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Used Honda CR-V for sale (195 Results)

PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
2018
Aug
1,800
km
1,500
cc
Grade
6
US$1,082,185US$40,654
US$42,505
2012
May
95,600
km
2,000
cc
US$8,500
US$10,660
2018
Aug
2,000
km
1,500
cc
Grade
S
US$36,652US$34,659
US$36,510
2013
May
58,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4.5
US$14,744US$11,622
US$13,669
2007
Feb
98,700
km
2,390
cc
US$3,332US$2,581
US$4,595
2013
Mar
49,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4.5
US$12,079
US$14,126
2012
Nov
73,000
km
2,000
cc
US$12,107
Free Inspection
US$14,012
2012
Jun
91,852
km
2,400
cc
Grade
3.5
US$11,967
US$13,742
2018
2,000
km
1,500
cc
Grade
5
US$36,652
US$38,503
PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
2013
Jul
83,633
km
2,400
cc
Grade
4.5
US$13,238
US$15,035
2013
Mar
86,184
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4
US$15,357US$12,659
US$14,706
2013
Aug
26,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4
US$15,089US$13,863
US$15,910
2018
Oct
6,965
km
1,500
cc
US$49,059US$40,666
US$42,504
2008
Feb
70,000
km
2,400
cc
Grade
4
US$7,597US$6,058
US$7,861
2012
Mar
34,401
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4
US$15,691US$13,116
US$14,913

Buying Guide

The Honda CR-V is a compact crossover SUV produced by Honda since 1995 and made entry in the North American market in 1997. It uses the platform of Honda Civic combined with an SUV body design. Honda announces that "CR-V” stands for "Comfortable Runabout Vehicle" while the term "Compact Recreational Vehicle" is used for CR-V in a British car review article that was republished by Honda. 

Compact car is a vehicle size class, mainly used in North America — that is between subcompact cars and mid-size cars. A crossover car is a vehicle with SUV styling features that is based on a passenger car platform. Crossovers as a whole have ride, handling, performance and fuel economy characteristics similar to cars and are only intended for light off-road driving.

Honda CRV

Honda CRV - MVP of compact crossover class.

Honda Motor Company, Ltd. is a Japanese public multinational conglomerate corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles, aircraft, motorcycles, and power equipment. Honda had always been the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer since 1959, as well as the world's largest manufacturer of internal combustion engines, producing more than 14 million internal combustion engines every year. Honda became the world second-largest Japanese automobile manufacturer in 2001. In 2015 Honda claimed the eighth largest automobile manufacturer in the world, behind Toyota, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai Motor Group, General Motors, Ford, Nissan, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. So reading until now, you already know that Honda doesn’t build exciting cars, but reliable cars, and chances are that you must at least one at some point in your life.

Speaking of money, used Honda CR-V for sale by Car From Japan got greatly reasonable used Honda CR-V price at US$34,377 for the latest 2018 CR-V and around US$11,858 to US$14,520 for the best-seller 2012-2013 CR-V. Old Honda CR-V models or ones with higher mileage will got even a lower price for you to fit your pocket, even used Honda CR-V for sale under 5000.

Honda CR-V: The Compact-Crossover MVP

1. Overview

The Honda CR-V is a Honda Flagship: it carries impressive fuel economy, a host of high-tech equipment, and copious cargo space. And regarding the vibe of CR-V, it also boasts excellent road manners and contemporary styling. With Honda CR-V, we would be under no hesitance to tick all the boxes for a list of what constitutes an excellent crossover. Honda CR-V possesses two fuel-efficient powertrains, including a responsive turbocharged engine. Compared to the compact-crossover league which is loaded with home-run hitters, the CR-V is believed to have real stats of an MVP contender.

What Honda did build in this CR-V model are incredible fuel efficiency and practicality. The CR-V embraces all of the what we love in a powerful vehicle, and though it’s an excellent family car for drivers looking for greater cargo space, the sleepy design might turn a few off, especially when other more vibrant alternatives come into existence in competitiveness.

2. Exterior Magnificence

Overall, most will agree that the Honda CR-V is the sexiest Honda out there — and it also excel in such presence and charisma that are famous in its class exude, like the Ford Escape and, my personal favorite, Mazda CX-5. Of course, just step out of any CR-V and you’ll see just how all that silver trims and refined and muscular contour found on the outside were accomplished.

Honda CR-V

You can introduce this beauty to people with pride.

There isn’t a particularly windswept design, rakish athletic hood, or sharply pinched greenhouse. Instead, Honda CR-V is proportioned with practicality, not pizazz and unapologetically wide. There isn’t a lot of flair here, but Honda’s design team has built a car that looks good. To conclude, Honda CR-V might not be so gorgeous, but she’s pretty enough for you to proudly introduce to your friends and family. The outside is for sure to be an acquired taste.

