Over the past week, I’ve had three people tell me that they’re hearing a horrendous buzzing sound when I talk to the over the Bluetooth connection on my 2012 Honda CR-V. This after six months of flawless performance. Perplexed, I investigated.
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As a followup to my article about installing a roof rack on a Honda Odyssey, I wanted to address a question that I received via e-mail: How long does the installation take? Sure, you can save a ton, but is it worth the time invested?
I recently installed a cargo rack (roof rails + cross bars) on our 2012 Honda Odyssey. I thought about having it done at the dealer, but their price was ridiculous. Thus, I decided to do it myself. What follows are some notes on the installation.
In the past month, we’ve bought two new vehicles — a Honda Odyssey EX and a Honda CR-V EX. As we always do when we get a new vehicle, we also bought custom floor mats to protect the carpet from our four kids.
As I’ve noted previously, I recently bought a new 2012 Honda CR-V EX with 2WD. This vehicle is rated for 23 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway, and I’ve been very pleased with its real-world performance.
Having just bought a 2012 Honda CR-V, I wanted to share a tidbit that I first discovered on the test drive… This vehicle now sports an “expanded-view” driver’s side mirror which is actually kind of annoying.
Having bought and sold (or traded) a couple of cars recently, I wanted to share some insight on determining the value of a used car. As it turns out, there are multiple sources for this info, including both Edmunds and the Kelley Blue Book (KBB).
While on our end-of-summer vacation, we noticed a crack in our windshield. When we spotted it, we were about halfway into a six hour drive to the beach, so there wasn’t much we could do other than watch it grow – and grow!