2005 Honda CR-V Overview


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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 24 reviews

Nice Looking And Low Maintenance. by Kris
 — I bought this car after having been without a car for over eight years. It handles very well and my experience has been better than posted gas mileage. It is quite comfortable, even on extended ... Read More
Tried And True by ElephantMovers
 — Orignal owners, it handles very well in all weather conditions, it is easy to get in and out of, accommodates passengers with physical problems such as back and hips. In the snow and ice it handled ... Read More
Not Bad For A Lesbian Mobile by Peter
 — Fly-by-wire accelerator - every car should have it. Provides great throttle control. Also grade control is excellent, another must have a for every auto. 5 speed auto also excellent. Great build quali... Read More

2005 Honda CR-V Overview

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Based on 24 reviews

2005 Honda CR-V

A few new and interesting items are added to the 2005 Honda CR-V. For safety, side airbags are added in the front, along with curtain side airbags in the back. For fun, the rear cargo floor can lift out to be used as a picnic table. Oh, and some minor exterior design work has been applied for a slight change of look.

Other new features include 16-inch wheels to replace the former 15-inchers and the automatic transmission now has five speeds. The 2.4-liter, 160-hp engine is still standard. And of course, we still have the side-opening tailgate with the spare tire mounted on the outside that allows for exceptional storage space, without sacrificing passenger comfort.

Prices in the extreme ranges go from $17,500 to $23,500. Consumer overall ratings for this vehicle average around 9.3 / 10.0, with the most impressive aspects being price, economy, comfort, storage and handling. With the added safety features, this may be one of the best buys on the market.


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Honda CR-V Questions


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How To Get Cd Changer To Accept Cd?

My 2005 CRV EX has a 6 CD changer. Recently all of the CDs were removed and now when I hit the CD/USB button, only USB shows on the display. If I hit LOAD, it turns green, I try and load a CD, but i...

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My '05 Cr-v Has Malfunction In Rear Window Defogger

on/off Switch lights up when pressed. Solenoid recently replaced, fuse good. Heated side mirrors get very warm, > 90 DegF. Have 12V power and ~0.7A at rear defogger leads. Terminals on glass at ...

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My '05 Cr-v Rear Windshield Wiper Is Acting Up.

When wiper is shut off it will not return to the stop so can't raise the hatch glass.

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Which 2 Bolts On The Knuckle Do You Remove From The Trail Arm So You Can Fr...

Both of my rear frame braces are rotten through and need to be replace. In order to get any kind of access to the inner 2 bolts i want to remove the left side axle. my book says to remove the 2 bolts ...

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