Honda CR-V in general Reviews
Product Type: Honda cars
Newest Review: ... it and then buying a new car. I know a little crazy. Well the new car he bought was the cr-v in a "pearl" color. ... more
Customer Honda CR-V in general Reviews (11)
by - written on 09/01/10 (Very useful, 1029 readings)
We're thinking of having a party next June. It'll be to celebrate 4 trouble-free years' ownership of our CR-V. When I was small, Japanese cars were derided as trashy, flimsy copies of superior western vehicles, but, somewhere along the line, the Japanese took on board that quality & reliability will always sell. Its obvious, really - you buy an item, & it quickly breaks, - do you rush out & buy another of the same item??. My Honda story begins in the 1970's, when I drove one or two as a favour to a friend who then had the dealership in Bath & Bristol. I promised myself that, if I ever got a new car, it'd be a Honda Accord. A ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/09, updated on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 1039 readings)
I have a Honda CRV automatic made in 2004. This review is about the interior of the car. All the bits that I want to know about a new car and are never included in a What Car review! As to the engine - the car goes fast enough for me, thanks. And it's easy to drive. And the outside? Looks ok to me - see the picture above! ** The important bit ** Right. Let's start at the back. The most important thing - you can fit 3 child carseats on the back seat. Woohoo! I have a Bebe Confort 9mth-4yr seat, a Jane high-backed booster and a Nania high-backed booster in a row. The space between the two boosters is a little tight - I can reach in and do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 350 readings)
After my mum traded in her old car she bought a Honda CRV 2.2 CDTI in steel grey colour. My first impressions was it looked a bit dull, by far not the prettiest 4x4 but I didn't make any further judgement until I drove it. The interior was basic but well laid out and a nice eye soothing blue dashboard. Everything seems well screwed together and most of the plastics are good quality and soft to touch. The CRV has a good spec with cruise control, cooled glove box, radio steering controls, twin airbags, climate control, remote central locking etc. On turning the key the first thing I noticed was how refined the engine was, infact one of the quietest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/02, updated on 26/03/02 (Very useful, 813 readings)
Honda’s first CR-V was a million seller and here is the second generation version. It may go by the same name but this one’s built in Swindon and is an all-new car with restyled, more aggressive looks, a completely new powertrain and a brochure full of new features and equipment. Although its off-road capabilities are better suited to grass and gravel rather than deep mud and sand, the CR-V with its ‘intelligent’ 4WD system certainly shouldn’t get stuck in a shallow puddle. Like the outgoing model, should the permanently driven front wheels start to slip, power is automatically fed on demand to the rears. Unlike the old ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/10 (Useful, 50 readings)
I have a Honda CRV 2007 new model and it's been a fantastic car from start to finish. Previous cars have been German prestige makes like Mercedes and BMW, so I was worried that the CR-V wouldn't live up to them, but how wrong I have been! It drives really well and I love the gear stick on the console - it makes driving really comfortable. Ours is a 2.0 litre petrol engine and I have to say that I do find it a bit "gutless" on occasion as the car is so heavy that it doesn't accelerate as quickly as I'd sometimes like, but that's a minor point compared to some of the benefits. From a family point of view it's been incredible. Loads of space in the boot and .. Read the complete review
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