Powering the CR-V is a 180-horsepower four-cylinder engine that most reviewers characterized as sluggish, although they said the handling was comfortable without being soft. The only available transmission is an automatic, and both front- and all-wheel drive are available. Most critics found that the front and rear seats offered plenty of comfort and ample space. Standard equipment includes cloth seat upholstery and a basic four-speaker CD stereo with an auxiliary input jack. Opting for a higher trim gets you features like a power sunroof, an upgraded stereo with a CD changer and USB port, satellite radio, leather seats with front heating, navigation, backup camera and dual-zone climate control.