What year did CR-V have problems?

The Honda CR-V was released in 1997 and had some “teething problems.” A lot of the 1997 CR-V owners reported engine and electrical troubles. In general, it is not a good idea to buy an all-new car during its first year.

How Long Will 2007 Honda CR-V last?

Honda CR-V The Honda CRV can run for well over 200,000 miles and, if maintained with a lot of tender love and care, it can keep chugging along even past 300,000 miles.

How many miles will a 2007 Honda CRV last?

Does a 2007 CR-V have a timing belt or chain?

The 2007 Honda CR-V has a timing chain instead of a timing belt. A timing chain doesn’t need to be replaced in regular intervals.

How long will a 2007 Honda CR-V last?

How long does a Honda CR-V last?

If maintained properly, the Honda CR-V is a dependable compact SUV that can easily last you 250,000 to 300,000 miles, which is equal to 17 to 20-plus years of use.

What are the pros and cons of a 2007 Honda CRV?

2007 Honda CR-V Review Pros & Cons Thoughtfully designed cabin with numerous family-friendly touches, high-quality interior materials, comfortable and quiet ride, agile handling.

How good is the AC in the Honda CRV?

The AC in the CRV is superior to the climate control of the former. I appreciate the exterior appearance of this car as it looks like a hybrid between the newer HR-V and the current CRV. I don’t feel like I’m missing out by not getting a new car.

Are you happy with your Honda CRV?

I’ve been very happy with my CRV except for a few problems. First thing was the tires (especially the front) wearing out so quickly. I noticed in doing research I wasn’t the only CRV owner with this problem.

What are some of the problems with my Honda CRV?

The next issue with my CRV is the lock actuator problem. The left rear door will no longer lock permanently. It locks and unlocks…..locks and unlocks. You come to a stop and the door unlocks. Start driving and it locks again…you can’t trust it to lock so it is a security issue at all times.