The Honda CR-V is currently Edmunds’ top-ranked small SUV. Its combination of room, power, comfort and fuel efficiency is unmatched. Now, for 2020, the CR-V sports a refresh that includes more standard driver aids and a new hybrid powertrain. It also comes with a new look for the grille, tinted taillights, dark-chrome exterior trim and LED foglights on all but the base trim. Inside, the CR-V packs a revised center console and an updated infotainment system, though even the new system’s graphics still look a little dated. Honda includes driver aids such as traffic-adaptive cruise control on all CR-V trims. Additionally, Honda now offers a hybrid powertrain on the CR-V. Besides improved fuel efficiency — the EPA estimates it gets 38 mpg in combined city/highway driving — the CR-V Hybrid also makes more power than the standard CR-V. All-wheel drive is standard for the Hybrid, which is a boon for those who live in wet or snowy climates. MSRP: $26,170.