www.hondasuv.com is a great site for the CRV and it has a fabulous section called "Road Trips" giving details of various off-road trails around the country (in fact I came to know about this site from there) www.rav4world.com led me to hondasuv and that in turn led me here!Macky said:I recently traded my 2001 MDX-Touring for a 2002 CRV EX. I was just wondering if there are any website, such as this informative site, for the 2002 CRV? Thanks in advance.
Hey Macky, yes the hondasuv.com site that vicpal mentioned is by far the best that I'm aware of, tons of great info on the CR-V, especially the 1st gen. There is a seperate 2nd gen forum there that is beginning to pick up steam.Macky said:I recently traded my 2001 MDX-Touring for a 2002 CRV EX. I was just wondering if there are any website, such as this informative site, for the 2002 CRV? Thanks in advance.
Hey rvehock, I don't think anyone has ever claimed that the level of luxury in the 'V equals that of the 'X. However, an argument can be made that the 'V has more features of a practical nature than the 'X, especially for a small family. Click here to see my previous comments in this regard:rvehock said:I do not understand the appeal with the CR-V?? It looks so awkward and small in comparison to the MDX. I am sure it has good off-road performance and the overall economy is better than the MDX. I saw a 2002 CR-V EX in Tampa last month and it looked better than the older CR-V but it still does not represent the level of luxury that the MDX does IMHO.
The 'V finished first in the May article, a head to head comparo against the Freelander, Liberty, Vue, and XL-7. The 2nd gen 'V also recieved the highest average score in a recent Truck Trend comparo against the Frellander, Escape, and RAV4.msu79gt82 said:They liked and recommended the new CR-V, however it did not score as well as the RAV4 and the Forrester. Points-wise the RAV4 and Forrester were well ahead of the others.
The CR-V finished 4th or 5th I think overall I think.