I was concerned over the automatic AWD feature and issues around tires and tire pressure or replacement tires.
With Audi's Subaru's and other 'AWD' smart systems, if you are 1 or 2 years into a set of tires and you get a flat, some shops insist that you replace all 4 to keep the exact same rolling radius and don't invoke the AWD because one or more tires is slightly different in overall dia.
I have steered away from Subaru's and the like for the reason that I don't want to shell our $450+ every time I blow 1 tire.
Is the CR-V the same?
Hi Dmatthe4, I would caution anyone purchasing a vehicle with AWD for just this reason. I've not found a vehicle with AWD that didn't have the problem you describe. Good luck!
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