2016 Honda CR-V
21,070 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$17,795
Est $256/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
40,842 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$16,990
Est $245/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
31,138 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$22,990
Est $331/mo

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2017 Honda CR-V
62,315 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$17,990
Est $259/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
26,529 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$19,490
Est $281/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
37,380 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$17,990
Est $259/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
47,055 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$19,192
Est $277/mo

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2007 Honda CR-V
136,552 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
Accepting Offers
Est $0/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
38,568 Miles | National City, CA
$22,500
Est $324/mo

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2013 Honda CR-V
75,293 Miles | National City, CA
Accepting Offers
Est $0/mo

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2017 Honda CR-V
14,648 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$29,115
Est $420/mo

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2013 Honda CR-V
81,399 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$18,079
Est $261/mo

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2014 Honda CR-V
31,394 Miles | Chula Vista, CA
$17,495
Est $252/mo

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2015 Honda CR-V
70,105 Miles | National City, CA
$15,995
Est $231/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
38,381 Miles | National City, CA
$17,444
Est $251/mo

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2018 Honda CR-V
19,560 Miles | National City, CA
$22,977
Est $331/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
41,842 Miles | National City, CA
$17,500
Est $252/mo

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2013 Honda CR-V
131,456 Miles | National City, CA
$13,900
Est $200/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
55,268 Miles | National City, CA
$18,900
Est $272/mo

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2017 Honda CR-V
89,095 Miles | National City, CA
$18,900
Est $272/mo

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Chula Vista, CA Honda CR-V Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.4
Performance
3.7
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.9
Reliability
4.5
Top Dealers In Chula Vista, CA
  1. Rusnak Arcadia
  2. Valley Hi Honda Victorville

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1997 Honda CR-V - Honda reliability, Jeep performance.

CR-V Owner
Bear Valley Springs, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
First off, this is an economy car. It is plastic and cloth inside, but the bulletproof drivetrain and amazingly usable interior set it far above similar SUVs. Many don’t realize, this first generation is almost entirely a Honda Civic drivetrain, raised 5 inches off the ground.
Story
One wintry day, there was a bit of an ice storm, and the roads in our valley were getting very slick. While driving home, I rolled up to an F150 off the road. I offered the driver a ride and we pulled away. Not a half mile ahead was a suburban, same thing, slid off the road. One more passenger. 3 miles further and there was another full size pickup. Two more squeezed in the back seat. I droppe... (more)
Pros
The CRV ground clearance has allowed us to climb through snow drifts, and scale the occasional curb. The fold down rear seats allowed me to move two bales of alfalfa (fortunately, wrapped in a tarp). The peppy little engine gets us up trails and around town, while still pulling off 24 mpg. One aspect I absolutely love about this little ride, when one of the front ball joints was going bad I opted to replace them all. Since it’s mostly a Civic underneath, I was able to swap everything with “race” rated parts for 1/3 the price of Honda components. Still going strong 5 years on and this littl... (more)
Cons
All said, I must admit, this is very much an economy car. It isn't going to win any races, and while you will be as tall as most of the trucks, you will definitely still be smaller.

2016 Honda CR-V - Economically

SAM
Livermore, California
Overall
5.0
Value
1.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
In a hot market for SUVs, Honda revealed the redesign of its popular compact CR-V crossover, giving it more aggressive looks, better aerodynamics, and more power.
Pros
Normally, the arrival of a Special Edition in one of Honda’s product lineups signals an imminent redesign. Given that the 2016 CR-V’s engineering and design date to the 2012 model year, it is a good bet that a new 2017 CR-V is in the works. You don’t need to wait. Go ahead and get a 2016, because this is a terrific compact crossover SUV. In particular, the new CR-V Special Edition is an absolute bargain, a simple, visually appealing, practical crossover that will likely last forever if you treat it right. Choosing this version of the CR-V represents a smart financial decision, too. Very co... (more)
Cons
While the Special Edition is impressive for its undeniable value, it lacks two things modern consumers want. First, it does not come with Honda’s touchscreen infotainment system, which provides access to HondaLink connected services and a navigation system. Notably, all CR-vs. have Bluetooth with streaming audio capability, access to Pandora Internet radio, a USB connection, and text-messaging support. I think the instrument panel is a bit plain.

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2006 Honda Element - Rusnak Arcadia

VW
Arcadia, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
4.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
They provide professional service and are located in a convenient and easy to access location. They provide loan cars if you need to come in for the shop. The business is clean and organized and they have a large selection of vehicles to choose from.

2005 Honda Accord - Valley Hi Honda Victorville

Jeff
Victorville, California
Overall
4.0
Facility
3.0
Process
3.0
Quality
4.0
Service
4.0
There wasn't a lot of hassle in the buying process. I didn't feel pressured into anything. I toured the lot, test drove what I felt like test driving, and made the decision. There was very little pressure.