You could not pay me money to give up
my cr-v. I owned a 2002 model, but it
got totaled when a Suburban ran a red
light...long story. So I got another,
because I had no problems with my
first. There is always plenty of
passing power, granted you pass at
speeds less than 100 of course. I
averaged 23 mpg in a rigorous
birmingham, Ala rush hour commute, and
it as an absolute blast to drive. It is
larger inside than a liberty or an
escape, is faster, cheaper, and of
better quality than a Sorento(Kia), and
like I keep saying is built like a rock
(Aren't all Hondas?)hehe. Anyway two
major thumbs up on this fine ride.
I like the different styling of the
dash, as well as the different seating
arrangements and fore and aft movement
of the rear seats.
Maybe a slightly softer ride and 20
more pounds of tourque?
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