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2011 Honda CR-V Buyer's Guide

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

2011 Honda CR-V Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 Honda CR-V - Great for college or even starting a family

Christine
Centreville, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
This is my second CRV. The first I had in college and this one has seen me get married and have two kids. It has done it all from moving multiple times to bringing my babies home from the hospital. With 4WD, I have never had to worry in the snowy/icy winters of Virginia or the torrential rains I now face in Georgia. It has plenty of space with the back seats down to haul anything you need. I can fit two backward facing car seats in the back and have leg room for me at 5'7", but my husband is a bit cramped at 6'2". Once the car seat is forward facing behind him, there is no problem with leg room. Reliability is key for me and this car comes through every time. No major issues to report.
Story
When we were living in VA we had a mountain cabin for a weekend. It was a bad dirt road up a steep hill to get there. My father-in-law's car couldn't make it after multiple tries and bottoming out a few times. Slow and steady the CRV climbed that hill without a problem.
Pros
The top two reasons I bought a CRV the first time and returned a few years later are: 1) The AWD or 4WD has meant that in most weather and road conditions I don't have to worry. This car can handle rain, ice, and bumpy dirt roads without a problem. 2) The turning radius. I can park anywhere, make U turns that other sedans can't, and parallel park with ease. Now I have to add cargo room to my list of positives. I can keep an umbrella stroller in my car at all times without having to worry about having room for the groceries or sports equipment. With two small kids, cargo room is of th... (more)
Cons
The seats are not comfortable for long car rides. We regularly have to travel six hours to see family, and after a couple hours our rear ends are asleep. We bought foam seat cushions to combat this issue on long car rides. The only other issue on long rides is the road noise. It is not quite as quiet as other cars that I have driven.

2011 Honda CR-V -

CR-V Owner
Irving, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I like it is roomy and versatile interior. Inside, the CR-V offers ample cargo space and lots of interior cubbies for families on the go. In fact, the CR-V won our 2011 Best Affordable Compact SUVs for Families award because of its overall family-friendliness. The 2011 CR-V is powered by a 180-horsepower four-cylinder engine, which was the source of most reviewer complaints. Most said it feels under powered, and many grumbled about the lack of a more powerful engine option, which many competitors offer. However, the CR-V does get fairly good fuel economy, though it’s not class-leading. Front-wheel drive models achieve 21/28 mpg city/highway, while all-wheel drive variants get 21/27 mpg. high-quality interior and most said the seats offered plenty of comfort and space for up to five peo... (more)
Story
I don't have any specific fun stories but we used to go trips with this car. It was the first nice car I had ever owned and it satisfied two of the three criteria I had to have when I bought it (Manual, Turbo, Convertible). I absolutely loved it for that year, but it really came into its own during this time. Whenever I felt emotional, abandoned, or just plain down; I left home, dropped the to... (more)
Pros
The 2011 Honda CR-V has a spacious interior and a comfortable ride. Comfortable, high-quality interior. Ample cargo space.
Cons
Lone engine choice is under powered. Its main drawback is that its engine isn’t all that powerful, but otherwise, reviewers had a hard time finding anything to complain about in the CR-V.

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