7.7

pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
5,812 miles

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2016 Honda CR-V wheels / hubs problems

wheels / hubs problem

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2016 Honda CR-V Owner Comments

problem #3

Dec 292016

CR-V

  • 9,937 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Tpm light comes on after traveling 2 1/2 hours on highway at 75 mph. Checked tires and constantly shows pressure high. Tires checked day before trip at 32 psia with tpm light coming on during highway driving. Checked tires after tpm light comes on and tire pressure was 35 psia. Happened three times on trips over 21/2 hours of highway driving. Dealer says nothing they can do. Annoying since I will have to bring a tire pressure gauge and check all four tires to see when the tpm light comes on and see if warning is due to tires heating up during long periods of highway driving resulting in higher tire pressure.

- Melbourne, FL, USA

problem #2

Dec 052016

CR-V

  • 7,500 miles
A snowstorm on December 5, 2016 left me unable to navigate the road safely because the all season tires bought with the car became stiff with cold and hazardous in snow. Bridgestone dueler H/P sport as P265/65R17 are clearly not all season tires and do not belong on Cr-vs sold in cold climate states. I attach my receipt for other tires I purchased to replace these and my letter to Honda.

- Jefferson, ME, USA

problem #1

May 012016

CR-V

  • 0 miles
There is not scientific data to support the need of having TPMS. Plus, the TPMS design is bad since the replacement of the batteries require all TPMS unit to be changed. The battery replacement should be done from the outside not requiring to deflate the tires. Also the TPMS should be easy to install directly on the valve requiring the valve to be redesign to accomodate such new TPMS.

- Montreal, NY, USA

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