I bought this CRV to replace a Chevrolet Tahoe, not much of a trade off. I liked the size of the the crv and the pep. I really got to appreciate the AWD, when we got caught in a Montana snow storm and kept on trucking when all the big 4 wheelers were having to chain there rigs up. We went right on through without a issue and about 22 mpg, try to tell my old Tahoe that.
All wheel drive
Rear differential has had the fluid changed about every 15k, whats with that? Do we have some questionable engineering? And road noise is excessive, and the stereo and cruise switches on the steering wheel need to be lit.
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