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2002 HONDA CRV Crossover

ID MHON-080052VT JHLRD78862CO80052

Price $5,795

HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795

Specs

Year : 2002
Make : HONDA
Model : CRV
Miles : 229,453
Transmission : Automatic
Exterior color : GOLD
Interior color : GOLD
Doors : 4 Doors
Stock : MHON-080052VT
VIN : JHLRD78862CO80052
Title : Other

Description

The 2002 Honda CRV has been the best SUV I have owned. It was redesigned in 200 I believe and this model is a highly sought after car due to it's reliability, handling, and features. ... Never any problems with my '02 and I'll probably keep it for a few more years; until Honda comes up with a better design anyway.

Several newcomers have entered the compact sport utility vehicle market since Honda launched its car-based CR-V as a 1997 model. To help combat that assault, Honda totally redesigned its compact SUV, which went on sale in November 2001. The 2002 CR-V has a cleaner, freshened appearance and gains both interior space and additional room behind the rear seats. A new 160-horsepower, 2.4-liter, four-cylinder i-VTEC engine replaces the previous 146-hp 2.0-liter, and torque output has grown by 22 percent.

Honda sought a ?major leap forward,? says Chief Engineer Takahiro Hachigo, noting that customers had criticized three things about the initial CR-V: engine power, cabin space and cargo room. Interior space has grown by approximately 3.65 inches in front and an inch in the rear, for an 8-cubic-foot increase ? and the cargo area is about 3.8 inches longer than before. Headroom has grown by 2 inches, and front-seat cushions are bigger.

The first-generation CR-V became the most popular car-based model on the market. Honda sold 118,260 units in 2000, which was a slight drop from the 1999 sales figure, according to Automotive News. Rivals include the Toyota RAV4, the more recent Mazda Tribute and the Ford Escape, which currently is the segment sales leader. The latest CR-V will be produced both in Japan and, starting in 2002, England. About 70 percent of CR-Vs will have an automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.

Exterior
Increased slightly in exterior dimensions, the 2002 CR-V is sleeker in shape than the previous version. It features a short, sharply raked nose and high-visibility rear lights. The CR-V measures 178.6 inches long overall, rides a 103.2-inch wheelbase and stands 66.2 inches tall.

Traditional SUV styling continues to conceal the CR-V?s passenger-car platform. Bending rigidity is 30 percent better than before, while torsional rigidity has improved by 50 percent. LX and EX models are offered, and the latter is equipped with a moonroof and privacy glass.

Interior
The CR-V continues to offer seating for five occupants: bucket seats up front and a three-place rear bench that folds flat. New reclining-sliding, 60/40-split ?fold and tumble? rear seats also have been added. Interior width has grown by 3.6 inches, and interior volume now amounts to 106 cubic feet. Cargo volume is 72 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down and 33.5 cubic feet with the seats up. The automatic-transmission shift and parking-brake levers are now positioned below the instrument panel; prior models placed the gearshift on the steering column.

Under the Hood
A new 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with i-VTEC ?intelligent? valve control replaces the prior 2.0-liter four-cylinder. Developing 160 hp ? an increase of 14 hp ? the new engine produces 162 pounds-feet of torque, which is 29 pounds-feet more than before. Nitrous oxide emissions are down to one-eighth of the prior level, and the CR-V meets 2004 Low Emissions Vehicle (LEV2) standards.

The engine mates with either a five-speed manual or a new four-speed-automatic transmission with ?intelligent? grade logic. Front-drive and four-wheel-drive models are available. Honda?s Real Time 4WD system engages automatically to maintain traction.

Safety
All-disc brakes are new for 2002, and antilock brakes with Brake Assist are standard on the EX model. Side-impact airbags are standard on the EX and optional on the LX. A bumper beam has been added to all models to match the height of passenger car bumpers.

Driving Impressions
From the first moment, the new CR-V feels like a completely different vehicle ? quiet, smooth, refined and classy. Neatly stable, it stays easily on course and maneuvers crisply, which yields an enjoyable road experience. Although the ride is not wholly gentle, it?s smooth most of the time. Occupants can feel the bumps, but few are annoying.

