Transimissions on a front wheel drive couldn't be easier to replace, especially on the Cr-v. Well, maybe it's just easy for me. Not as big a deal as a true 4wd vehicle.
The rear wheel engagement is nice in a slip, but I'm planning on putting a full all time 4wd on it, maybe a quatro system or Subaru output. I plan on jacking the 165hp to as much surface area as possible. Either that or it's getting converted to rear-wheel drive. (but that would be when I swap it for a new engine way later) Because I'd have to flip it back forward, rather than sideways.
If adequately maintained, a new Honda CR-V can last between 250,000 to 300,000 miles on the road. This translates into a lifespan of 16 to 20 years, making the CR-V one of the most dependable crossovers in the market. tomzpotmobdro
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