We've come across a few 2005 CRVs on the road and proclaim that body-color is better. Honda has fancied up the CRV nose with new headlights and teh Special Edition gets a body-color front and rear bumpers which help the look ten-fold. The gray bumpers was an 1980's trick to make model cheaper by adding less panels to paint and the $22,000 CRV was not flattered by the look, even if it was to appear "rugged".
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