I should also mention that, unless you are in a snow state or otherwise KNOW that you need all-wheel drive, you should avoid those models and stick with a two-wheel drive version. They are lighter, mechanically simpler, and will be more reliable and cost less money over time.If you ARE in a snow state, then paying more for AWD is a trade off that probably makes sense - but know going in that you WILL pay more with an AWD vehicle, especially if you need drive train repairs. Again, Hondas have a reputation for being very reliable, but it's always a possibility.
Yes I read about the 2015's vibrations. Considering the 2016 now.
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Leasing is something I dont want to do. I'll be paying it in cash but I dont want to settle with a cheaper brand new car.
A used CR-V would be a good choice. I bought a 2020 last year and LOVE it.
Sorry, meant "can't". Nothing a quick trip to the mechanic's can't solve.