Users' questions

How many miles will a Honda CR-V last?

How many miles will a Honda CR-V last?

If adequately maintained, a new Honda CR-V can last between 250,000 to 300,000 miles on the road. This translates into a lifespan of 16 to 20 years, making the CR-V one of the most dependable crossovers in the market.

Do CRV hold their value?

A Honda CR-V will depreciate 38% after 5 years and have a 5 year resale value of $22,143. The Honda CR-V has proven to be a great vehicle, and holds its value well. In the small SUV segment, it is right at the top (although the Toyota models are there too) in terms of low depreciation.

Is the Honda CRV 1996 a good car?

Very Good by Noel — Very powerful accelleration, good brakes, comfortable, listens to the driver ,very safe , reliable, good sound , a lot of space . overall it is a fun car to drive with your family ! Honda makes the… Read More Honda Cr-v 1996 by Ashiqur — Good car . Well handling and Speed . Though its a mini SUV but works like the larger one .

When did the Honda CRV first come out?

The Honda CR-V was first introduced in 1996. Designed as a compact, off-road SUV with 4WD, it meets requirements for families that want a larger vehicle. Still, it is a Honda, so fuel efficiency, relative comfort and drivability are all built in. What’s your take on the 1996 Honda CR-V? Have you driven a 1996 Honda CR-V? Have questions?

Where can I find the value of a 1999 Honda CRV?

The term “Blue Book Value” might refer to the Kelley Blue Book value, but is often used as a generic expression for a given vehicle’s market value. You can find the market value of your 1999 Honda CR-V on Edmunds. You’ll need to know some basic facts about your vehicle, such as the mileage, condition, option packages and trim level.

What’s the value of a 1996 Honda Accord?

The heat temperature button is broken but otherwise everything works. I’ve owned this car for 16 years and had great luck with it. Very reliable, check engine Never came on! My car has 169000 miles and there’s nothing wrong with it. Bought a 1997 Honda Accord DX with a standard transmission in April for $1,000. Best 1k I’ve spent.