It is a 2.0i EX AWD model with leather. I have added 3 OEM extras. The locking wheel nuts, cargo tray, and chrome exhaust finisher. The latest upgrade includes H&R aftermarket +30mm lifting springs something I really wanted (3rd picture). Now ground clearance measures 19.5mm with the correct tyre pressure (2.3 bar). (If I get the 235 60 R18 upgrade it will become 20cm) Best SUV in its class. With the lifting springs CR-V becomes the king in my heart too since CR-V surpass the competitions' ground clearance specs, drives perfect on humps, on potholes, when cruising, and when off road. I simply love it. It is like having a new 4 1/2 generation SUV. The polish metal metallic and the OEM tinted glass colour makes CR-V look perfect. This is the reason I will be comparing it with my Audi Q5, which is a luxury SUV, best in its class too. Having both, I enjoy driving both as much, though my wife chose the CR-V due to having rear Camera capability when reversing, glass roof, and she feels less stressed when driving it. With the 20cm ground clearance she has enough space to avoid hitting any obstacles underneath (curbs), during my wifes shopping days. Now I feel more confident when going off road with the CR-V.
Honda CR-V EX 2.0i 2013 vs Audi Q5 2009 2.0i TFSi
I cannot tell the difference between my Honda CR-V and my Audi Q5. They have more or less the same colour. They have the same height the same length the same ground clearance (due to installing the H&R lifting springs). The only external differences are the tyre/rim size 225/60R18 7J for CR-V 235/55R19 8J for Audi Q5, the Q5 OEM cross bars which was an accessory, and the dual chrome exhaust on Q5 (left and right vehicle side) vs the single chrome exhaust on CR-V. Both with HID Xenon, though Q5 does not have corner lights. Q5 and CR-V have led for the rear lights. I have retrofitted licence plate led housing to Q5 which were available for later years. Both come with TPMS (I had to hack this feature on my Audi Q5 in order to enable it), both with bluetooth (I had to install a Kufatec/Fiscon bluetooth telephone on my Audi Q5), CR-V a2dp music streaming is stereo, though on my Audi is mono and I had to install an aux bluetooth adapter for streaming music with pandora, , both leather trims, CR-V has a black glass roof (wished that all roof was black as well as my side view mirrors), CR-V has a reverse camera, both have 4 front/4 rear parking sensors, both OEM locking nuts, both cargo tray, both have hill descent control, Audi Q5 has a Hill Hold feature, I will not mention GPS because no available maps for Cyprus for my CR-V. The engine difference is the power. 155HP for CR-V, 211HP for Q5, 192Nm for CR-V 350Nm for Q5.. Fuel consumption is 11l/100km for CR-V 12l/100km for Q5 (after the PCV change and new ECU programming). Radio quality is similar, CR-V has a touch screen a USB and a AV slot (thus you can install an aftermarket miracast hdmi box), Audi has a 6.5" infotainment screen an SD card and an aux slot. Both have multifunction steering wheel, and cruise control, Audi Q5 did not come with Paddle Shifters whereas CR-V did. CR-V EX came with keyless/Kessy entry/engine start, and power tailgate whereas my Q5 did not (both available as expensive accessories). Honda CR-V has more cargo/luggage volume which is important for families but lifting the rear seats up for the Q5 makes things adequate for Q5 too. CR-V has no hump in the back middle seat walking corridor, so three adults can be accommodated with comfort. Audi Q5 has oil level reading on the radio display screen, whereas CR-V has the normal oil level stick. CR-V comes with alarm/siren safety feature, whereas Audi did not (can be retrofitted). Audi Q5 has engine oil temperature and efficiency program, to help you save fuel economy, on the instrument cluster
Regarding the automatic gearbox, Honda CR-V is a 5 speed automatic, the sport mode you can use the paddle shifts, whereas the Audi Q5 is using the 7 speed S-tronic, the Q5 sport mode works like the automatic though more torque is available per gear which is a really nice feature, and there is an additional +- for manual gear operation same as CR-V sport mode.
As for AWD system, CR-V has a clutch type open differential, which is usually disengaged unless it senses that it needs to send torque to the rear wheels. It can send upto 40% rear torque. Its off road capability is limited by its rear differential cooling and torque capacity. Audi has a Torsen type 3 (Type "C") centre differential, 40:60 'default' split front-rear, automatically apportioning up to 80% of the torque to one axle using a 4:1 high-biased center differential. With the aid of ESP, up to 100% of the torque can be transferred to one axle.
CR-V has the H&R + 30 cm ground clearance springs. This will not make CR-V an off roader but it helps to protect the engine, transmission & differential
CR-V has the miracast Video in radio capability on the EX
Q5 can be retrofitted with drive select CR-V does not have such option
Q5 can be retrofitted with keyless entry / Keyless start (will cost about 1000 Euros) - CR-V has it
Q5 can be retrofitted with powered tailgate. CR-V has it (another 1000 Euros)
Q5 has turbo upgrades to 350 bhp, or stage 1 stage 2, stage 3 upgrades (Expensive: intercooler, upgraded turbo, downpipe etc).
Q5 can be retrofitted with rear camera (another 300 euros). CR-V has it.