2004 Honda CR-V User Reviews

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    2004 Honda CR-V LXReview
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    Super Reliable Vehicle — We have own this vehicle for a while. Used to be my wife's daily driver until I got her e newer vehicle. The car is so good that we decided to keep it. The engine on this vehicle it is strong and real reliable. We just had done minor tear and wear thing to the vehicle. It has 177K miles and still strong. I used the vehicle now to run arons and when family comes and visit is the house loaner. We planning to keep it for a while, no plans on selling it yet.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Reliability, cargo space. Stable handling.

    Cons: Not 4x4 SUV. Limited off road.

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    Honda Cr-v — Excellent vehicle. Great for getting the family around yet nice on the highway. Lots of pep when you need it, but the engine is designed to run at too high an rpm at highway speeds. Fuel economy is okay, but not great. Have had no problems with this vehicle in the two plus years I have owned it. If you are looking for a vehicle to navigate safely in the winter, this is a good one. It has great traction with the AWD and you never feel out of control. All in all, I would rate this vehicle an 8 out of 10 and would definately recommend it.

    Owner for 2 years, 1 months

    Miles Driven per Year:17,000

    Pros: So good I bought a new one

    Cons: Gas mileage on this vehicle was not very good

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    Best Of The Mid-size Suv's Here In Australia - By Far —

    Well, after 2 months of research and trolling the dealerships, the choice came down to Forester, Outlander, RAV4 or Honda CR-V. RAV4 - actually didn't test drive this one - I was very cramped behind the wheel with the seat fully back, and couldn't even fit in the back - too small. We were after something a bit bigger than a medium sedan/hatch, but not a serious off-roader truck like a Patrol, Paj, disco or ‘Cruiser. Needed something auto with AWD and good storage for size – something the missus would like to drive. Having driven all 3 of the above remaining medium SUV’s, came up with the following: All have similar engine size, and outputs. Mitsu the thirstiest, heaviest and least internal space for both drivers, passengers and cargo – would be fine for sub-6-footers with small kids, but not for us (I'm 6'5"/195cm) Subie – lovely driver, but narrow cabin and poor rear-seat space. Most “car-like” to drive and lovely smooth engine. Most torque. But kickdown from autobox poor. Honda – what can I say? Got into it and everything just felt “right” – highest, widest, roomiest and internally the best design, IMHO. Very zippy with the i-VTEC engine and more than enough grunt (in a car) for me. Handling is terrific and when I first drove in wet and greasy conditions, it never felt like getting out of shape (I did do some pretty heavy accelerating and braking to test engine, ‘box and brakes). Sweet and tight as a drum. Cargo area massive, compared with Forester and Outlander - rear seat space the best by far, and the way the rears fold down, then forward, means HY-UUUGE capacity for something this size. Best econ of the three as well. We all know about Honda and reliability as well now don’t we? This one, even though used, will still come with a Honda-backed 3yr warranty, and it’s a local car with full service history (by the dealer who sold it new). Peace of mind. The missus liked it best too, with the kicker that under the cargo-area carpet, and covering another recessed storage-well is a large flat piece of molded plastic, that when you lift out, realise is actually a folding picnic table! How smart is that? Plus, when I showed the missus how the rear seats folded down, then forward, her first comment was: “You could sleep in there! Let’s go camping!” w00t! After having driven both the Forester and CR-V together, it was her pick as well and I graciously got the thumbs up to go ahead with purchase. Happy chappy and they even took my 19yr old Saab as a trade, with a decent price.

    Pros: Quality and interior space

    Cons: Nothing yet

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    I love the build quality, which you expect coming from Honda. The overall handling, acceleration, and road noise was improved from the last 3 Honda CRV I have owned. This Honda has been the best I'v... Read More

    2014 Honda CR-V Reviews

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    2013 Honda CR-V Reviews

    Well Built Car If Not A Little Expensive For The Ex-l Trim By jessed75

    Nice car overall. Honda generally doesn't go on the cheap for anything, but you do pay for it. Maybe I just got ripped off by my dealer, because I saw my same car elsewhere for $2000 less a few mont... Read More

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    2012 Honda CR-V Reviews

    Love My Car By boydc

    Love my Cr-v, there is no way i would have chosen another car even if i could go back and buy all over again. I try to take good care of it and keep it looking great at all times! Read More

    What I Expect From A Honda. By MichaelOrch12

    This new design is much more refined , has Bluetooth , Navigation and rear camera. I hope it will be as reliable as the 2006 we are selling. Long term we shall see how the Electronics hold up. It is n... Read More

    2011 Honda CR-V Reviews

    Classic Design, Reliable Engine And Cost Effective By vijaygadiraju

    It always hold its value and very less maintenance. I never had issues with the car and Honda makes are always reliable. Great built and good 4 wheel drive that helped me drive in any weather conditio... Read More

    Honda Crv-lx By gopi87

    Build quality is great, Reliability is amazing, Maintenance is low and gas mileage is about 23 mpg with 50/50 city and highway driving. Perfect buy if you are in need of a family car and handles g... Read More

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