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Average User Score
4.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 24 reviews
2005 Honda CR-V Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 24 reviews
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
Folding Drivers Side Wing Mirror
When I switch on the ignition the drivers side only folds out until it hits the windscreen I can stop this by pressing the fold in button but when I go to start the car it folds out again if I put i...
Crv Timing Chain?
Is there a problem with the Timing Chain/Belt on the Honda 2005 CRV?
What All Do Need To Add Fog Light To A 2005 Crv
Need Code For Radio
We are expats living in Panama and bought a used 2005 CR-V from a dealer. We have no idea who the original owner is. I tried to put the VIN and the radio serial # into the Honda website to get the cod...
Why Does My 2005 Honda Crv Die While Going Down A Hill Or At Any Other Give...
My 2005 Honda CRV will die in traffic, or going down a hill, or any other time for no apparent reason. One person said to let the engine warm up before you take off. Okay the temp gauge was sitting in...