We sold this CRV to the previous owner in July 2017 when it had 69k on the odometer. Since then, we have regularly serviced this unit and we have a documented maintenance file on this vehicle. Recently, we acquired this CRV in trade for an Acura RDX that we had in our customer waiting area. This CRV is in very good condition and should easily surpass 500,000 miles - especially if the next owner continues the level of maintenance that the previous owner was committed to.
American Honda introduced the Honda CRV in 1997. In 2003, American Honda introduced the Honda Pilot. In 2005, gasoline prices went to an unprecedented level in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. After that, the CRV became more than just a cross-over SUV. People wanted the SUV look - a rear cargo area and higher ride height - but also wanted the fuel efficiency of a car. As a result, American Honda refined the CRV with additional trim levels, making the CRV a vehicle in very high-demand.
One major reason this 2013 Honda CRV looks so good is because while preparing this SUV to market; we installed a brand-new set of genuine Honda replacement headlamps and discarded the original 'yellowed-out' headlamp housings. This not only makes the SUV look cleaner, but the useful benefit also comes after dark when the lights will shine nice and bright for the driver's view and safety.
The factory leather interior is in nice condition, and the interior still smells new. In addition, a genuine Honda all-weather floor mats and the cargo tray are included. This durable and easy-to-clean interior makes this a great vehicle, with a classy look.