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.
Loving This Car!
2013 Honda CR-VGail Christian - Huntsville, AL04/25/2016
After I got used to the handling (I downsized from a van, a bit heavier than the CR-V), I'm in love. Great handling on curves, great gas mileage, comfortable seating and leg room is wonderful. There's even decent leg room in the back seat for an average height person with a tall driver. I can see me owning this for a long, long time.
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.
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