CRV EX-L. It has heated leather seats. We've had hondas, Accords and Odyssey, before, which were very good vehicles: reliable, great value, good performance, comfortable, etc., so thought this would be a good choice.
Issues: headlights, tranny, radio, info screen.
Seems as though part of the headlights are blocked, and even more so with with the high-beams on.
Tranny: test drive seemed very smooth, but later noticed that when decelerating then give it gas there is good amount of delay in the acceleration. Can't you go with 6 speed?
Radio: Really? lower grad than what I had in my 1995 Accord. Why put that in top-end model.
Info screen: was this project complete?
Improved style outside.
Extremely efficient with space.
Put more luxury into EX-L.
Radio is cheap.
Interior trim is cheap.
Could be a little bigger.
Put in 6 speed tranny.
Fix the headlights - this is reduction of functionality.
Stop resting on your successes.
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