Would you buy the CR-V or the Escape

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Asked by Jul 23, 2012 at 09:26 PM about the Honda CR-V

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

CR-V is winning all the comparisons, but the Escape is newer.
http://www.hondasacuras.com/2012/07/cr-v-wins-best-compact-cuv-under-25000.html

5 Answers

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More of an opinion than answer but I would go with the Edge.Buy american.help the economy. Test dive them both and do your own comparison. but I would stand behind a ford anyday.

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My opinion? Escape.

25

"Buy" American. That's funny. Sorry, the Edge is an overweight turd.

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neither- get a GMC Terrain- better fuel economy and longer warranty and longer roadside assistance- great safety as a bonus.

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Working with the tow truck opperators that I know. They see far more Escapes than CRV. Escapes seem to have transmisson troubles.

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