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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
I Have A 99 Honda Crv And Am Having Trouble With The Car While Driving... I...
The car drops idle and while I press on the gas the car accelerates high and it stops and keeps doing it and it kills my gas quick
My Honda Crv Shuts Down While Driving, What Could Be The Problem? Help
I will be driving and it just stops running, I pull over, give it a few seconds and it will start up again. I have changed the fuel filter, fuel pump, ignition switch, plugs and plug wires, and ba...
I'm Working On A 99 Honda Crv Awd And I Have No Power To The A/c Compressor...
Does it go to a switch ? Can I run a wire to the compressor and to a fuse to get power to the compressor and will that hurt the compressor at all ? Someone please tell me .....
Since I Didn't Put Oil In The Drier Would That Cause The A/c Clutch To Not...
I ran a vacuum for 11/2 hour gages zero, release freon, clutch doesn't engage ??? Could it be a relay is bad ?????