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Based on 22 reviews
2002 Honda CR-V Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 22 reviews
Understanding that success cannot rest on its laurels forever, the 2002 Honda CR-V introduces some significant changes from the previous five years. What is interesting is that they are not just changes - rather they constitute improvements in comfort, safety, power and maneuverability.
The comfort improvements include a roomier interior, independent rear seats with more room to stretch, and better overall comfort. Many of the new safety features are hardly noticeable. The frame is not any larger, though strengthened in design for greatly improved crash test results. Safety belts for all five passengers have a special locking design for greater effectiveness, and of course the duel air bags come standard.
What makes most drivers happy is the more powerful 2.4-liter, 160-hp engine that provides extra power that the CR-V never quite had before. Additionally, steering, cornering, and other aspects of a good, fun drive are all included in this vehicle.
Though prices in used cars often vary, it is safe to say that a price range between $12,250 and $16,500 pretty much covers the full range, no matter what options you include.
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Honda CR-V Questions
What Engine Oil ?
I use 5w20 Mobil 1 and change it every 5,000 miles. I also use a K&N air filter and always use K&N oil filters too.
Has Honda Corrected This Oil Consumption Problem Yet ? I'm Thinking About B...
Timing Chain Came Off 02
Can i just replace chain ?
Is There A Fix For The Cargo Window Latch On A 2002 Cr-v?
Ours unlatches and if we don't know the battery drains and the vehicle won't start. Just needs a jump or battery charger but it is annoying! It might be unlatching when a door is closed (not necessari...
How To Put Down Stuck Window 2002 Honda Crv.
Trying to replace the window regulator but is stuck in the up position making it difficult to get at the bolts that hold the window to the rail!