2.2 I-DTEC EX CR-V (Manual) I was given the car for about 4 hours today - and I am thorough impressed by it. It is leaps and bounds over the 3rd Generation CR-V that I drove last weekend - for me, its a no brainer now - the 3rd Generation is simply no longer an option. The engine was sublime, amazingly quiet and pulled like a train - and felt it more in this than the Accord if only because you can feel the weight of the car being propelled, as the CR-V, by its very nature, carries a lot of dead weight with it. Very easy to get the kids in and out of, despite being higher off the ground and the near 90-degree opening of the rear doors meant access was fantastic. Now here's the sticking point. Given the pending increases in the Honda range, a new CR-V for late April/early May delivery in EX guise will be around £32k. I have been offered several demonstrators, all in EX guise, with varying mileages on it for around £26k-£29k. None of these prices include ADAS either. Going for ADAS means a new car, and another couple of grand on top naturally. I have however been given an offer to take a new build CR-V for just under £32k, but that includes: Full "Black Edition" kit (minus the alloys, as I think they're crap and wouldn't have black alloys given the poor UK roads) Kit would mean no ADAS, full sports grille, sidesteps, rear spoiler Full colour coding of the plasticy grey trim around the lower parts of the car Full Aero kit front and rear bumpers Full Illumination Pack Only catch is that I have to order before 31st March. Existing CR-V owners who have bought the 4th Generation; what are you thoughts and would you have opted for such a deal? General thoughts as well would be most welcome. Oh, and I am getting/being offered a heck of a lot for my Accord as well for trade in so I can't complain on that - as much as I would like to keep both, I don't need two cars. Sorry for the long post!