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Not new to Honda, but new to this group. 2020 Hybrid Touring!

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Welcome! 👋👋

I took delivery of my 2020 CR-V Hybrid Touring on 3/10/2020. Have about 740 miles on the ODO as of now. Really enjoyed things so far! Traded in my 2019 Honda Insight Touring. So like you, not new to Honda. Just new to this Honda.

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It's an amazing vehicle, ain't it? :)

Welcome! 👋👋

I took delivery of my 2020 CR-V Hybrid Touring on 3/10/2020. Have about 740 miles on the ODO as of now. Really enjoyed things so far! Traded in my 2019 Honda Insight Touring. So like you, not new to Honda. Just new to this Honda.

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WELCOME.

@johudso7 I'm interested in how you feel the Hybrid-CR-V compares to the Insight.

I really enjoy the CR-V Hybrid! Ride is much smoother than the Insight Touring and powertrain is much quieter. I actually test drove a 2020 Accord Hybrid Touring back to back with the CR-V Hybrid Touring and the 2.0L power plant in the Accord was much quieter than the 1.5L in the Insight, but I still felt the CR-V was quietest out of them all. The extra room is REALLY nice to have, both cargo and people room. I do wish the CR-V had some of the features the Accord had (cooled seats, head up display....), but you can't compete with the roominess of the CR-V. As far as efficiency goes, I owned my Insight since October 2018 and in 26,000 miles I averaged 45.6 MPG. With all of this stay at home order business, I haven't gotten out to really put many miles on the CR-V. I plan on posting MPG's once I get more miles on it and gather more data. I had to make a run to the grocery store the other day and the computer says 39.8. I'll have to do the math after fill up and see if thats accurate.
 

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Just traded in our 2015 CRV for a 2020 CRV Touring Hybrid. We love it! In the process of getting a 2” bike hitch installed. Almost complete but we need to get the hatch lift sensor working. The place that installed the hitch also installed the adapter but couldn’t get it to work. :unsure:
 

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