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2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid review: Like a nice night out

It’s good that Honda hasn’t fallen prey to the same addiction to large grilles as the rest of the industry.


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The 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid is like a nice date night that doesn’t go overboard, financially speaking. Let’s say you want to treat yourself, but you’re not going all-out with a trip to one of those stuffy, three-figure-per-plate steakhouses. Maybe you want to spend just a smidge more money than usual and get down with some approachable, quasi-upscale cuisine, like a Cooper’s Hawk or a Wildfire, because you deserve something nice every once in a while. That’s what

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Toyota’s new hybrids, Honda Civic Type R and more: Roadshow’s week in review

New minivans!


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It’s Memorial Day weekend, Roadshow readers. And since that might look a little different this year, since the usual backyard barbecues and road trips aren’t exactly a good idea these days, we’ve got a whole roundup of news, reviews and videos from the past week for you to peruse.

Here’s a recap of our most important stories from May 17-23.

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Honda’s winged wonder packs a few meaningful upgrades for the 2020 model year, making this hot hatch even easier to love. But

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2020 Honda Civic Type R review: Better living through technology

The small visual tweaks to the front bumper are welcome, considering how vast and monochromatic those intakes are.


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It took quite some time for Honda to finally bring a Civic Type R to the US, but when it did, Americans were left staring down one of the best driver’s cars in ages. It quickly launched itself to near-deity status among Honda fans and critics alike. So, where could Honda possibly go from there? For the 2020 model year, the automaker did some nipping and tucking that, in nearly every way, somehow made this already-great hot hatch even better.

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2021 Toyota Sienna hybrid vs. Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Pacifica

The Sienna also trounces the competition in the “Fender Aggression” category. Look at those lines!


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Whither the minivan? As buyers abandon these former road staples for crossovers, the segment has dwindled to just a few primary competitors. The Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Pacifica both underwent recent renovations in order to better serve what minivan buyers remain, in addition to trying to bring segment-browsers new and old into the fold.


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But now, it’s time for the completely redesigned 2021 Toyota Sienna to stand atop the pile as

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