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Best car I've ever driven
Pros: Too many to list!
Cons: The radio shuts off with the engine.Average fuel economy which is acceptable for a small SUV. versatile, roomy and comfortable, low maintenance. Should I choose to replace my 2008 CR-V it will be only for a newer CR-V. The only improvements I could ask for are more versatile sun visors and for the radio to continue playing a few minutes after turning off the engine.
Pros: the quickness
Cons: the car itselfShould get better mileage. 4wheel dr. twists and jolts on snow and ice. Somewhat uncomfortable on long drives. Quick response and good visibility.
Very Good Small Suv Choice
Cons: NoisyEverything great except noisy and firm ride. Highway mileage better than claim, but city mileage only about 22 MPG. Premium radio obsolete... has no usb port or ipod or ear phone jack.
Cons: rough rideexcellent miles per gallon
I love this Honda CRV
Pros: Sun and moon roof.This CRV is the best new vehicle and easiest to drive of all cars that I have ever owned. I am 79 years old and believe me, this is the most fun I have ever had with a new car.
The vehicle that does everything well!
Pros: The moon roof, I use it all the time here in Hawaii
Cons: The visibility looking back, the corners are hard to seeI bought this vehicle because it is SAFE, Reliable, and does well on fuel. As an extra, the street thieves are not interested in this car, so they leave it alone. During the three years that I have owned this car, it has been gas and go, meaning that I have never had a time when the dash turned red, and said take me for service. From the day I took delivery, this gem has done everything that I have required of it-in spades. It hauls people, ( have stuffed 7 adults in it), my dog, he loves going for rides, and carrying just plain stuff, with folding down seats, I have carried lumber, plywood etc. My warranty just ended, and I've been looking, but I can honestly say that I haven't found a satisfactory replacement, save getting a new CRV. Oh yes, I average 21+ driving up to 900 feet above sea level every day, not bad, and my CRV has enough power to get out of harms way easily! If I drive on the freeway, I see the average jump, I've had as high as 27 mpg, but I don't do much freeway anymore.