Less than a month ago, we bought a Honda CR-V Turbo in Morelia. I spent a lot of time beforehand on the Internet to compare the U.S. with the Mexican models. While the U.S. has some 5 or more "trim" levels, the Mexican has three. You can see a detailed list of features of the 3 Mexican models here. Ficha técnica.
I also waded through the English version owners' manual online, realizing that the features varied some from the Mexican model. No remote startup for the Mexican version, which is just as well.
It's easy to drive, although we had to make some adjustment after driving a Ford Windstar for the past 11 years. Keyless, pushbutton startup is a snap; keyless entry took a little time to learn, but walk away door lock took some extensive familiarization to where we would feel confident that the doors were truly locked.
The interactive touch screen can be daunting for non techie types. But after much study, I realized that there are various "states' of function. If you have an iPhone or an Android phone, you can display a restricted group of apps on the Honda's touch screen.
I'm still needing to familiarize myself with the audio controls on the left side of the steering wheel. So far, I've had some success in using Siri voice control (while parked, not while driving. Not yet.) But these features are icing on the cake. I will note that I had to use the touch screen to make system and vehicle changes, notably interior lights and most importantly, the walk away door lock.
We believe that our car was manufactured in the U.S. It has a sticker that indicates such. All the controls are in English. However, the speedometer is in kilometers per hour, not miles.
Plata Luna color CR-V similar to ours.