What should I look for in a used Honda CR-V estate?
The CR-V is still a fairly new model, so you should expect any used examples from a franchised Honda dealer to look almost factory-fresh. Even so, check for dents and scratches to the bodywork, kerb damage to the alloy wheels and any rips or stains on the seat upholstery and carpets.
What are the most common problems with a used Honda CR-V estate?
This generation of CR-V is a bit too new to have shown up any major problems. However, you may find that the infotainment system can be frustratingly slow to respond and difficult to use while you're driving, but you can improve matters by adjusting the response time in one of the settings menus.
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