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Old 02-05-2007, 09:31 AM   #15
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I was at the dealer yesterday looking at the
CR-V.. I asked the salesperson If I could Look at the owners Manual.. The Manual says you can tow on all four.. It lists the things you need to do first before you tow, its pretty straight forward, at least for me anyway..
I think we will be buying this car..
I am 53 years old and have never had a brand
new car.. I think I deserve it!!
Will be buying a motorhome also in a couple more years, but thats another story.. Anyway
I hope this helps someone.. BLT

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Old 02-08-2007, 06:38 AM   #16
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Just purchased new CR-V EL Nav. Love it. Last five hundred mile trip, averaged 31 GPH driving the speed limit. Just had a Blue OX base plate installed. I have a Roadmaster All Terain tow bar that I upgraded with Roadmaster's T-031 head kit for use with the base plate.

Am thinking about installing the Blue Ox BX8869 wiring kit myself. A little concerned on running the wiring to the rear of CRV. Does anyone see a problem with attempting this project?

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Old 02-14-2007, 06:55 PM   #17
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Now that some of you have had your new CR-V's for a while any reports on how they behave as a toad? Thinking about trading toads this year.

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