Pros Very roomy inside, very practical and user-friendly panel design, side airbags and 5-stars crash testing score (even better than a BMW X5 - do your own Google search), comfortable ride (Honda's suspension is awesome), low maintenance fee
Cons Exterior. Lack option for a powerful V6 engine. Quality control (some new cars may have very minor rattling or clicking sound coming from windshield glass window, the edges of some doors can be sharp)... better FM/AM radio, lack "hill-start" control
Summary Overall I think it is one of the best entry-level compact SUV in its class. I bought it mainly because of the reputation of Honda reliability (search JD Power), best resale value, and very roomy interior. If they could fix some of the problems listed above in the 2012 model, I think it will continue to be the best selling SUV around the world. Go Honda Go!!
Pros Everything except for the fact that I had to pay to get integrated handsfree installed.
Cons no bluetooth option for a vehicle that cost almost 30k
Summary I recently installed the Premium Package for my 2009 Honda CR-V with Navigation. The installation was very straightforward, and Charlie and the guys were EXTREMELY responsive with a few questions that I had, even offering his personal contact number should I need it.
The system works flawlessly; we aren't even using all of the functions, but the most important things work perfectly: Automatic pairing of the phone when the ignition is turned on; automatic muting of the audio system; and crystal clear voice quality on both ends of the call. I am VERY happy I decided to install this!
I am glad that I called BFTSYNC in houston for the handsfree solution they had that was very easy to install. I thank CNET and the above review to be able to do that.
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