2010 honda cr-v
2010 honda cr-v questions and answers
Q: How big is the slot for 2010 Honda Cr-V in-dash Navigation?
I've got a 2011 Honda CR-V and I am looking for an in-dash gps navigation. However I don't know how big gps should be in order to fit into honda's dashboard slot. Do you guys know? It is 2011 Honda CR-V lx 4wd. Thanks! :D p.s.: If you know a good in-dash gps system tell me :D tape measuring is certainly great, but it is not the way in this situation :)
A: tape measure. use it.
Q: How much can I haggle for a 2010 Honda CR-V?
I'm looking at the fully loaded 2010 Honda CR-V EX-L with Navigation. According to one website the MSRP is $29745 and the invoice is $27661. Now, I'm not sure how accurate these numbers are, but I'm looking to get the best deal I can. I would ideally not buy for another 5-6 months so I can pay for it outright, but if I can snag some kind of excellent deal (i.e. get an end-of-the-year type haggle price that's amazing) then I may be willing to do so earlier. How much would you expect I could haggle on this without leaving the salesperson high and dry? I want to make sure to give them their fair share while snagging an excellent deal for myself, of course.
A: Negotiate hard. The sales person is out to screw you as hard as he can. The more he gets you to pay the more commission he will make. Don't worry about hurting his feelings. He is a car salesman and has no feelings. If you offer them 12 bucks for the car the worst they can do is say no. If you can afford to pay cash then wait for the 5-6 months. Tell the dealer you are paying cash and his eyes will light up. And they will still have many 2010 models in 6 months. And the longer the older model sits on his lot the more eager the dealer will be to get it sold. This means a better price for you. Most new car dealers have web sites where you can keep track of their inventory. This is an invaluable tool for you. Use it to get the best price and most features. BTW Why pay thousands for navigation from the dealer. You can buy a GPS for under a $100. Also check the price of installing a good sound system from local audio places. In most cases you can get a better system for less money.
Q: How do i close the hood on a Honda CR-V?
I opened the hood of a 2010 Honda CR-V to check something. But now i can't close it anymore. So can someone tell me how? Thanks
A: Slam it a little.. Not too hard. Hope it helps! :D
Q: 2010 Honda CR-V codes to unlock my radio?
i cant listing to my radio it keeps saying i need a code
Q: Is the Honda CR-V a good car?
I'm looking at buying a car right now and i was wondering if anyone knew if the new honda 2010 crv was any good. Is it a good car overall? Is there anything bad about it? Is there a car that's better in the same price range? thanks =]
A: Generally speaking the 2010 Honda Crv is such a good car in its class of sub compact SUV. It got the looks and style both interior and exterior. Fuel economy is also good. All Honda Cars have good re sale value. Hope this help!
Q: Which is better on off roading. honda cr-v or the Mitsubishi outlander?
Is CRV still the better buy when compared to the new 2010 version evo styled outlander????
A: I cant imagine either one of them being useful for off roading.
Q: 2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium steering wheel problems?
Ok, I have literally spent all day researching AWD/4WD vehicles that fit in my price range and I am pretty sure that I've narrowed it down to the 2010 Honda CR-V and the 2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium. I have read that the CR-V tends to be a bit underpowered, but I'll have to test drive it. Rav4 isn't on the list because of the recalls, and although I've read that Hyundai and Ford have upped their game I'm still not impressed with the Escape and Tucson. I'd be interested in the Mazda CX-7 if it wasn't so expensive. I've heard very good things about the Subaru, especially regarding it's symmetrical AWD system, but I've just found like 3-4 posts on the Internet regarding the steering wheel shake at higher speeds in some people's cases. Does anyone know if this is an inherent problem with the vehicle (as I've read mostly good things and reviews about it) or if it's just a rare problem that can be diagnosed easily during a test drive? Sorry for the re-post, Yahoo Answers screwed up my edit. @CT- Yes, I know that there's a difference between the crossover and the sedan. The Outback and Tribeca kind of get out of my price range. I was considering a Forester, but I was looking more at the fuel efficient sedan...Might take a look at the Nissan Rogue, too. Heard it handles well on snow.
A: I agree with CT. There is no inherent problem with steering on a Subaru. Test drive what you want to buy and satisfy yourself. I strongly believe wheel balance and/or alignment is the only problem. I wonder how many of us happy Subaru owners realize that all four wheels are aligned when the job is done properly?
Q: Is 200$ too much to pay for car insurance?
I have two vehicles, a 2010 Honda CR-V and a 2010 Chevrolet Equinox. I am paying 200$ a month w/ the added option of a waiver of deductible. I feel this is too much seeing how I am over the age of 25 and have been an active member of Progressive insurance since the age of 18. Thanks for the feedback.
A: Asking an insurance company is the only way you may ever know the answer. No person here get the clear idea.Call around !
Q: Opnion on Chevy Equinox 2010?
I am looking for an honest opinion on Chevy Equinox 2010. I have Honda CR-V/2007, 45000 miles on it with excellent condition. I am planning for trade in my Honda CR-V with Chevy Equinox 2010. Is it going to be wise idea? One side is foreign auto with more reliability and other side is equinox, first time buyer from GM.
A: Reliability gap is a myth. Reliability is based more on owner usage than manufacturer engineering. Our family has owned plenty of GM's and plenty of Toyota's and that's the conclusion I've come to. My dad is a mechanic and I can hold my own in the world of automobiles. And we both have no problems owning GM vehicles, and recommend them when appropriate. Most people who continue to play the "reliability card" have either been burned by an American car in the past and haven't even given them a chance ever since, or have never even owned or driven an American car. If you give them a chance, you will be surprised. I have a bunch of good college buddies who prior to meeting were very anti-American when it came to cars. I just asked them to give them a chance, and now some of them are current GM or Ford owners, though none of them embraced Chrysler.lol (but then again, even I draw the line at Chrysler) As for Equinox, it's won great reviews from every single automotive publication. It's gotten great feedback from customers and even non-customers. Every aspect of the vehicle is on par and in many cases much more developed and refined than anything out of Toyota or Honda. It's the little things that help to put it above the competition, things like superior fuel economy than anything in its segment (32mpg, just last year 4 cylinder CUV's were getting 25mpg tops), active noise cancellation, and of course OnStar. These are all features you CANNOT get in any other CUV, except the GMC Terrain. I'm not going to guarantee you'll like the Equinox more than a Honda CRV or Toyota Rav 4, but I think you should at least give it (or the GMC Terrain) a chance, you might be surprised with what you see.
Q: ford fusion vs honda crv?
ford fusion 2010 or 2009 honda CR-V both base models. over all which of the two cars is best. gas wise, performance wise, which car has had more complaints, and safety ? reply that has the best answer gets ten points =) please help thanks!
A: One is an SUV. The other is a car. They are not comparable vehicles. What kind of vehicle do you need?