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2011 Honda CR-V LX
68,354 Miles | Fontana, CA
$13,999
est. $252/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX
83,172 Miles | Wilmington, NC
$16,998
est. $306/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX-L
16,828 Miles | Sacramento, CA
$21,998
est. $396/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V SE
108,164 Miles | Modesto, CA
$14,998
est. $270/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX-L
119,327 Miles | Gainesville, FL
$14,998
est. $270/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX
99,866 Miles | Online Only
$12,950
est. $233/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX-L
84,443 Miles | Online Only
$14,950
est. $269/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V SE
100,971 Miles | Chesapeake, VA
$12,700
est. $228/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V LX
128,643 Miles | Yorkville, NY
$9,587
est. $172/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX-L
96,614 Miles | Nanuet, NY
$14,995
est. $270/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX
50,742 Miles | Troy, NY
$15,000
est. $270/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V SE
73,063 Miles | Orchard Park, NY
$14,473
est. $260/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX
63,852 Miles | Redding, CA
$15,995
est. $288/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V SE
52,689 Miles | Culver City, CA
$14,420
est. $259/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX-L
173,840 Miles | Sterling, VA
$10,000
est. $180/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX
92,455 Miles | Orchard Park, NY
$13,192
est. $237/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX-L w/Navi
115,693 Miles | Mobile, AL
$12,690
est. $228/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V LX
58,934 Miles | Klamath Falls, OR
$18,949
est. $341/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V SE
122,117 Miles | Thousand Oaks, CA
$10,900
est. $196/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V EX-L
82,054 Miles | Highlands Ranch, CO
$15,481
est. $278/mo

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2011 Honda CR-V Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 Honda CR-V - Honda CRV forever

Brittney
Greensboro, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I've been a CRV person since I bought my mom's when I was in my early 20s, and I'm on my second one since then. It would be hard for me to buy anything that's not a Honda for the rest of my life. I'm not a car person, and I think the utility of an SUV is default requirement for me. However, I'm also broke, so SUV fuel prices have never seemed great to me. With my CRV, I don't have to worry about burning gas everywhere I go. This is the most fuel efficient vehicle. CRVs have an incredible amount of storage space for "small to medium" size SUVs. My sister, her boyfriend, her two kids and all their luggage recently took a 10-hour drive to vacation in Florida and used my CRV in lieu of a rent. They said it was perfectly comfortable, fit all their luggage with plenty of leg room to spare. T... (more)
Story
To be honest, I have a lot of fun in my CRV. Most of it revolves around dogs and kids (my two nieces). My brother, sister and I are really close, and there are two kids in our immediate family. Two labs and us being in our early thirties means that we still go do a lot of outdoor stuff, and we spend exorbitant amounts of money in the hardware store getting stuff for our enormous backyard parad... (more)
Pros
There aren't many features on mine. It's the basic version. However, there's a removable shelf in the back trunk area, and that is the most incredibly awesome feature. Just something little, but essentially splits the trunk into two levels. Incredibly useful for shopping and storing luggage, etc. Also, the car is the most reliable car you can really get. You can drive those things into the ground and they don't complain. You will almost always get from point A to point B in a Honda CRV.
Cons
It's pretty basic. It's a 2011 and I get that there weren't a whole lot of new fangled connectivity features back then. However, CRVs, in my opinion, have always been notoriously underwhelming when it comes to bells and whistles. I guess that's the trade-off you accept for incredible gas mileage, SUV roominess, good price and the ability to get 250,000+ miles out of the vehicle.

2011 Honda CR-V - A reliable, spacious car without many frills.

CR-V Owner
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought my grey Honda CR-V used two years ago. I like that the car is an SUV, but it's not much to look at. The interior is leather, though not of the highest quality and tears easily. The vinyl on the inside of the car is beige. There are electric windows and electric seats, including heat seats, which I love. The car has a standard size moon roof. In terms of spaciousness, it's pretty good. All of the seats can be laid down in the back and stowed away to make room for large items (i.e. if you're moving or transporting large items). Mechanically, it's a great car, as most Honda's are. I've never had any engine or transmission problems. The brakes that came on the car have to be replaced more than I'd like, and the battery is prone to going out. I do hate the lack of USB charging opti... (more)
Story
No story.
Pros
It's very spacious for the cost. It requires very little maintenance and the gas mileage is great. I really like the moon roof (that comes standard) and the heat seats. Those are probably the best things about the car.
Cons
It is very "no-frills". The interior, though leather, isn't very fancy, and the vinyl inside the car will make it look cheap very quickly if it's not well taken-care of. Also, there is literally one USB port to charge your phone, and it definitely doesn't work for beans. I think it actually drains the power from your phone instead of actually charging it. I'm also suspicious that this very sketchy USB port is responsible for the many battery problems I have had over the life of the car. Honestly, I've had everything from top-of-the-line to Walmart batteries, and all have died within months... (more)