The mechanics and safety features of the car are great.,However, the computer system is incomprehensible and NOT user friendly. It’s impossible to do the slightest thing without layers of buttons to click. Nothing is intuitive and the computer is flaky. Simple things like the radio and GPS frequently don’t work. Horrible, exasperating computer.I will not buy another Honda for that reason.
Loving my CR-V
Smooth ride I have had mine since 05-14-2020 I have 12,350 miles on it and I have never had any problems. Love my beautiful CR-V
The Honda I expected.
Just got one with 15,000 miles on it. In pristine condition. Still learning all the features since I never owned a car with so much tech. Once I learn one at a time, I found many of the features very useful. Over quality of build for the vehicle meets all my past expectations of past Honda vehicles. Don't understand the negative remarks about acceleration. If I have to get out of situation fast, which I had to, vehicle responded immediately and to my surprise much faster than expected. I have to keep in mind when driving it, speed can getaway with you if not driving properly, very quick for me on acceleration. Only negatives I have is: For a high quality vehicle it has no back up sensors, just a camera. It does have guidelines on the camera. I guess once I practice with the guidelines more, I will be able to see and not need back up sensors. The other item not happy with is the center console storage. You have to slide two panels to see all that is in the compartment, since the lower compartment is so long for plenty of storage. Just one long long panel would be great. Also, the flip up center armrest in the front would be great if it had an inner compartment on the arm rest. For me it is a very comfortable and relaxing vehicle to drive. I notice I do not get as tired on long trips in this car, compared to my previous. It has excellent storage, plenty for my needs. History will tell if Honda downgraded on things compared to the past. I got the remaining factory bumper to bumper warranty (Certified) along with the top of line extended maintenance for 10 years/100,000 miles. So feel pretty comfortable about future repairs since I will only be responsible for regular maintenance and normal wear and tear parts. Overall....REALLY HAPPY! On top of that I am dealing with a fantastic dealer, BIANCHI HONDA OF ERE. From the salesman, used car manager, finance department and service, they have been great, friendly people to deal with. Late Note: We also own the 2019 CRV, along with 2020, Both are EX-L version. Had the 2019 longer, also a fantastic vehicle.
I’m in love….
Love sitting higher without having to drive a full size SUV. My gas mileage is great with Econ mode option. So much room for two car seats and a third (smaller) person in the backseat. Drives like a dream with pep when you need it. I’m still in the honeymoon phase but this is the nicest Honda I’ve ever owned and I’ve owned two Accords, two Civics and an HR-V. I rode in the back seat of a friend’s CR-V and I’ve wanted one ever since.
Sporty. Consistent. Reliable. Comfortable.
Love my CR-V. It's reliable and haven't had a single issue (43,500 miles as of this morning). It's surprisingly agile and accelerates quickly. It also has far exceeded my expectations for gas mileage (About 23mpg for me). It drives very much like a sedan but is very spacious, has excellent visibility and handles very well in all road and weather conditions. It's also a pretty sleek and sporty looking vehichle on the exterior and the interior is very spacious and comfortable. My only (minor) complaint is the Apple CarPlay glitches frequently and the navigation/audio system is a little bit sluggish to respond. Overall though, it's my favourite Honda to date and I am so happy with the CR-V.
Honda CR-V: Thy name is Vanilla. Soulless transportation module. Lawn tractors are quicker until the turbo kicks in. Hate is not a strong enough word for my feelings about the CVT. MPG is 30, on par with my 2003 Monte Carlo. Seats are passable, but not really built for Americans. Touchscreen and radio already malfunctioning at 16,000 miles. Great for hauling plants from Lowe's and bulk items from Costco. Decent highway ride but can be noisy. Nice styling, though. One amazing thing: Highly stable and can corner at speeds that blow other vehicles away. But it is still better than the new Pilot.
2020 HONDA CR-V TURBO MYTH
I own a 2020 Honda Cr-v LX with the 1.4 turbo engine. I hate that Honda has the turb engine. I regret replacing my 2018 Honda CR-V with the 2.4 VTEC for this underpowered Cr-v. They claim it has more power and is better on gas. It gets the same gas as my 2018 VTEC and has less power. I also hate the Auto Engine Idle. Its annoying to have to turn it off everytime I get in the car. I will not buy another newer CR-V. Honda needs to get rid of the turbo and stick with the VTEC. the AEI is just as horrible and I refuse to buy another Honda that has either feature. First chance i get to trade this in, I am.
value for the money is not worthy! Sensor issues!
Hi! My favorite cars was rav4 but I decided to change for a CRVHonda 2020. I like it plenty of room, several USB ports. A thing that I don’t like about this model is the front sensor. It’s not really sealed or bond that it has been stolen and a very expensive item to buy and getting installed.From $870 to $1170 to install. I think this model is not a good investment. Honda has failed on this Model crv 2020.you will spend more money installing this sensor than the usual car.👎👎👎dissatisfied!!!
2020 HINDA CR-V AWD
I actually like the car a lot, however, I am a larger person and feel cramped due to all the space taken up by the huge middle counsel. Being a female, there is absolutely no place to put my purse, the arm rest hinders the accessibility to the seat belt connection, not because I am a larger person, it because the center counsel is situated right against the side of the seat on both driver side and passenger side. My husband is very slender and he has just as much trouble accessing the seatbelt connection as I do. If I could I would take out the useless center counsel and leave the area open to set my purse, have easy access to seat belt connection. I would remove it right behind the cup holder. No one in the backseat needs USB ports, not heat controls. The car is small and the heat settings in the front are adequate and if the back seat passengers aren’t smart enough to charge devices before leaving home, oh well! Also, I am elderly and I hate all the bells and whistles in all these new cars..they are a total distraction to the driver. That is not specific to the Honda CRV…all newer cars have too many distracting Bells and whistles.
Right size for me
The CRV is comfortable to drive and fits the needs I have. I’m able to transport items with plenty of cargo room. Plenty of leg room and head room. Easily adjustable to fit me. This is a much bigger vehicle that I’ve ever driven but still fits my comfort level