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2013 Honda CR-V EX 4dr SUV AWD (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I have had to fix the door twice because the Cargo door would not open. No matter how hard, and long I press the latch,
the door would not open. At first the dealer fixed the issue by replacing the entire latch, but after a month of use,
the problem came back again. Six month after the second fix, the latch was slow to react, until finally, stopped working
Now that the Warranty expired, the dealer is charging to fix the problem. Very Disappointed with Honda.
2013 Honda CR-V LX 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
Fun to drive. Comfortable. Road noise at highway speed annoying. Materials could be higher quality. Door slam feels cheap. Speaker quality awful. Great 2nd car for young drivers. Safe.
2013 Honda CR-V LX 4dr SUV AWD (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I bought it new in 2013. It is a 2013. I am 6feet two inches so it could have a little more leg room. In order to go 50, 60, or 70 miles per hour you have to go two and one half mph faster on the speedometer. This is a fact checked by satellite. My last ford and dodge were exactly right on. It supprised me really as that was the case in the 50 and 60's not today. The other thing I dislike is the flat tire indicator will only hold 5 tires in the cars computer and I am the type of guy along with thousands of others, including my honda salesman, who buys four new wheels and snow tires and put them on myself at the first snow and then of course the car says I have 4 flats so I ride with the light on. All new cars are this way i I imagine. You have to buy 4 senders and have honda reprogram. By the way I let the air out of one tire just to see and the flat tire warning light did not come on untill ten psi. You could be riding with 15 lbs. What a bunch of balony.
Norman , Mcveytown.
2013 Honda CR-V EX-L 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I bought my Honda CRV in mid-2013. By the time the car was 1 year old, with 10,000 miles, there was a grinding noise when I would start the car. The grinding noise lasts about 2 seconds. It has been into a Honda dealership several times. I was told Honda is working on a "fix" and that the problem would be addressed when the engineering department had the issue figured out. One year later (but still under warranty), the grinding noise is louder and longer than before, and happens almost every time I start the car. Upon doing some research, I learned that Honda has been installing the defective VTC actuator since 2008, in Accords. The defective actuator was also installed in 2012-2014 CRV's.
It appears that Honda continued to use the defective actuator since 2008, yet customers are being told that a "fix" is in the works, 7 years later. American Honda has advised Honda service departments to not replace the actuator as it is likely that the replacement actuator will present the same grinding noise. A regional case manager also assured me that a "fix" was in the works but did not comment when I pointed out that Honda continued to use a defective part from 2008-2014. Honda repeatedly emphasizes that this is not a safety or performance issue, to which I have replied that is likely the reason it has been 7 years with no fix -- it is a low priority and Honda chooses to direct its engineering resources elsewhere.
Dealerships will not do anything as American Honda will not allow replacements to be made. This is my last Honda. Their way of doing business is horrendous. What I have now is a vehicle that definitely attracts attention (but not in a good way) when it is started as everyone in the vicinity gets to enjoy the grinding sound of metal-on-metal.
2013 Honda CR-V EX-L 4dr SUV AWD (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
It is beautiful, fun to drive, had good traction in rain and highway speeds+ and always looked beautiful. The seats and interior were easy to clean and always looked great on my 2013 CRV. The back seat is super spacious and so is the rear cargo area. I looked at all other small suv's and they never had as much room inside, especially in the back seat and cargo area. The only complaint I have is the road noise was louder than in a car. I was told that smaller SUV's are like that. I'm not sure I believe that, but in spite of the noise which is worse if the road is rough and at highway speeds and if your car needs an alignment, I could still enjoy my music from the fabulous USB plugins. I just loaded up a flash drive and plugged it in. Sounded great. I looked at newer models though, and we bought a new Civic and the newer models have a touch screen for music controls which I hate. The knob you could turn to quickly scroll through songs and albums worked much easier. The touch screen is a pain for finding anything and not getting sidetracked by accidentally touching the wrong spot. My CRV was a gorgeous blue called Mountain Air. I don't know why Honda doesn't make more cars in this color and make the Acura SUV's in that color. The newer CRV has a redesigned front which I do not like as well as the 2013 model and possibly the 2014. It is more of a snub-nosed look I find ugly. The interior is uglier, too, with more of a very dark charcoal kind of color with beige. I know that color is harder to keep clean because we have it on our new Civic. All dust shows all the time. The touch screen is more of a pain on the Civic to clean, too. Our 2013 CRV was easy to clean and always looked great. We got a super trade-in value for it because it still looked like new. I've never missed a car so much or regretted trading one more. I'd buy it back in a second. I have always owned American-made brands and always had problems with them, windows quit working, air conditioners quit, handles fall off, the vent louvres break, quit working, they just are not that dependable. Then, we bought an older, 1998 Honda Odyssey with high miles and to my surprise, everything worked! I could immediately see the difference in quality materials and design. Everything was quality built, no thin, cheap plastic like on my GM or Ford cars. I loved it. It drove and rode like a smooth-riding car, unlike a previous Pontiac van we owned which was more like a truck and soon had no working AC or windows. Fun in our 100+ summers. After owning the Odyssey, I decided the next vehicles would be Hondas. They are so ridiculously dependable. All reviews agree. Never go back to American made crap. Our friends work for a dealership that has GM and Ford and Chrysler. They get new vehicles every couple of years and we watch as they always have to have their new vehicles in the shop for ridiculous little things that don't work or quit working within weeks of getting their brand new vehicle. That doesn't happen with Honda. I value the five-star crash test rating (you'd be horrified if you knew what the other makers' ratings are....try one star front crash rating on Nissan Rogue for instance...and I value the dependability of Honda most of all. I hate breakdowns. With all the other old cars I have owned, I am practically an expert on what car noises, symptoms usually mean, but don't have to worry with a Honda. My other car, a 2003 Buick LeSabre Custome Celebration model with alll the bells and whistles for that year, has had problems with AC quitting, then mysteriously working again and lights not working, lots of fuse replacements, etc. Not fun. Get a Honda.