2010 Honda CR-VJudy Duke - Georgetown, TX11/04/2015
It has plenty of room, is comfortable on long trips, good mileage, etc. The only think I don't like is that it will automatically lock all doors once you reach 4 or 5 miles per hour, which is fine, but it doesn't unlock them once you park and turn off the engine. If you forget, and try to get something out of the back or passenger side, you have to go back and unlock it. Other than that, it's great and I love it!
Some idiosyncrasies, but great car for the price!
2010 Honda CR-VJoseph Trytten - New Orleans, LA07/06/2016
Great car overall. It hauls a lot of cargo and passengers comfortably, and is ergonomically designed. It also has a solid sound system and the MPG isn't bad for its class. Biggest complaints are poor visibility, rough ride, and slow acceleration. But it is after all a Honda, not a Cadillac. So it's designed to be an inexpensive, reliable, and pleasant car to drive. And that is a job that it does exceedingly well.
Best car I've purchased to date
2012 Honda CR-VDoc Woolf - Boise, ID06/01/2017
Love, love, love this car. Perfect size for what I need. Averaging almost 700+ miles a week. This car is a gas sipper, plenty of room inside even for long road trips. I've toured with my three piece band in this and even with all our gear we still have plenty of room.
So you’re considering a Honda Accord as your next car. It’s a good choice—the Accord is very highly-regarded in any of its available variants. Plus, it combines good gas mileage with lively performance and plenty of interior space. For those who enjoy the experience of driving, Accords are known for their firm ride, good handling, and responsive steering.
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Published on Tuesday, October 9, 2018
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