2019 Honda CR-V Passenger Space Info

By Product Expert | Posted in Honda CR-V on Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 at 9:15 pm
2019 Honda CR-V on a forest road

2019 Honda CR-V Leg & Head Room Measurements  

SUVs are often praised because of their spacious interiors. Unfortunately, a large amount of cabin space doesn’t always translate to a comfortable amount of room for passengers. If you’re in the market for an SUV with plenty of personal space, the 2019 Honda CR-V is a great choice. We’ve broken down everything drivers should know about this SUV’s personal space, including 2019 Honda CR-V leg and head room measurements.  

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Overall, the average passenger will find that the 2019 Honda CR-V provides an ample amount of personal space. Every 2019 CR-V features two rows of seating. Front-row passengers have access to 41.3 inches of leg room while passengers in the rear row can enjoy 40.4 inches of leg room. Similarly, passengers can take advantage of 41.3 inches of head room in the front row and 39.1 inches of head room in the rear row. 

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2019 Honda CR-V interior

2019 Honda CR-V Storage Space 

When it comes to interior volume, the 2019 Honda CR-V’s cabin has 142.1 cubic feet of open space. With the three rear seats folded down, drivers can take advantage of 75.8 cubic feet of dedicated cargo space, or 39.2 cubic feet with the seats upright. 

2019 Honda CR-V parked on a beach

2019 Honda CR-V Exterior Colors 

The 2019 Honda CR-V is available in ten exterior colors, giving drivers plenty of options in finding a look that appeals to them. Paint options include Crystal Black Pearl, Dark Olive Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, Molten Lava Pearl, Gunmetal Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Obsidian Blue Pearl, Sandstorm Metallic and Basque Red Pearl II. 


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