2013 Honda CR-V
90,164 Miles
$16,888

Seattle, WA
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2015 Honda CR-V
26,433 Miles
$19,400

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2008 Honda CR-V
124,859 Miles
$10,300

Seattle, WA
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2009 Honda CR-V
44,233 Miles
$15,200

Seattle, WA
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2015 Honda CR-V
25,987 Miles
$19,900

Seattle, WA
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2016 Honda CR-V
53,278 Miles
$18,400

Seattle, WA
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2006 Honda CR-V
98,930 Miles
$9,000

Seattle, WA
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2016 Honda CR-V
28,817 Miles
$27,200

Seattle, WA
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2003 Honda CR-V
185,530 Miles
$5,988

Seattle, WA
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2001 Honda CR-V
153,001 Miles
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2013 Honda CR-V
31,120 Miles
$14,999

Seattle, WA
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2005 Honda CR-V
156,035 Miles
$6,900

Seattle, WA
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2011 Honda CR-V
152,327 Miles
$8,900

Seattle, WA
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2002 Honda CR-V
145,594 Miles
$5,900

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2003 Honda CR-V
117,711 Miles
$7,900

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2003 Honda CR-V
155,035 Miles
$6,900

Seattle, WA
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2010 Honda CR-V
59,400 Miles
$15,498

Bellevue, WA
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2013 Honda CR-V
68,329 Miles
$14,995

Seattle, WA
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2009 Honda CR-V
156,659 Miles
$8,997

Seattle, WA
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2015 Honda CR-V
75,716 Miles
$18,388

Seattle, WA
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Seattle, WA 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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2008 Honda CR-V - Honda CR-V review

Jaclyn
Seattle, Washington
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The Honda CR-V is a very average car. The look from the outside of the vehicle is very average. Once inside the vehicle, you will see that there is a lot of window to look out of, giving the driver great visibility while driving. The leather seats are somewhat comfortable, and most of the interior is black. The backseats have the ability to be pushed down in order to make room for larger objects one may want to put into there. The sound in the vehicle is also average and gets progressively worse the louder the volume is set to.
Story
Driving around in the snow for the first time, ended up loosing control and sliding down a hill (late at night) and luckily didn't hit anything. Was scary at the time but a fun experience in retrospect.
Pros
The vehicle has four-wheel drive. Had a good fuel economy. Can fit up to 5 people. Plenty of room in the back to transport larger items for recreation. Seat warmers.
Cons
Poorly insulated, it is very noisy while driving. At times shakes while stopped at red lights. Poor acceleration.

1997 Honda CR-V - Still the Worst

Becky
Pullman, Washington
Overall
2.0
Value
1.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
I purchased my 1997 Honda CRV "as is" from a used dealership in 2011 after my Toyota was totaled. I should have known it was not well-taken care of when I purchased it by looking at the worn tires and broken side mirror. But, a friend of mine owned a similar Honda CRV and I really liked how that one ran. So, I was quite hopeful that this one would be just as good. After pouring thousands of dollars into repairs to keep it going, the engine block finally cracked in 2015 and I gleefully traded it in for a much better vehicle.
Story
I owned a Toyota Corolla before I purchased this Honda. I moved to a more wintery location and my poor Toyota would always get stuck in the snow. The first winter that rolled around with the Honda, I never got stuck again as the chassis was much higher off the ground.
Pros
This was my first small SUV. I really liked how upright the seats were with it, I felt like I could easily scan around and see other vehicles really well. It also had enough room in the back for storing luggage, groceries, and anything else I needed to haul around. I could easily fit lumber from the front to the back as well. The real-time all-wheel drive, while it worked, was amazing on snow and ice.
Cons
Despite the good things about it, there were also a lot of bad things with the Honda CRV. It could be a fluke with the one I had, and it could also be the age of it. But it needed thousands of dollars in extensive repairs: tires, engine, brakes, all-wheel drive, transmission, and especially the drive line and suspension. This was the biggest bummer thinking about when I owned it, all the debt it put me in. I was glad to finally be in a position to buy a newer vehicle when the engine finally cracked and the coolant lines kept leaking.

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2007 Honda CR-V - Honda Of Seattle

Cherry
Seattle, Washington
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
I really wanted to buy a Honda CR-V that too a sky colored one. I was searching for the best ones for few days online. I located the one that satisfied all my needs in Honda Seattle and I instantly headed over there. The car was in a very good condition and I decided to go for a test drive. I got a very good deal approved and I bought the car instantly. It was a very good and a quick buying experience. I bought home my dream car that day itself.