Navigation is quite simply, horrible. Performance was, at best, middling. Sound system in mine was just passable, not exceptional by any means. If the engine's warmed up, it's unusual for the sound to occur. I am so upset that this has happened to me. Considering this, some shoppers who often carry lots of cargo or who desire more power might want to consider other highly regarded small crossovers like the , , Subaru Forester and freshly redesigned. Considering this, some shoppers who often carry lots of cargo or who desire more power might want to consider other highly regarded small crossovers like the , , Subaru Forester and freshly redesigned.
Windows not being defrosted - safety issue. Wife was accident free 50+ years, she is short about 5 foot, drives with right foot only. This should be fixed no-charge as it is a safety issue. A service manager captured it on video and said there was not any effect to the vehicle. These incremental changes return likewise incremental performance benefits. I thought the battery had died out, which I believe the battery shouldn't last for less than 2 years.
Seating position and comfort was quite good overall. It's taken me a bit to get used to the smaller size but I'm really liking how easy it is to judge and drive this car. Could not be happier with it. And dealerships when called didn't hear about any of those issues. The topper is that after 2000+ miles, I get over 28 mpg in heavily mixed driving. I only made routine maintenance on the vehicle since I purchased it.
Everyone loves a crv, right? The ratio spread provided from a six-speed transmission would seem a better solution, one some competitors are already using. Only upgrading to get more luxury feature. If you read something else in car reviews then this is probably because those professional test-drivers had a brand-new engine that was as sluggish as mine in the beginning. Honda knows of this problem bulletin:09-010. Weight has been shed in small amounts everywhere, adding up to an 139-pound decrease relative to its predecessor. There is always wet oil residue under my splash guard which could be a potential fire hazard. Occurs on all types of road conditions but is very pronounced when driving on a flat surface.
Online, it appears that it's a common issue with the 2. It typically occurs when the vehicle shifts automatic transmission between the 1st and 2nd gears. There are multiple other problems with this car. My problem is that my warrinty may now expire and a recall could not ever be issued. I am a senior citizen who has had a lot of different cars and this is one of my most favorite. Their mechanic identified it as the vtc actuator. Controls are logically laid out and attractive to look at.
Thankfully, rear legroom isn't sacrificed, since the current seat offers as much space for lower limbs in its new fixed position as the old seat did when moved all the way back. Could not be happier with it. It had pep, was easy to drive, and had ample legroom in the front and rear. It's fine in a straight line, but not so much in the twisties. Dropping the rear seat to access that space takes one hand: Pull the strap and the bottom flips forward and the seatback drops, giving access to the rear cargo area. While Honda has added more sound-deadening material, engine noise still rings through the cabin during sustained heavy-throttle applications, as in the aforementioned on-ramp experience.
It stops when easing up on the gas pedal. Within the cabin, legroom is unchanged and cargo capacity sees a slight increase. Highlights include a longer standard features list, restyled sheet metal, an upgraded cabin and better fuel economy. Vehicle has currently approximately 30K miles and Honda part 44500-T0A-A00 was replaced under warranty 3 times. Only upgrading to get more luxury feature.
I bought the car knowing this was an issue, and though it made the noise pretty much every first start of the day, it was never a problem for the reliability of the car, which I owned for 3 years. Highway can average 32 with the 2. I bought the car knowing this was an issue, and though it made the noise pretty much every first start of the day, it was never a problem for the reliability of the car, which I owned for 3 years. If the engine's warmed up, it's unusual for the sound to occur. Also, ride quality is smoother, thanks to changes in suspension calibration. The latter sends power to the front wheels exclusively until slippage is detected, at which point power is sent to the wheels with the most traction.
I went from a 7-passenger Acadia to this and I personally like the ease of the drive. It is a bit quieter and I like the exterior styling improvements - 2008 looked like it had an over-bite. Another issue radio, bluetooth keeps turning off. Begins when accelerating from a stopped position all the way up until car reaches about 40-45 miles per hour. Versatility is also enhanced this year with a new folding mechanism for the rear seats that's easier and quicker to use. Both will agree to avoid the green Econ button.
And for how long repeat the same repair? Highlights include a longer standard features list, restyled sheet metal, an upgraded cabin and better fuel economy. Versatility is also enhanced this year with a new folding mechanism for the rear seats that's easier and quicker to use. It's fine in a straight line, but not so much in the twisties. Why can't a larger, single screen do everything? I only made routine maintenance on the vehicle since I purchased it. It sounds like a starter motor grinding, but it's a harmless though nasty weird mechanical rattttaaaatttttaaaattt, which lasts from 1 to 3 seconds or so, especially if it's very cold, like less than 50 degrees ambient temperature.