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2016 Honda CR-V OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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Yorba Linda, California
I like how this vehicle looks and the range of colors to choose from. The interior is spacious in the front, and I like the way the dashboard is set up. Everything is easy to see on the dashboard and easy to understand. You can navigate the screen on the dashboard from your steering wheel, which is convenient. I don't like the Bluetooth set up. It doesn't always connect right away, and we are left sitting there for a few minutes, before leaving somewhere, to try and get the music synched from our phones, to the Bluetooth on the car, which is frustrating. I usually end up just switching to the radio. Even if we do get the Bluetooth connected, sometimes it stops working or if someone calls, it's a pain to try and figure out how to get that person on the speaker phone. The car performs well, it picks up great on the freeway but it definitely sucks gas. I do think this car should be able to fit 3 car seats across the backseat without problems but it was a big problem when our third child came.
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Gas mileage is the real deal. Getting easily over 30 mpg combined city/highway. We keep it in the economy mode all the time, which doesn't have any zip at all. Ride is very comfortable. Visibility is OK. Radio is just OK quality. Might want to upgrade this if sound quality matters. Fantastic turn radius. Very comfortable seating in the front and back. Cargo area is roomy. We bought the EX-L CRV 2018 a few months ago after selling our Prius. When first looking at SUVs we narrowed down the field to the Toyota Rav4, the CRV and the Subaru Forester. Since my husband has recently been diagnosed with Parkinson's and both of us are turning 70, we were looking for features that will benefit us in the future. The CRV was the only one offering the features we wanted such as settings for driver's seat and outside mirrors. It was the only one of the three to offer the mirror setting as well as the seat. It also had the easiest to read digital speedometer. The Rav4 did not even have a digital speedometer available on any of its models. And don't forget Apple Car Play! Love it. Add in the auto-opening trunk lift, easy to enter height of the car, leather seats, roomy interior, cruise control that almost allows the car to drive itself. And now for the cons: gas mileage is just okay. We get about 27 mpg in the city. Horrible sounding engine! Sounds like a sick lawn mower. I do not drive like a 90 year old and so have to take off ECON in order to get the thing going from a complete stop. Otherwise, so glad we purchased the CRV.