Pleasantly peppy with a manual transmission, the CR-V isn?t quite as vigorous with the automatic gearbox during steep, demanding upgrades. Downshifts under har

Features

Other

Several newcomers have entered the compact sport utility vehicle market since Honda launched its car-based CR-V as a 1997 model. To help combat that assault

Honda totally redesigned its compact SUV

which went on sale in November 2001. The 2002 CR-V has a cleaner

freshened appearance and gains both interior space and additional room behind the rear seats. A new 160-horsepower

2.4-liter

four-cylinder i-VTEC engine replaces the previous 146-hp 2.0-liter

and torque output has grown by 22 percent.

Honda sought a ?major leap forward

? says Chief Engineer Takahiro Hachigo

noting that customers had criticized three things about the initial CR-V: engine power

cabin space and cargo room. Interior space has grown by approximately 3.65 inches in front and an inch in the rear

for an 8-cubic-foot increase ? and the cargo area is about 3.8 inches longer than before. Headroom has grown by 2 inches

and front-seat cushions are bigger.

The first-generation CR-V became the most popular car-based model on the market. Honda sold 118

260 units in 2000

which was a slight drop from the 1999 sales figure

according to Automotive News. Rivals include the Toyota RAV4

the more recent Mazda Tribute and the Ford Escape

which currently is the segment sales leader. The latest CR-V will be produced both in Japan and

starting in 2002

England. About 70 percent of CR-Vs will have an automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.

Exterior
Increased slightly in exterior dimensions

the 2002 CR-V is sleeker in shape than the previous version. It features a short

sharply raked nose and high-visibility rear lights. The CR-V measures 178.6 inches long overall

rides a 103.2-inch wheelbase and stands 66.2 inches tall.

Traditional SUV styling continues to conceal the CR-V?s passenger-car platform. Bending rigidity is 30 percent better than before

while torsional rigidity has improved by 50 percent. LX and EX models are offered

and the latter is equipped with a moonroof and privacy glass.

Interior
The CR-V continues to offer seating for five occupants: bucket seats up front and a three-place rear bench that folds flat. New reclining-sliding

60/40-split ?fold and tumble? rear seats also have been added. Interior width has grown by 3.6 inches

and interior volume now amounts to 106 cubic feet. Cargo volume is 72 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down and 33.5 cubic feet with the seats up. The automatic-transmission shift and parking-brake levers are now positioned below the instrument panel

prior models placed the gearshift on the steering column.

Under the Hood
A new 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with i-VTEC ?intelligent? valve control replaces the prior 2.0-liter four-cylinder. Developing 160 hp ? an increase of 14 hp ? the new engine produces 162 pounds-feet of torque

which is 29 pounds-feet more than before. Nitrous oxide emissions are down to one-eighth of the prior level

and the CR-V meets 2004 Low Emissions Vehicle (LEV2) standards.

The engine mates with either a five-speed manual or a new four-speed-automatic transmission with ?intelligent? grade logic. Front-drive and four-wheel-drive models are available. Honda?s Real Time 4WD system engages automatically to maintain traction.

Safety
All-disc brakes are new for 2002

and antilock brakes with Brake Assist are standard on the EX model. Side-impact airbags are standard on the EX and optional on the LX. A bumper beam has been added to all models to match the height of passenger car bumpers.

Driving Impressions
From the first moment

the new CR-V feels like a completely different vehicle ? quiet

smooth

refined and classy. Neatly stable

it stays easily on course and maneuvers crisply

which yields an enjoyable road experience. Although the ride is not wholly gentle

it?s smooth most of the time. Occupants can feel the bumps

but few are annoying.

Pleasantly peppy with a manual transmission

the CR-V isn?t quite as vigorous with the automatic gearbox during steep

demanding upgrades. Downshifts under har

Standard Equipment

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HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
HONDA CRV 2002 price $5,795
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