really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
1 / 0
Average Mileage:
48,000 miles

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2012 Honda CR-V wheels / hubs problems

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2012 Honda CR-V Owner Comments

problem #2

Oct 252015


  • 78,000 miles


The inside rear tires wear out in about 3000 miles (the rest of the tires are ok)you cannot see the wear unless your under the car and know they have a camber problem that they should take care of its very dangerous when wires come throughand looking mostly at good tread from outside in.they need to supply the camber control arm(adjustable fixed)these are tires in the rear of my 2012 Honda CRV exl AWD. Honda dealers just say they dont have a problem. The fixed will cost at least $500 plus another set of tires.

- Donora, PA, USA

problem #1

Jun 292013

CR-V 4-cyl

  • 18,000 miles
Driver reported hearing loud pop from right side (assumed to be front tire blowout). She described steering locked up and was unable to turn wheel. Lost control of vehicle on a curving 2 lane road. She describes braking was ineffective, and her vehicle right front corner hit a vehicle in opposite lane, both vehicles spun 180 and CRV ended up upright in a ditch off the road. Right front wheel and suspension was completely disconnected from vehicle. Rear right wheel broke from suspension. Car airbags deployed properly, and driver was just bruised and scraped up. This vehicle has had 2 issues with TPMS (tire-pressure monitor system). Vehicle was returned to dealer for service after two days after purchase when TPMS indicator came on 10 minutes away from dealership after purchase (service dept was closed the next day). Second time was 3 days after service, technician reported that "previous tech didn't adjust the spare tire TPMS. That's what caused the errors". months later tires appeared to be low, but TPMS system didn't indicate anything, driver wondered if the service techs disabled the TPMS system completely? car was at dealer Jan 12, 2013 for door lock recall. Described TPMS issues to tech, nothing reported. Car was due to go back to shop a month or two after the accident for 1 year check-up. Driver states she will not buy another Honda.. this one just had too many problems from the start.

- Rancho Cucamonga, CA, USA

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