How much cargo can fit inside the 2019 Honda CR-V?

By Product Expert | Posted in Honda CR-V on Tuesday, July 16th, 2019 at 12:45 pm
2019 Honda CR-V exterior driver side profile on road with grassy area

The 2019 Honda CR-V is a common vehicle you can see on the road here in Oklahoma City. Part of its popularity comes from the spacious interior it provides for drivers and passengers who find themselves in need of a bit more space than a sedan can provide but aren’t quite looking for something as large as the Passport or Pilot. So, how much cargo can fit inside this model? Let’s check it out!

2019 Honda CR-V interior back cabin cargo space looking up at front seatsCargo space of the 2019 Honda CR-V

You’ll find the same amount of cargo space in all the trims of the 2019 Honda CR-V. If you have all of the seats in the upright position, you’ll find 39.2 cubic feet of cargo space available. If you fold the back row down, you’ll increase this space to 75.8 cu. ft. of cargo space. So, you’ll have an admirable amount of cargo space to haul all your gear, groceries, and other supplies. However, you won’t have the same amount of passenger volume in all of the trims. Here’s what you’ll find for the passenger volume:

  • LX: 105.9 cu. ft.
  • EX: 102.9 cu. ft.
  • EX-L: 102.9 cu. ft.
  • Touring: 101.6 cu. ft.

So, you’ll see the most passenger volume in the lowest trim, and the least amount in the highest trim, with the EX and EX-L sharing the same 102.9 cu. ft. of passenger volume. Even with the passenger space shrinking the higher the trim you go, the CR-V still offers plenty of space to make your drive comfortable and convenient.

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