Great design. Mediocre power. Bought with 119,000 miles on it. A/C started acting up within a week of buying it but a complete emptying of the system fixed the problem.
A/C is now ice cold at 135,000 miles. At about 132,000 I developed a problem with the right axle which will have to be replaced shortly as the shaking is getting worse.
love the way it drives, handles great.
Awesome in snow, sand.
goes places even my Nissan Titan 4x4 could not go.
Like the table in the back and the area for wet stuff underneath it. Like the reclining rear seats
2004,2005,2006 AC units are so bad Honda had to settle a lawsuit regarding this piece of junk. Do not buy a used Honda CRV unless the AC unit has been replaced, it will cost you $1400.00 bucks to replace it. Eventually you will have to if you drive it over 50,000 miles that is about how long it will last.
2005 Honda CR-V SUV Special Edition AWD 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I bought this car over 6 years ago and has 100K+ miles on it.
Buying it was the best decision I ever made.
It's been rock solid with very few issues.
No major breakdowns of any sort.
I've made several trips up and down the east coast with it and hope to make several more.
It's comfortable, quiet, has ample space for everything I need.
The gas mileage isn't the greatest but nowhere near bad.
I love this car and shutter to think of the day it will give up the ghost.
I don't think that will happen any time soon.
Bougth this car 6.5 years ago and now have 170,000 trouble free miles.
Daughter has been driving this car for awhile and with this much mileage, i still have confidence in it to go cross country and back.
Not all is good in the beginning since the dealer charged me over $1000 for some kind of paint sealant, it's crap it takes along time to buff it to shine.
My 9 years old Odyssey didn't have it and with over 210,000 miles still looks good.
The recommended tire pressure inflation is way too low for the weight of the vehicle at 29 PSI.
With 29 PSI the mileage is at 20 city and 23 Hwy and obvious underinflation tire wear.
Finally got dialed in at 36 PSI all around to get the 23/26.
High clearance, comfortable ride, nice sound,
Minimal sound deadening material.
Would be nice for Honda to just add that extra few pounds to fix this issue.