3. Interior Comforts

After opening the door and stepping into the Honda CR-V, you will be treated with a classic designing lesson where function routinely triumphs over form. Honda has approached the CR-V’s interior with a utilitarian mindset and it can be seen easily. Everything is kept simple, from both the firmly backed and flat-bottomed front and rear seats, to the large, blocky center console which is fenced between the passenger and driver side. The cabin isn’t completely confined to right angles though, and the center console features a gradual curve that juts out beneath the dashboard in order to accommodate nicely the elevated shifter. Needless to say, drivers both young and old will certainly feel comfortable and like home with the cabin’s simplified design.

Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V got a quality seats.

The Honda CR-V is very spacious and you may mistake yourself riding in a much larger vehicle. Legroom in the front and back is ample, and will easily comfort long and tiring trips. Coming back to that utilitarian mindset, Honda includes a wide array of storage compartments, the largest and most practical located between the two front seats. Further little touches like folding armrests help draw  attention to the CR-V’s comfort and practicality.

A major part of a crossover’s appeal is its added cargo space and the CRV is a superstar in this concern. With the rear seats up, the CR-V provides a cavernous 37.2 cubic feet of carrying capacity. Fold those rear seats forward to make that number swells to 70.9 cubic feet.

4. Operational Excellence

All  Honda CR-V models utilize a engine of 2.4-liter I-4 which can produce 185 hp and 180 lb-ft of torque. The engine sends pure power through a five-speed automatic transmission to the front wheels or all four wheels, when the available Real Time all-wheel-drive option is selected. Here is the detail on all engine options for you to compare:

Engine Options Horsepower Torque
2.4L I4 184 hp (137 kW) @ 6,400 rpm 180 lb⋅ft (240 N⋅m) @ 3,900 rpm
1.5L I4 Turbo 190 hp (140 kW) @ 5,600 rpm 179 lb⋅ft (243 N⋅m) @ 2,200 rpm
2.0L I4 152 hp (113 kW) @ 6,500 rpm 139 lb⋅ft (188 N⋅m) @ 4,300 rpm
1.6L I4 Turbo Diesel 160 hp (120 kW) @ 4,000 rpm 258 lb⋅ft (350 N⋅m) @ 2,000 rpm.

Honda CR-V

Regarding fuel economy, in the front-drive trim, the Honda CR-V is EPA-rated at 23/31 mpg city/highway, while all-wheel-drive models are rated at 22/30 mpg. For safety trust, the 2013 Honda CR-V was ranked a Top Safety Pick by the IIHS, and received a five-star overall rating from NHTSA.

5. Performance And Driving Experience

Any drivers would feel like the Honda CR-V’s suspension is tuned by magic. In details, the CR-V’s underpinnings make the car genuinely entertaining to drive by ways of rigorously controlling excessive body motions while at the same time isolating occupants from unwanted impact harshness without filtering communication about the road surface. Does that sound like an impossible feat, like magic must have been involved?

Honda’s mechanical magicians have bestowed the rest of the CR-V’s driving dynamics, too. Feeling far more athletic than a tall, front-wheel-drive SUV rolling on all-season tires has a right to, the CR-V’s electric steering system proves resolute on center yet light and accurate when at center, and the leather-wrapped steering wheel feels so easy in the driver’s hands. The brake pedal is brilliantly calibrated, sensitive for fine-tuning of pressure and strong when rapid deceleration is necessary.

A Prolific Investment

No one would find it hard to like the Honda CR-V. Though the old maxim states, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then enough people did, do, and will appreciate (or at least be able to live with) the CR-V’s frumpy proportions. However, style and look isn’t everything. While the CR-V can never be able to saunter down the narrow runways of any civil traditional markets, it’s a fairly good-looking car that most will enjoy. We may long for more razzle and dazzle SUV, but that’s just us, not the Honda way. Here is some pros and cons to refer to before you dig deep into your pocket to buy used honda CR-V:

Pros

Cons

 Cargo and cabin space is excellent  Not as fun as some competitors
 Fuel economy is one of the best in its class  Flat front seats
 Easy to use tech features  Artificial-feeling electric steering

The Honda CR-V might fail to deliver the expected style and performance front, but it can defy all complaints by proving to be the most livable and accommodating vehicles we’ve ever stepped foot in. Couple that with an excellent fuel economy, a reasonable resale price and more cabin space than a Tokyo and New York apartment, an used Honda CR-V is one of the most compelling crossovers your money can buy, with Car From Japan, right here right now.

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