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Old 13th November 2004, 02:46   #1
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Have a CR-V Dec 03 which has done about 16500 km. Confused should we change to the new CR-V A/T. Manual is a NO NO. Are there any real benefits in a change? Also do you people hae any clue how much a MH 04 CR-V should be sold for??
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No point in changing, As the new CR-V just has a few cosmetic changes on the exterior.
Interiors are same.
Engine is same
Gearbox in Auto is same, same suspension.

Hence no point in changing

Also dont expect more than 12 lac for yr used CR-V.
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No point in changing, As the new CR-V just has a few cosmetic changes on the exterior.
Interiors are same.
Engine is same
Big mistake pal, the new CR-V is a 2.4 ltr engine producing 152bhp!!! Drive by wire, 16"wheels, mp3 player, longer body, increased ground clearence. This a completely diff car on the road boy. It'll crack the 10 sec barrier (M/T) to the 100kmph mark.

When Honda makes changes, it doesn't end at "cosmetics".

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Plus the new Auto CR-V will have a 5 speed gearbox.

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Quote[/b] ]Also dont expect more than 12 lac for yr used CR-V.
dont you think its a bit high???

anywayz why do you wanna change the current crv u have??
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aadix nothing fixed just weighing options... no specific reason to change
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Quote[/b] (Shan2nu @ Nov. 13 2004,12:28)]Big mistake pal, the new CR-V is a 2.4 ltr engine producing 152bhp!!! Drive by wire, 16"wheels, mp3 player, longer body, increased ground clearence. This a completely diff car on the road boy. It'll crack the 10 sec barrier (M/T) to the 100kmph mark.

When Honda makes changes, it doesn't end at "cosmetics".

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Sorry everyone ,
I had just overheard it at the gas station.
Tnx Shan2nu for correcting the info.
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i went to the impound compound 2 months back had a crv which the person was ready to leave for 9 laks or 10 max 12 is too high mate. mind u 2005 will start now. so car gets 2 yrs old
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