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Discussion in 'Car Forum' started by mark5019, Mar 12, 2008.
it has 130+ on it runs great just did timeing belt and water pump
My wife's 1997 CR-V saved her life a couple of years ago. The car was lost but held its own against a Dodge Ram. Wife spent a couple of days in the hospital and suffered only a concussion
Just found this... surfing the vehicle forum for the first time.
My wife's '97 has 248,000 miles on the clock and still runs like new. Been running Mobil 1 in the engine - with changes every 7,500 miles as recommended, since about the third oil change. Still doesn't use a drop between changes. Done the timing belt thing twice now (at 105k and 210k) and pretty much nothing else other than routine maintenance.
She says I can buy her a new one when I pry this one from her cold, dead hands
Skunkabilly on THR used to refer to his as his Crisis Response Vehicle.
My wife has an Element; same vehicle mechanically, with a big box on top.
My 1997 CRV rolled over 174,000 today , the paint is faded, doors are dinged, and still the best vehicle I've ever owned.
Gotta love Honda.
but you can't trust a word this man says
Honda makes a great car. I've owned three, and all of them lasted a very very long time.