Used 2004 HondaCR-V EX

  • VIN: JHLRD78864C058684
  • Stock: M0072B
On The Lot
at Sam Pierce Chevrolet
Location Details
    Odometer
    207,622 miles
    Fuel Economy
    22.0/26.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Other
    Interior Color
    Other
    Engine
    2.4L L4
    Honda CR-V
    • Carfax One Owner

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel tank capacity: 15
    • Horsepower: 160

    Dealer Notes

    2 Years of Free Maintenance!*

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    CARFAX One-Owner. White 2004 Honda CR-V EX AWD 4-Speed Automatic with Overdrive 2.4L I4 SMPI DOHC

    AWD.

    22/26 City/Highway MPG


    Call (800) 886-2438 today to schedule your test drive!

    *2 years of free maintenance excludes diesel and commercial vehicles. See dealer for complete details*

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.6Out of 5
    • Who in their right mind would buy anything else?

      By Bush on Wednesday, January 15, 2020

      5.0
      We purchased our 2004 Honda CRV in 2009 with 32,000 miles on it. Now due to an accident we are having to look at getting another vehicle. I commute to work around 125 miles 3 days a week. This car gets a fantastic review from us for it's reliability - good gas mileage and only left me stranded ONCE. We have owned this car for 11 years and just over 312,000 miles. How many cars do you know have this kind of mileage and still running? We also live on a farm...so seats have had to be flatten down frequently for carry everything from feed to bedding for chickens and yes even boards from Lowes sticking out the window. It has been the best car we have ever owned! We have been looking casually since the car wreck. We drove a 2016 Subaru Forester. Although the Forester is a nice car the back end of the Forester does not have the room we have with a CRV. So we will be getting of course another CRV....
    • Best ever

      By Jolina on Friday, June 14, 2019

      5.0
      I freaking love my CR-V. I don't like the new styles in the past 10 years so I haven't convinced myself I need a new one. That thing has gotten me through some INSANE Michigan winters. Never was late to work. The all wheel drive just walks through everything as long as you've got good tires. It's so comfortable to drive on road trips. I've driven to North Carolina and New York. It parks like a car. It carries everything you need for camping. I just can't rave about my CR-V enough. I just wish they would bring back that old style because the head room was better. The newer ones are rather plastic-y.
    • Good Small Family Value

      By Boogaloo on Saturday, March 22, 2008

      4.0
      I use it as a work vehicle, constantly carrying parts, tools and equipment to maintain radio stations at 35,000 miles/year. Good points: It has held up well with a peppy 4-cyl using 5W-20 oil, implying tight tolerances. Comfort and features are spartan ... not lavish. It handles well with respectable 24mpg highway average. It still has the original brakes at 130K with more to go. Bad Points: The factory BF Goodrich tires are HORRIBLE with poor performance and wear-demand replacements or walk. This is NOT an off-road car; it will get easily stuck in the mildest of farm pasture conditions and clearnace is TOO LOW. The "Maintenance" light is ALWAYS on with my use ... oil changes every 3750 mi. The air conditioner blew at 20K (not normal for a Honda). Somehow, the gas tank vapor canister was damaged at the same point (no accident???); the part, alone, was $900!!!! I first refused, finally relented and it's still a problem; the fuel system loses pressure when the gas cap is removed, meaning hard starts with every fillup. The dealer has insulted my intelligence at every turn and one can forget any support from Honda. Service wise, I feel like a slave to the car. It is not a bad car, but at this stage, I have a choice ... spend $2000 on service or use that money as a down-payment for a replacement. Ya' know, I have always liked Nissans. In truth, other folks generally have a better experience than mine but Honda can forget about me because of its policies and dealer support.

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