2016 Honda CR-V
59,160 Miles | Evansville, IN
$17,900
Est $258/mo

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2005 Honda CR-V
171,727 Miles | Evansville, IN
$5,490
Est $79/mo

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2013 Honda CR-V
78,168 Miles | Evansville, IN
$16,795
Est $242/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
31,687 Miles | Boonville, IN
$19,990
Est $288/mo

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2007 Honda CR-V
143,149 Miles | Mt. Carmel, IL
$6,200
Est $89/mo

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2018 Honda CR-V
15,535 Miles | Jasper, IN
$31,810
Est $459/mo

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2015 Honda CR-V
85,109 Miles | Jasper, IN
$15,422
Est $222/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$19,800
Est $285/mo

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2009 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$13,000
Est $187/mo

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2014 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$15,900
Est $229/mo

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2015 Honda CR-V
| Hartford, CT
$18,800
Est $271/mo

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2017 Honda CR-V
| Houston, TX
$26,600
Est $383/mo

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2017 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$23,700
Est $342/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$17,100
Est $246/mo

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2012 Honda CR-V
| Tolleson, NC
$15,000
Est $216/mo

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2018 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$26,900
Est $388/mo

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2017 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$26,300
Est $379/mo

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2014 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$16,000
Est $231/mo

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2014 Honda CR-V
| Charlotte, NC
$19,900
Est $287/mo

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2016 Honda CR-V
| Winder, NC
$18,500
Est $267/mo

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Evansville, IN 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

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1997 Honda CR-V - Glory days are gone

Hector
West Lafayette, Indiana
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
This has been a really good car, but after four teenagers drove it, it's showing its age. I would gladly get another CRV, but after four years of ownership of my current vehicle, it's clearly not going to last much longer. My 1997 Honda CRV has been used actively for more than a decade. It's definitely a good car and will last you for a long time if it's in good condition, but it's not a great car. It's probably a car that's best for college students or new drives.
Story
It's not fun, but it was definitely memorable. Just after I got this car, I went for a drive on a highway when it was snow and sleeting super hard. I had horrible visibility as my wind-shield wipers got caked in ice. I ended up hitting a patch of ice, swerving, doing a doughnut and sliding off the highway onto the shoulder. The car's brakes kept me on the shoulder and not in the ditch, and onc... (more)
Pros
This car is fairly cheap, as it's already a 21-year-old car, which means that it's good for drivers who don't drive a lot or new, inexperienced drivers. It handles well, and it's really easy to navigate in tight spaces and on sharp turns. The pedals are super responsive, and it's very enjoyable to drive for long stretches as the seats are actually pretty comfortable.
Cons
This cars greatest weakness, in my opinion, is its fuel economy. Back when I first started driving this car, I'd only have to fill it up once every 400-500 miles, but now, five years later, it's definitely showing its age. I'm lucky if I can get it above 350 miles per take. The other big issue, and granted this may have been an issue with my mechanic, the muffler on these can go bad really easily, and replacing them can be difficult.

2012 Honda CR-V - Best family car I've ever owned.

Mallory
Eaton, Indiana
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
Before owning the CRV, we had a tiny car. It was me, my husband, and my daughter who used the car, so we really needed something bigger than what we had. So we decided to look around for a CRV, since that was the car I really wanted. When I first climbed into the passenger seat, I was surprised at just how much room there actually was. I knew it was going to be bigger than our current car, but it was bigger on the inside than I had imagined. There wasn't anything that I disliked about it at the time, even being a used car. It was a very stylish car that had enough space for three people, groceries, a baby seat and a million baby toys. It wasn't a car I was embarrassed about driving. In fact, I wouldn't trade it in for any other vehicle.
Story
One time my husband and I had to make a two-hour trip from Indiana to Ohio. We loaded up the GPS with the address and headed out in the CRV. On the way, our GPS took us to an empty back road and then cut out on us. We were totally lost. I don't know if I would call it fun but very memorable.
Pros
The pros to the CRV are safety and space. Having a family to think about, I need to make sure that anything we get is safe, and the CRV feels like it could handle itself in any dangerous situation. I've never had a situation where I could actually test this out, but it feels like a sturdy vehicle. It has plenty of safety features (like air bag and anti theft devices.) As I stated in the review, it is a spacious car.
Cons
It looks smaller on the outside, I didn't care for the paint, and it feels like it needs maintenance more often than our smaller car. I know that the first two are purely cosmetic cons, but outside of the maintenance issue, there really aren't any cons to this vehicle. It was also a pretty standard vehicle, so there are no added extras that can be labeled as pros or cons.

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