Never wanted a Honda CRV. Caved into the dealership sales pitch. Took awhile, but really enjoy driving it, very much. Mine has 67,000 miles and will simply keep driving it. Two things, 1.) the CRUISE CONTROL separated from its location in the engine at 57,000 miles. Dealership said "out-of-warranty" and quoted $986.00 to fix, then indicated that this happened to another customer. They said they would supply the part, I pay for the labor. OK. That was a year ago, and even after several phone calls to them, I still have no cruise control. Also, at 17,000 miles the drivers side floor carpet split, Honda said it was due to "usage". No, it was poor installation.
Easy to drive, great turn radius, very roomy for cargo. Nice looking exterior. Really no engine problems. Adequate gas mileage.
Cheap interior, all plastic which scratches real easy (the dog has been banned). Drivers position OK but not real comfortable (I'm 6'). No acceleration.
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