when the 2019 honda cr-v went on sale nov. 13, we were there for it with a roundup of coverage to date. so, apparently, were our readers, who propelled our coverage summary to the top of the most-read news stories for the week.
we already liked the cr-v enough in its 2017 redesign to place it second by just a couple points in the closest no. 2 finish of any challenge we've ever conducted. a few tweaks for 2019 in the name of improved technology and streamlined trim levels — plus a new shade of white, if that's your thing — shouldn't alter what makes the cr-v a great compact suv. what's different, however, is the price, which creeps up for the third time since the 2017 redesign. depending how budget-minded you are, a 2018 cr-v could be the better option than a 2019 model.
elsewhere, readers couldn't get enough of our 2020 toyota corolla sedan coverage, which took three of the top 10 slots. we also have a story from our 2018 mid-size sedan challenge, a quick ride in the 2019 ford ranger, a couple auto-show previews from opposite ends of the country and (my personal favorite) a story about one of our copy editors and a 2019 dodge challenger srt hellcat redeye that you'll definitely want to read. i can promise a lot of purple in that one.
how did it all shake out? take a look. here are the top 10 news stories readers couldn't get enough of this past week:
1. 2019 honda cr-v: everything you need to know
2. accord vs. altima vs. camry: which is the best mid-size sedan?
3. we test-drove the all-new 2019 ford ranger (and you can, too)
4. 2020 toyota corolla drops tonight: here's everything we know
5. 2020 toyota corolla to debut thursday; 6 things it needs from the 2019 corolla hatch
6. grandma got bowled over by a hellcat: 2019 dodge challenger srt hellcat redeye
7. 2018 tampa bay auto show: 5 things you can't miss
8. 2020 toyota corolla sedan snags hatch looks, leaves powertrains
9. how much does it cost to fill up a 2019 toyota corolla hatchback?
10. 2018 san francisco auto show: 5 things you can't miss
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