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Average User Score
4.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 21 reviews
2001 Honda CR-V Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 20 reviews
Again, with the exception of a safer set-up for a child-seat, there is nothing new for the 2001 Honda CR-V. After all when you make a quality product that has a proven track record, why bother making changes?
Just to review, the CR-V is not a real off-road vehicle. It is sort of an overgrown wagon with lots of passenger and storage space. You get the size of an SUV with a vehicle that is easy to handle and great for driving around town.
One of the trademarks of the CR-V is the Honda "Real-Time" 4WD package - unless you prefer the option of front-wheel drive only. Then there is the 2.0-liter, 146-hp engine, 4-wheel independent suspension, and unibody construction. The side-opening tailgate with the spare tire mounted on the outside allows for exceptional storage space. With that in mind some people feel they forgot about comfort in the back seats.
That being said, the 2001 Honda CR-V seats five people fairly comfortably with duel airbags included, all for an approximate price range of between $8,400 and $12,950.
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Honda CR-V Questions
Heating And Cooling
My air & heat would only blow on high recently it stop blowing period but my compressor, heater coil, fuses and blower are good what's my problem
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I'm only interested in the first version of the CRV 1998 - 2001
I Have Read That "real Time 4wd" Is Not As Reliable In The Crv As Awd Is In...
I have read that the CRV "Real Time 4WD" is not reliable on an icy incline. Tests show that the rear tires do not get enough torque with "Real Time" to help much on ice. I have a steep, winding, icy...