fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
12,528 miles

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2012 Honda CR-V Owner Comments

problem #2

Mar 172014


  • 20,056 miles


My 2012 CR-V has customizable auto door lock function. It has couple option. 1. with vehicle speed, 2. shift from P. problem with option 2. I select option 2. because I want to get more secure safety. Not less the secure safety. When I was escaping from close road, I need to drive back. I started engine and open driver door to make sure my rear tire is going right way. Changed gear P to R. and door didn't automatically lock. I guess there is protection for when driver door open and engine running, door didn't lock itself. I understand that. But I escape from there and close door and change gear R to D. and drive up to 40 mph. And door is still unlock. This is an error. They can not advertise they have auto lock function for safety. The function give people to understand for have more secure safety by car. They must watch safety while car is driving more then 20mph over 500 feet. If they think really care about safety, they should lock other doors at least. And keep watch what's car status.

- White Plains, NY, USA

problem #1

Oct 072012

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 5,000 miles
The Honda hands free system is very dangerous. You say a voice command, then squint at the dash screen to see what it says. It may take 20 commands and 20 times you have to read the screen to get to the person you want to call. It requires me to take my eyes off the road 20 times. It is much worse than holding the phone. With a clip-on the visor hands free adaptor, all I had to do was say the name, and it would call. I have written Honda about this but they haven't responded. There should be some kind of inspection or approval for these hands-free devices.

- San Clemente, CA, USA

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