Other than the bland interior our CR-V
has been awesome. We average over
27+mpg with alot of highway.
The interior space for cargo and people
was a big factor in choosing the CR-V
over the Liberty and Rav4. I'm 6'3 and
I can sit in the back without my knees
hitting the front seat backs.
The CR-V is a fun, practical,
economical vehicle without the typical
Exterior style, interior space, fold-
down center console, heater/A.C.
control knobs, fuel economy and the
Resize console storage for CD's. Still
haven't found the cup, bottle or can
the cupholders were designed for. Put
spare tire on other side for better
visibility. Move the radio tuner to
the left side so they are within reach.
Allow the front seats to slide back
I find the interior uncomfortable. The
seats, front and rear, have little to
no cushion. The rear seats are roomy,
but not comfortable. This is truly the
only thing I dislike about my CR-V.
Also, the roof rack covers (4) where
the rack connects, keep falling off but
the AutoWest dealership in Roseville
We look at everthing that the auto
industry had to offer and adding all
factors up we simply came to the
conclusion that there was only on
vehical that had everthing we were
looking for, the 2003 Honda CR-V.
With a small family it has been a joy
to have. And with the weather weve
had in the northeast its handled it
with no problems. I simply have to
say we made the right choice.
My favorite features are the real-time
4wd, fuel economy, spacious interior,
honda quality and reliablity, and
awesome resale value record.