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Honda CR-V, SUV
#276 of 308 Blind Spot
Jul 30, 2012 (1:15 pm)
I purchased my 3rd Honda but 1st CR-V in June of 2012. I have encountered some of the same inconveniences mentioned earlier, i.e., hissing noise after engine is turned off and uncomfortable position of the driver's head restraint. But, I can live with those. However, I am curious to find out if any other owner of the 2012 CR-V has encountered a problem with blind spots on the left and right rear sides of the vehicle. The way the new CR-V is built toward the back sides of the SUV (a solid panel between the rear slanting window and the tall tail lights on each side), I am unable to get a clear view of the right and left sides of the vehicle when attempting to change lanes. The space between the side slanting window and tail lights block your view. I find myself having to check and double check prior to changing lanes. Now, I understand the importance of being sure a lane is unoccupied prior to attempting to enter that lane, but I have never had to do this amount of double checking before executing my move. Does anyone else out there feel the same as I do?
#277 of 308 Re: Homelink [free888]
Aug 01, 2012 (7:08 am)
I can't believe this. My wife's 2004 Odyssey has Homelink. My son's 2001 Intrepid has Homelink. What is Honda thinking?
#278 of 308 Re: Homelink [bmfc]
Aug 01, 2012 (2:31 pm)
that homelink costs money?
doesn't the EX-L have it? They have always limited to top of the line models.
My 2005 Accord EX-L did not have homelink.
#279 of 308 Re: Blind Spot [snuke]
Aug 04, 2012 (5:46 pm)
I agree 100%. The driver side-mirror with the extra wide area does nothing to detect your blind spot. I am putting the small fisheye mirrors on tomorrow. I have 1200 miles on my new CR-V and it is very poor. Even turning my head a good 90 degrees it is not a clear view. I hope this helps and maybe you'll do the same.
#280 of 308 Re: Blind Spot [pochie]
Aug 04, 2012 (8:43 pm)
Thanks Pochie for your response. Please excuse my ignorance on the subject but what are fisheye mirrors, where can they be purchased and where on the CR-V will you place them? I am assuming the driver and passenger side mirrors, correct?
#281 of 308 Re: Vibration under dash [frofountain]
Aug 10, 2012 (6:08 pm)
Yes, I do! Mine seems to come from somewhere on the passenger side of the dash. It is intermittent but when it happens accelerating seems to aggravate it. My car is barely 2 weeks old and I took it back to the dealership that sold it to me to take care of this problem. They kept the car overnight, opened up the dash, tightened all sorts of things, but when I picked it up today the vibration was still there. I am taking it back next week.
Did you find out the source of your CRV's dash vibration and is it resolved?
#282 of 308 RECALL FOR DOOR LOCKS
Aug 26, 2012 (2:25 pm)
This weekend I received my recall notice from Honda for my 2012 CR-V concerning the safety of the front door locks. Has anyone else received their notice and have already taken your vehicle to the dealer to have the problem fixed? If you have, how long did it take and are you able to notice that the problem has been fixed?
#283 of 308 Re: RECALL FOR DOOR LOCKS [snuke]
Aug 26, 2012 (2:58 pm)
I do not received recall notice from Honda. I checked Honda web site, but my car was not affected car. I stopped my Honda dealer about 2 weeks ago(not for about recall) and asked about recall, my Honda dealer want fix all 2012 CR-V even not affected.
He told me take a couple hours to fix, and they will fix now.
#284 of 308 Re: RECALL FOR DOOR LOCKS [flatfive]
Aug 26, 2012 (3:20 pm)
Thanks for your feedback Flatfive.
#285 of 308 Thoughts on Spoiler
Aug 27, 2012 (9:42 am)
Any feedback from those that ended up getting the spoiler? It it worth the $$$ in your opinion? What about the vision out the rear window...does that get reduced at all?