Honda's car-based CR-V returns for the 2000 model year unchanged, and why not? The CR-V is the most popular of the small sport utility vehicles, and Honda dealers sell them nearly as fast they roll them off the delivery trucks.The CR-V is scheduled to be redesigned for the 2002 model year, ... Read Full Report
Honda really pulled a fast one with their CR-V, and customers have loved the legerdemain. What you have here is a Civic station wagon in sport-utility vehicle guise - brilliant. Nobody under 60 wants to be caught dead in a station wagon, and the price and thirst of SUVs gets more off-putting with each dire prediction of supply constraints, as the oil oligopolists make the most of the situatio... Read full review for the 2000 Honda CR V
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Reliable, cheap to own, utilitarian, Honda, durable interior, easy to maintain, it's all good *except* the A/C compressor self-destructed at about 100K miles. It disintegrated so thoroughly that the v... Read Full Review
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