2002 CR-V Photos

LX 4dr 4x4
2002 Honda CR-V

Honda is treading on tender parchment with its new CR-V. Is it a yet another mini-sport utility? Or is it a revisionist/retro station wagon? Actually, it's neither. Or it's both, depending on your aesthetic/measurement.

As such, it bests many of its immediate competitors in both qualitative and quantitative measures, while trailing in a few minor areas. At the same time, it faces off against a major, up-scale demi-ute bearing a logo more often seen on a squared-off 4X4 loping across sand dunes or winching a lesser vehicle out of a bog.

The new CR-V still isn't an off-road vehicle, but it is a major improvement over the previous model.
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Honda is treading on tender parchment with its new CR-V. Is it a yet another mini-sport utility? Or is it a revisionist/retro station wagon? Actually, it's neither. Or it's both, depending on your aesthetic/measurement.

As such, it bests many of its immediate competitors in both qualitative and quantitative measures, while trailing in a few minor areas. At the same time, it faces off against a major, up-scale demi-ute bearing a logo more often seen on a squared-off 4X4 loping across sand dunes or winching a lesser vehicle out of a bog.

The new CR-V still isn't an off-road vehicle, but it is a major improvement over the previous model.
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Retail Price

$19,200 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 2.4LI-4
MPG 21 City / 25 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 5-spd man w/OD
Power 160 @ 6000 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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