2010 Honda CR-V
60,412 Miles
$14,195

Rochester, NY
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2014 Honda CR-V
39,026 Miles
$17,195

Rochester, NY
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2009 Honda CR-V
104,569 Miles
$10,995

Rochester, NY
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2014 Honda CR-V
42,374 Miles
$20,995

Rochester, NY
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2015 Honda CR-V
25,105 Miles
$26,480

Reno, NV
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2016 Honda CR-V
8,062 Miles
$21,192

Hoover, AL
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2015 Honda CR-V
19,079 Miles
$27,995

Salem, OR
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2014 Honda CR-V
24,744 Miles
$22,222

Springfield, PA
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2014 Honda CR-V
43,203 Miles
$16,300

Davenport, FL
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2016 Honda CR-V
26 Miles
$25,995

Conshohocken, PA
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2014 Honda CR-V
8,003 Miles
$19,495

Conshohocken, PA
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2014 Honda CR-V
24,665 Miles
$19,995

Conshohocken, PA
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2014 Honda CR-V
41,402 Miles
$16,499

Prescott, AZ
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2014 Honda CR-V
43,457 Miles
$20,154

Manchester, NH
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2014 Honda CR-V
35,245 Miles
$20,543

Manchester, NH
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2013 Honda CR-V
80,542 Miles
$16,606

Manchester, NH
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2014 Honda CR-V
103,989 Miles
$15,316

Manchester, NH
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2014 Honda CR-V
36,177 Miles
$20,932

Manchester, NH
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2016 Honda CR-V
33 Miles
$24,218

Austin, TX
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2013 Honda CR-V
58,634 Miles
$18,995

Manchester, NH
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Honda CR-V Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.8
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.8
Maintenance
4.5

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Honda CR-V Owner Ratings & Reviews

2008 Honda CR-V - Great car for just what I need

Davidson, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
This is the first car that I have owned after driving several different family car models, and I have enjoyed its combination of comfort and practicality. It is quite roomy, good for myself as the driver and my friends who ride in the passenger's and back seats. The most useful feature has been the large trunk size, which I can expand by easily folding up the back seats. I have had to move several times in the past year, and I couldn't have done it without a car like this with a great amount of room for cargo. The car looks nice on the inside and out but can still handle all of the long distance driving I do. I especially like the quality of fabric lining the seats and interior space, a cloth-like fabric that stays somewhat cooler in the heat outside. There are only two features I find... (more)
Story
Many times I have enjoyed driving my friends to a late night drive thru and eating good food together. This car has been comfortable for fitting all of my friends, even in the middle seat.
Pros
My favorite feature of the vehicle is the style. It is black with a tan fabric interior, so it looks nice even when dirty and stays cool on the inside when parked in the summer heat because of the light interior color. I like the CD player and the auxiliary outlet so I can plug my iPod into the stereo system and listen to music.
Cons
There are only two features I find lacking in this model. First, it would be great if the model I have featured four wheel drive, but since I live in a relatively warm climate I don't have to worry too much about snow or other weather conditions that would make such a feature necessary. I also would prefer a faster acceleration capacity for highway driving, like that of a Toyota Rav-4 with a V6 engine that my parents drive.

2005 Honda CR-V - This Car Will Go Forever

Canton, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I love this car! I have had it since about 2010 and it has lasted me 5 years. I got it when it had 90,000 miles on it, and it now has 260,000 miles on and is still running. There were two recalls that came in the past two years for something with the airbags and something with the mechanism in the windows. I haven't had any issues with either, but Honda will repair the recalls for free. My version of the CRV has a table in the trunk. The amount of room that is in this car is amazing it can haul so much. I wish that mine had racks on it and I do wish it had 4 wheel drive so I could really push it to the limit! But overall this baby is a beast. It's got 260,000 miles on it and does not feel like it is going to give out anytime soon. I'm going to drive this thing into the ground. If you h... (more)
Story
I've moved 5 different times using this car all around Metro Atlanta and taking it to yard sales and antiquing and camping. This car can put up with a lot and is a lot of fun!
Pros
There is SOOOO much room, the table in the trunk is awesome for camping, and the fact that this thing never breaks down and you can put so many miles on it.
Cons
Not a big fan of the cloth seats, they get dirty easily. I wish mine had racks on the roof and four wheel drive and that is about it. Oh and tinted windows would help keep the car cool in the summer time.

2007 Honda CR-V - Solid mid-size ride

Dallas, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I was looking for something that I could tote some smaller pieces of wood working and equipment around in, as I am often finding myself in need of transporting materials. I didn't want another sedan, and a truck would have been too much on gas for my current tastes. The mid-size suv was the way to go for me, and the Honda CR-V seemed to fit the bill- and my wallet. It handles smoothly for an SUV, and I've never felt unsafe in the car. Overall, I'd say that it's going to be around for a while.
Story
Driving across Texas, it's so great to have the fresh air circulating with some good music and the sunroof top down.
Pros
It's definitely affordable for how long the car can last. With proper maintenance, I think this car will easily do 200k + miles in the long run. My current one is 8 years old now and hasn't needed any specific kind of work, other than the regular scheduled maintenance. The seats fold down and gives way to what seems like ample space. I bike, and the fact that I can fit my full-sized bike in the back and still seat five people is awesome! The console is helpful with the 3-d navigation and voice commands-which is more responsive than I'd anticipated it'd be. The sound quality of the stereo s... (more)
Cons
The anti-theft system can be a bit of a bugger. If the battery on the car dies out, the interior console with the navigation and stereo system will lock itself up and require a code from the manufacturer to restart. The car doesn't pick up and go like some would probably want, but this is a mid-sized SUV.