Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Auction Watch: 2001 Honda CR-V EX AWD

Find this 2001 Honda CR-V EX AWD here on eBay offered for $1,200 buy-it-now or make-offer located in Bloomingdale, NJ.

Vehicle Overview:



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2.0L I4

Automatic 4-Speed

Vehicle Specification:


2-way rear tailgate/glass hatch combination
Dual body-color pwr mirrors
Rear splash guards

Body-color door handles
Front/rear intermittent wipers
Tinted glass


Adjustable steering column
AM/FM stereo w/CD player-inc: (4) speakers
Cargo hook
Door pocket storage bins
Dual vanity mirrors
Front/rear accessory outlets
Full-flat reclining rear seats w/tilt-up seat cushions, adjustable outboard head restraints
Low fuel indicator light
Pwr windows w/driver-side auto-down
Rear window defroster w/timer
Remote glass hatch release

Air conditioning w/micron air filtration system
Cargo area light
Cruise control
Driver seat manual height adjustment
Floor mats
Front/rear beverage holders
Lockable glove compartment
Map lights
Rear seat heater ducts
Reclining front bucket seats w/adjustable head restraints
Removable folding picnic table (25"H x 26"W x 30.5"L)
Waterproof rear storage well


(5) 15" alloy wheels
2.0L DOHC MPFI 16-valve I4 engine
4-speed electronically-controlled automatic transmission w/OD, Grade Logic Control System
Exterior spare tire carrier w/tire cover
P205/70SR15 all-season mud & snow SBR tires
Real-Time 4-wheel drive

15.3 gallon fuel tank
4.36 final drive ratio
4-wheel double wishbone suspension
Front/rear stabilizer bars
Pwr front ventilated disc/rear drum brakes
Variable-assist pwr rack-and-pinion steering


Childproof rear door locks
Front 3-point seat belts-inc: automatic tensioning system, adjustable anchors
Rear child seat tether anchors

Driver & front passenger airbags (SRS)
Rear 3-point seat belts w/center lap belt


  1. I always find it odd when I see an ad for a used car that just lists all the features and characteristics from when the car was new. That has so little to do with purchasing a used car....

  2. This is the kind of car that you could by, drive, sell and break even

  3. I'm surprised how many of these I still see on the road - not the blander models that came after, but this design. I wonder if they'll achieve classic status, and what niche they'd occupy in car culture at that point.

  4. These were really well made light duty wagons - as I've learned from wrenching on my MIL's 1997. If you need a cheap utility vehicle $1200 seems like great value.

    Hopefully not necessary for any of you guys, but here's how I fixed a near-total-loss crunch to the front end:


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