A very solid car! Driving conservatively, I get up to 37 MPG on the highway. I always average around 31 MPG. It's fun to drive, has a smooth and quiet ride, and very efficient. I am hoping to travel with my career in a few years, and I know I will buy my lease out and keep it forever!
Enjoying our Honda CR-V!
2011 Honda CR-VCandice - Rockville, MD10/19/2014
+ Has 4WD
+ Good handling
+ Honda reliability & servicing
+ Comfy & roomy interior
+ Nice blue color
+ Decent gas mileage
+ Folding seats for more flexibility
+ Not huge size but high seating/visibility
- Rear visibility in each corner not great
- Lock/unlock process confusing
- Only 1-speed for using front wipers on Interval
- No pockets on back of front seats for map atlas
Great car, great price!!
2013 Honda CR-VRachel Schoenung - San Diego, CA11/03/2015
The Honda CR-V handles itself really well when driving, you don't feel like you're in a huge suv, but you feel the safety-ness of a big suv. It's extremely comfortable, easy to lower the back seats down with a flick of a switch.. And who can beat having a DVD player in the car? I was a little nervous about the leather seats, but surprisingly they never get hot in the summer.
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