2004 Honda CR-V Overview


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4.45 stars

Based on 24 reviews

I Would Buy This Car Again, And Plan To Drive It Until It Dies! by Tompkins
 — The CR-V cabin is comfortable, the vehicle handles nicely, the cargo space is great, and the mileage is a pleasing 26 mpg on average (driving the speed limit). There is plenty of power for the vehicle... Read More
Cr-v...better Than You Would Think! by Michael
 — It's a good car, the drive is so smooth, it's quite amazing. The 2.4 liter i-4 has surprisingly good performance, the pickup isn't bad! I have never had an issue with the car's quality, afterall it's ... Read More
I Love It. by Clint
 — This is the best all-around car I have ever owned and I got it used! It has a peppy yet economical low emissions engine, AWD so it does great in all weather conditions. This model and year of CR-V has... Read More

2004 Honda CR-V Overview

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Based on 23 reviews

2004 Honda CR-V

Again, in order to maintain price control, there are no real changes for the 2004 Honda CR-V.

The CR-V is still unique (or copied) with unibody construction over a frame with four-wheel independent suspension. The Honda "Real-Time" 4WD package is installed standard, with the option of installing front-wheel drive only. A 2.4-liter, 160-hp engine provides plenty of power for this mini-SUV. Also, it comes with comes a 4-speed automatic transmission, or a 5-speed manual with the 4WD.

Depending on which model you purchase, the price range is from about $16,000 to $20,000. Reports from owners indicate that this vehicle is reliable, economical, and well designed for comfort, safety and practicality. For some people, the most remarkable part of this vehicle is the available storage space.


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Honda Crv 2004 Lx Vs Ex?

I can't figure out the difference between these two trim packages.

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replaced engine now tranny won't shift- seems like it's stuck in second

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I have 46,000 miles on my CRV. The AC compressor went up. Is this typical

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What Type Of Mileage Should One Be Getting In A 2004 Cr-v If Properly And R...

Can anyone tell me your experience with mileage on a 2004 CR-V? What is the norm with regular and proper maintenance? Thanks

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Does My 2004 Honda Cr-v Lx Have A K-series Engine?

Can anyone tell me if the 2004 Honda CR-V has a K-Series engine? Also...juts to be sure...is it a 4 cylinder or 6 cylinder? Thanks. New to all this.

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