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Old 01 Nov 2008, 12:31 pm
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Default Anyone on here own (or have owned) a Honda CRV?

What good things and bad things do you have to say about it?Also, if you could answer ANY of the following questions about it.1. How are they in snow?2. Is there a lot of space for loading up strollers, groceries, and camping supplies?3. How well does it handle the road?4. How well does it accelerate?
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Old 01 Nov 2008, 12:46 pm
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both 2 and 4 wheel drive are good in snow with good set of tiresthey have adequate room for stroller and grocery, not as good as odyssey van. roof rack is good option for bicycles and a cargo carrier.it handles nimble and predictableacceleration is a little sluggish. good reliable vehicle, nice looking and riding decent mpgs.
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how he nearly went bankrupt building a million dollar businesshttp://www.businessempiremag.com/about_bryan
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Old 01 Nov 2008, 01:31 pm
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my buddy had one and it rolled over to 800 000 kilometers and ran great.
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Old 01 Nov 2008, 01:46 pm
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I have had two Honda Accords. My daughter has a Honda CRV.We love them! They run good, on gas too! They have given us no problems (Knock on wood). They are roomy and comfortable inside.It handles the road great. They have a wider wheel base so they can turn easier, especially on a u-turn. They accelerate very smoothly.We have had many other cars in between but, we came back to the Honda, because we liked it best!As for the snow, we live in southern California! But I am sure it will handle the snow just as well.I have absolutely nothing negative to say about Honda cars!
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older crvs have cylinder head problems.newer crvs have a/c` problems
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Old 01 Nov 2008, 02:16 pm
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I currently own a 2006 CR-V, after a 2003 CR-V. I have to say it is a very safe car (after 2 accidents) and has good gas mileage, but is not a luxury car of anyone's dreams. I have in few cases driven in snow. If you are going to drive in snow, 4-wheel drive is a must. Alloy wheels will work in the snow. The back of the CR-V is amazingly large, and can even fir 50" plasma TVs with the rear seats folded. Handling is what you would expect of a SUV, not springy with wide turning angles. Acceleration is what you would expect from a 4-cylinder SUV, not fast but fast enough.
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