2002 Honda CR-V
167,539 Miles
$7,999

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2002 Honda CR-V
156,120 Miles
$6,000

Chattanooga, TN
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2002 Honda CR-V
161,116 Miles
$4,900

Omaha, NE
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2002 Honda CR-V
101,738 Miles
$8,995

Cathedral City, CA
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2002 Honda CR-V
116,358 Miles
$5,994

Harrisburg, PA
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2002 Honda CR-V
79,975 Miles
$6,994

Mt. Sterling, KY
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2002 Honda CR-V
106,054 Miles
$8,950

Auburn, WA
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2002 Honda CR-V
217,046 Miles
$3,988

Houston, TX
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2002 Honda CR-V
162,317 Miles
$5,499

Albuquerque, NM
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2002 Honda CR-V
156,602 Miles
$4,588

Highland Park, IL
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2002 Honda CR-V
128,591 Miles
$5,434

Libertyville, IL
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2002 Honda CR-V
144,387 Miles
$5,995

Pennsburg, PA
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2002 Honda CR-V
211,153 Miles
$3,949

Johnson Creek, WI
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2002 Honda CR-V
98,370 Miles
$7,995

High Point, NC
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2002 Honda CR-V
120,404 Miles
$5,990

Spring City, PA
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2002 Honda CR-V
171,517 Miles
$5,750

Denver, CO
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2002 Honda CR-V
61,928 Miles
$8,695

Hyannis, MA
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122,202 Miles
$6,991

San Diego, CA
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215,311 Miles
$3,900

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2002 Honda CR-V Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.5
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
4.5

2002 Honda CR-V Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2002 Honda CR-V - Dependable and cheap to run

SL
Atlanta, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I specially like the fact that my car is a four wheel drive which allows me to drive off road since I usually spend a good portion of my holidays going to different national and regional parks for hiking and camping. I also really like the fact that my car is very dependable and at the same time cheap to fix. As far as driving goes I am not an aggressive driver therefore I don't mind the fact that the car does not provide a sporty handling but in the contrary I love the driving position and how the car responds. I also find the cruise control in my car very good specially when I compare it to other cars I have driven which usually are not able to hold the speed steady when going up or down a hill. The only issue that I don't like about my car is the fuel consumption which I would prefe... (more)
Story
I used the car to go camping with my friends and once we got to our campgrounds realized that we forgot our table but after a few minuets I remembered that the bottom of my trunk can be used as a table and we were able to use that instead.
Pros
1-Dependability 2- Cheap to run 3-Good driving position
Cons
1-Low fuel mileage

2002 Honda CR-V - Great car that can handle a lot

Collin
Hermantown, Minnesota
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I really like this car. It can deliver both comfort and power. My car has a 6 speed manual transmission along with a tow package which is useful if you need to hook up a trailer or pull a boat. I really enjoy that the ride is smooth and that it has a high clearance which is ideal in the winter season getting around in snow. I also like that it has the ability to be an all wheel drive vehicle. I dislike the quality control in the car as I do have certain areas where the carpet trim is slowly coming apart from the door walls. I would say that the car performs very well, it has decent pickup for a 4 cylinder engine and it does not have much road noise.
Story
I was driving the backroads of a small town in north west Wisconsin, when I came upon a road that was completely made out of sand. Not only was the road sand but you could tell it had about 4 inches of loose sand all across the road. Naturally, having a stick shift Honda CR-V I put it in first and popped the clutch and tried to spin my all wheel drive Cr-V. It was very fun but I was not succes... (more)
Pros
The most positive aspects of the car are that it has enough space to fit 5 grown adults with room for luggage. I do enjoy the gas mileage of the car; it gets around twenty five miles to the gallon on the highway and around twenty miles to the gallon driving in the city. The spare tire is actually on the back side of the trunk on the outside of the car. This allows for extra trunk space as well as an actual picnic table that folds out. This is a very cool feature. I would say I also enjoy that it has arm rests and the center console table folds down to allow for extra storage space. Another... (more)
Cons
There are a couple negative features about the vehicle. The first is that it is two wheel drive all the time unless the car senses you are slipping in which all wheel drive kicks in. I would rather have it be all wheel drive all the time. You have to be careful when opening the trunk - after a few years it does not like to stay open on its own and will swing back at you slowly. The trunk design is very awkward, it swings open and closed versus having to lift the trunk and have it be above your head. I am not a big fan of the design layout for the alternator. I have had to replace the alter... (more)

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