Many newcomers have entered the compact sport utility vehicle market since Honda launched its car-based CR-V as a 1997 model. Substantial revisions for 2005 included new exterior and interior styling. A new Special Edition featured heated leather front seats and body-colored bumpers. All versions... Read Full Report
A new CR-V is waiting in the wings for an introduction later this year, but the current model, one of the leading entry-level SUVs, still has a lot going for it. That's especially true with the 2006 Special Edition, which pairs popular options and special features. Honda usually creates Special Editions to give vehicles a boost, often in the latter stages of a vehicle's model life.... Read full review for the 2006 Honda CR V
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We have a 2006 Honda CRV with 75,000 miles. To our shock and surprise the transmission went out. The Honda dealership in Reno NV told us they had never seen this before, yet when we went online, we fi... Read Full Review
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