2017 Honda CR-V Consumer Reviews

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2017

Consumer Reviews

2017 Honda CR-V Consumer Reviews

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Based on 16 reviews

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2017 Honda CR-V Consumer Reviews & Ratings

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Enjoying the gas economy and the features of the vehicle. I would recommend...

Enjoying the gas economy and the features of the vehicle. I would recommend this vehicle to someone looking for economy and comfort.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

This is my 3rd Honda CRV. No maintenance except for tires and oil changes even...

This is my 3rd Honda CRV. No maintenance except for tires and oil changes even at 130000 miles. My first CRV (2006) saved me from a snowstorm trip off a mountain in Colorado.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

This is my 2nd CRV and I came back because I really liked the first one - and...

This is my 2nd CRV and I came back because I really liked the first one - and the areas I didn't like were much improved in 2017. The mileage is much better and it has the "kick" that my 2008 CRV lacked.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Beautiful car at a great price with good performance! Expect outstanding...

Beautiful car at a great price with good performance! Expect outstanding maintenance cost & reliability.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Love the car. Fun to drive but also tremendously safe. Comes with lane...

Love the car. Fun to drive but also tremendously safe. Comes with lane assist, backup camera, variable speed control, and more. The phone connectivity is excellent allowing me to utilize Android auto.

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