Bought this new to replace the Toyota Sienna that kept breaking down. Replaced tires, windshield wipers and a few other components before year one. Same complaints as others...plastic bits falling off, poor acceleration, weird noises. Battery problems, computer problems, have nicknamed it HAL from 2001. If it starts singing, "Daisy, Daisy" I am leaving it on the side of the road.
None. This thing is butt ugly. What was I thinking buying this POS in the first place?
Get rid of your design team and start over. Maybe a new reality show that brings in people like the fashion show design idea. Get a bunch of Nascar drivers to be the judges. Larry the Cable Guy can host it.
I like everything about this vehicle except the lack of power. It has enough power to get you to point A,B,C,and all the way to z and back. I just think it can have a V6 engine. The door speakers could be larger to make that subwoofer sound like a BOSE system.
The captain seats, sun roof, cargo shelf, rear sliding/reclining seats, subwoofer, basically everything.
I purchased the CRV in October of 2010 at Honda of San Marcos, Texas. I purchased from them as they treat you like family there.
Averaged 25.4 MPG for the first 14K, service was needed around 7k. At the 2nd service call, recalls to update injectors and something else was done.
My wife then went on a 6K trip and averaged 28.1 MPG.
The tire air pressure light is somewhat of a pain when there are temperature swings, showing under inflated tires when the temperature drops.
Very happy with vehicle overall.
It is a fun vehicle to drive compared to our van. Daughter likes the elevated rear seat. Corners well, decent mileage, good for living out of the city on under improved roads. Value is holding well.
Seats are still a bit stiff. Tire air pressure indicator a pain as noted above.
I just bought an EX-L and drove it home last night. I really hate the driver side arm rest. It is not comfortable, too short and narrow. My arm kept falling off. I also noticed that the center console in the back seat fold down for drinks and an arm rest but it folds down at an angle. the drinks would spill. It is slanted down about 25 degrees. Also, the bright beam head lights seem to point up at the trees and not at the street. The lower beam lights are pointed at the street correctly but actually illuminate the road much better than the bright beams!! I am taking it back to the dealer next week to see if they can do anything. They may have to replace the drink holder in the back seat.
Display panel has some great features such as the temp outside, how many miles you have left on the gasoline. I love the leather seats and the sun roof.
The adjustments for the stereo on the left side of the steering wheel is up too high. The 2009 Accord was perfect. You took out the center hold in the bottom of the steering wheel so can't put your hand there to steer. Arm rests in front really horrible! Too short and narrow. Very uncomfortable
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