Up for sale is my wife's CRV I bought it for her last year but she want to get the new beetle !!!!!!
* The car is in Brand new condition inside and out.
* Zero Scratches or dings.
* I always keep it inside the Garage.
* Rear entertainment System DVD Player makes it real fun for kids, it comes with a Honda bluetooth wireless headphone and a remote control for the DVD system.
* EXL fullyyyyyyyyy Loaded all the options you can get in this car.
* Tires are still new, like 90%.
* Bluetooth System which sync with your phone wireless for music as well as phone system.
* Rubber cargo mat , cargo area cover. all original honda accessories .
* USB charger in center console
* Rear view camera
* Heated seats
* Power driver seats
* All oil changes have been done on Honda Dealership, receipts are all available in glove compartment
* Very powerful car, smooth, strong, GREAT in gas
* All original keys from Honda, including master key, spare key and main key. (also the original tag from Honda that came with car)
* Car has all original books, manuals and all paper work from Honda
* Please check my feedback
* If you have any questions feel free to email me I will be happy to answer any questions about the car
The car has extented warranty bumper to bumper for 100 thousand miles 8 years by honda i bought this warranty thinking my wife will keep it for more than a year and yes the warranty is transferable to the next owner.
my loose is your gain i paid $35k to get this car and the warranty, usually honda comes in with 3 years 36k miles warranty only .
Honda CR-V for Sale
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Honda has announced that it has made an initial investment of $470 million to build a brand new transmission plant in Ceyala, Mexico. For those keeping track, this is the same city that will also house Honda's new automobile manufacturing facility, which will begin production of the Fit compact beginning in the spring of 2014.
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This new transmission plant is expected to come online in the second half of 2015, with an annual production capacity of 350,000 units, though that number is expected to double in the years following the plant's opening. With a 700,000-unit production capacity, Honda says a full 1,500 new associates will be hired at the Mexican plant.
Honda will specifically use this new transmission plant for the production of CVTs for automobiles built in Mexico, as well as for cars produced in facilities around the world. It stands to reason, then, that since the next-generation Honda Fit will be built right around the corner from these new CVTs, the small hatchback - which is expected to grow into a full family of vehicles - could be fitted with continuously variable units in the future.
Honda has released the online configurator for the all-new, 2015 Fit - a vehicle that was scheduled to launch earlier, but was delayed until this month. As is the case with the rest of the Japanese manufacturer's builders, there's not a lot to this one - pick a trim, transmission (where applicable) and a color, and you're all set.
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The 2015 Fit will come in three grades, with the base LX offering up both manual and continuously variable transmission, air conditioning, Bluetooth, USB connectivity, a 60/40 split-rear seat and a four-speaker stereo, among lesser items. The LX starts at $15,525, not counting a $790 destination charge. Next up is the $17,435 EX, which adds 16-inch wheels, push-button start and a seven-inch display audio system complete with Pandora and text-message functionality. Like the LX, the EX can be had with either a manual or CVT, with the two-pedal setup commanding an $800 premium, regardless of trim.
The top-of-the-line EX-L, however, cannot be had with a manual. Getting the king of the Fit line will lock you into the CVT, although it adds an assortment of cow-based products, in the form of heated leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Heated wing mirrors are also included in the $19,800 starting price. Navigation is an optional goodie, which tacks $1,000 onto the price and is only available on the EX-L. HD Radio and satellite radio are also included on the EX-L.
Futurists have been treating 3D printing like it is the second coming of the Industrial Revolution for years. Everyone will have a 3D printer in their garage and be able make practically anything at home before you know it, right? Well... not quite.
While we can imagine a piece of trim breaking on our car and being able to download the file to print a new one at home, the reality is that 3D printing is still in its earliest stages as a consumer device. Still, Honda is capitalizing on the technology by allowing people to make models of its concept cars at home.
The Honda 3D Design Archive currently consists of five models based on the Fuya-Jo, FSR, Kiwami, Puyo, and NSX concepts. The printer files can be downloaded from the web and carry Creative Commons 4.0 licenses, which allow them to be freely shared. Honda promises that more files will be added to the archive soon.