middle seat in the back, where legroom is restricted by a slightly raised segment of the floor. The firmness of the seat itself also means the centre passenger sits higher, so tall people may struggle for headroom here.
However, there are no such issues in the other four seats. Legroom and headroom is plentiful and the CR-V Hybrid will be comfortable for even the lankiest of passengers on long journeys.
All the typical interior storage compartments can be found in the CR-V Hybrid. In addition to the glovebox, the centre console has a deep storage area and a dedicated tray for a smartphone, placed conveniently next to the USB inputs.
With the back seats up, luggage capacity in the boot stands at 497 litres. This is less than you get in the Toyota RAV4 but actually more than the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offers, and is certainly spacious enough to cope with chunky buggies or dog crates.
With the seats folded down, capacity increases to 1,694 litres (or 1,638 litres if the glass roof is fitted). Usefully, the seats fold completely flat, leaving a long boot space that's flush with the boot lip, too, making it easy to slide in bulky items. The powered tailgate on EX cars helps with this, too.