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Old 17 May 2007, 11:16 pm
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Default CRV 4cyl auto

I'm interested in the older CRV's (mid 90's) especially the 2wd
automatics and have a few Questions. Do the back seats fold flat and
is there enough room in there to throw down a sleeping bag and sleep
comfortably for the night? (I'm 5'11")
I'd be buying this vehicle and traveling in it and I'm thinking it would
get around 30mpg highway @ a steady 65mph but please correct me if I'm
wrong. How are they as a daily driver and around town? Are they fun
and enjoyable to drive? < I've been driving early 90's Mitsu
eclipses for the past 10 years so even this compact suv would be quite a
change but for traveling and sleeping in, light off road use, fuel
economy, and reliability -- well I was thinking it might be a nice
change >

BTW, does anyone know what the epa figures on the mid 90's CRV's are on
the 2wd a/t's?

Thanks for your help

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Old 18 May 2007, 01:17 pm
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thegregathome@webtv.net wrote:
> I'm interested in the older CRV's (mid 90's) especially the 2wd
> automatics and have a few Questions. Do the back seats fold flat and
> is there enough room in there to throw down a sleeping bag and sleep
> comfortably for the night? (I'm 5'11")
> I'd be buying this vehicle and traveling in it and I'm thinking it would
> get around 30mpg highway @ a steady 65mph but please correct me if I'm
> wrong. How are they as a daily driver and around town? Are they fun
> and enjoyable to drive? < I've been driving early 90's Mitsu
> eclipses for the past 10 years so even this compact suv would be quite a
> change but for traveling and sleeping in, light off road use, fuel
> economy, and reliability -- well I was thinking it might be a nice
> change >
>
> BTW, does anyone know what the epa figures on the mid 90's CRV's are on
> the 2wd a/t's?
>
> Thanks for your help
>

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Depending on what country you're in, the '97 wasn't available with the
premium rear seats that 'cocked' up so they could lay flat. That would
be a '98+ in the fancier model (alloys were standard on the fancier
one). '99+ had the more powerful engine too, so you probably don't want
a '97.

'Curly'
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