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Average User Score
4.3 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 17 reviews
2003 Honda CR-V Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 17 reviews
Because Honda made significant changes the previous year, the 2003 Honda CR-V does not add anything new. The reputation of this SUV for dependability has garnered significant customer loyalty. Since affordability is one of the attractive features, why spend money making unnecessary changes?
There is plenty of comfort in terms of leg and headroom, the independent rear seats can recline to provide room to stretch, and the seat itself is pretty comfortable. The frame is strengthened in design for better crash test results, and safety belts for all five passengers have a special locking design for greater effectiveness.
The more powerful 2.4-liter, 160-hp engine provides the extra power drivers enjoy, and steering, overall control, and cornering aspects of driving are still present in this vehicle. Of course we still have the side-opening tailgate with the spare tire mounted on the outside that allows for exceptional storage space.
Though prices in used cars often vary, it is safe to say that a price range between $12,000 and $16,750 is pretty accurate.
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Honda CR-V Questions
High Oil Consumption But No Oil On Driveway Engine Light On All The Time
2003 CRV uses lots of oil but no smoke or on driveway. Parents took it in repeatedly for the engine light but never a fix, light always stayed on. Car has low annual mileage, now at 50,000. Local m...
How To Glue Rear View Mirror 2003 Crv
there is a black patch on the windshield where the metal tab goes. I got a generic glue kit fron auto zone and followed directions. it fell off the next day. is there a special glue for this year?
My 2003 Crv Has Been Aligned Twice And Still Pulls To The Left. I Just Boug...
So, 2003 Crv Air Conditioning Compressor Went Bad. Now I Am Being Told Ther...
I Own A 2003 Automatic Honda Crv And I Am Looking Into Lowering It. What Is...
Shocks, springs, coilovers?