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Average User Score
4.2 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 17 reviews
1999 Honda CR-V Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 17 reviews
Add 20-hp to the engine, and the 1999 Honda CR-V is pretty much the same car it has been. The Honda "Real-Time" 4WD is really popular. This system means normal driving is with the front wheels, and a computer sensor will automatically switch to 4WD when necessary.
There is plenty of room for 5 passengers and storage, independent suspension (unusual for SUVs), and an anti-lock brake system. A 5-speed manual transmission is now standard on the 4WD package, though the 4-speed automatic is available as an option.
Of course we will never confuse the CR-V with a Jeep or another more powerful SUV. Instead, this vehicle is relatively inexpensive to buy, is quite economical to maintain, and will do all the everyday jobs just as well as any SUV on the road. If you can find one that doesn't already have a driver, you can have your own for about $7,000 to $9,000.
The side-opening tailgate is practical - especially for smaller people. The spare tire is mounted on the outside, allowing for more storage space. Consumers rate this vehicle very highly, though comment the seats could be more comfortable for longer drives.
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Honda CR-V Questions
Why Wont My 1999 Honda Crv Rev While In Nuetral
while driving it seemed like the gas was turned off but car was idling fine. turned it off, restarted and everything was back to normal.
99 Crv Auto Trans While Driving Giving It Gas Car Started To Make Grind Noi...
While driving home car started to make grind noise and slowly came to stop no mater if revving engine. Wont go into any gear or park . Sounds like when shifting it tries to go in gear when in D car r...
1999 Honda Cr-v Will Not Start. I Changed The Fuel Pump, Fuel Pressure Regu...
If I Replace Distributor Does That Replace Tdc Sensor?
Check engine light is on with code 1362. This relates to TDC sensor. Wondering if replacing distributor will fix problem. Car has 207,000 miles (1999 Honda CRV.)
I Have A 1999 Honda Crv Wants To Stall In The Morning
When I start it up to go to work and start driving it, it wants to die (but never does) when I put the clutch in to slow down. After driving it for about 5-10 minutes it stops doing it. Any thoughts...