2003 Honda CR-V

    (4 Reviews)




    MSRP
    $18,900 - $21,600
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    2003 Honda CR-V Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Honda CR-V

    • ...a great combination of a car-like ride and interior with truck-like visibility and ground clearance.

      - Edmunds.com
    • loaded with nifty features and...its all-around practicality and comfort deserve high marks.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • ...split-folding rear seatbacks can be reclined, a rare feature in any vehicle.

      - New Car Test Drive
    • Its extra cargo room offers some of the usefulness of a minivan... For all its engaging detail touches, though, the most endearing trait of the CR-V interior is its roominess

      - New Car Test Drive
    • ...the 2002 CR-V is equipped with the largest four-cylinder engine Honda has ever sold here -- a 2.4-liter.

      - The Car Connection
    • ...some nifty gadgets, like a flip-up tray table and a folding picnic table in the rear.

      - The Detroit News

    What reviewers liked least about the Honda CR-V

    • ...every one of our drivers hates (yes, it's a strong word) the squareback-chair driving position.

      - Car and Driver
    • Power window switches, located on the dashboard to the left of the steering wheel, are a bit awkward when underway.

      - New Car Test Drive

    Honda CR-V Comparisons

    • Then again, those new competitors both come from a Ford factory whose previous products have been significantly less reliable than the nearly fault-free CR-V.

      - Automobile
    • Although the CR-V's four-cylinder engine is smooth and does an adequate job, it seems lethargic next to the V-6 in the new Mazda Tribute and Ford Escape twins.

      - Automobile
    • It holds 26 beer cases, one fewer than the Escape/Tribute.

      - Car and Driver
    • ...among the four-cylinder SUVs, the CR-V is the best.

      - The Car Connection

    Best one-liner about the Honda CR-V

    • As reliable as death and taxes.

      - Automobile
    • There's a lot more oomph in the new CR-V than the original.

      - Canadian Driver

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