If you own a Honda CRV, then you may require Honda CRV parts as a replacement to the original equipment or as an additional fittings to enhance the performance. If you sense any change in the performance or the driving experience then you need to look for any problem with the working of any of the car parts. At Car Parts Warehouse we have quality products that you can place the orders for your Honda CRV cars. You can find a full gamut of car parts for all domestic and imported vehicles. Just by selecting the year, model and make of the vehicle you can find genuine OEM replacement parts from our online catalog. We ensure free shipping of all car parts orders above $50.
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Since 1996, the Honda CRV has been a mainstay of the sport utility vehicle (SUV) market around the world. For a model that is over twenty years old, it may be surprising to learn that the meaning behind the CRV label is not very well documented. It ranges from "chromium-vanadium wheels" to the Japanese version as "comfortable, runabout vehicle." Regardless of the real history behind the term, the version popular in the UK and US seems to describe the CRV well, a "compact recreational vehicle".
While it was designed for the family, the CRV was somewhat unique at the time it was introduced because its four-wheel drive option affords the lucky owner many more opportunities for adventure, whether in the wilds of the city or a peaceful and refreshing off-road adventure. However, like many four-wheel drive cars, it's a good idea to get a good source of the original equipment manufacture or OEM Honda CRV parts. Honda CRV forums on the internet are also a great source of information.
From 1996 through 2001, the CRV only came in a standard model package. In 2001, Honda began to differentiate with three models, the standard, the LX and the EX. It's hard to remember when anti-lock brakes weren't considered standard, but they were included starting with the 2001 major model update, as long as you were buying the most expensive version, the EX.
By 2005, the CRV included many upgrades in safety features, increased horsepower, drive-by-wire throttle control and many comfort and design upgrades. Of course, with increased options comes an increased need to keep the Honda CRV parts list handy. As an example of change from one year to the next, the CRV switched from one tail light bulb to two bulbs. A good copy of the Honda CRV parts diagram is probably essential. The 2005 updates included XM radio and improved stereo systems. Fast forward just a few years and in 2013, the additional of USB and iPod inputs are a great indication of the speed of change in cars generally.
The CRV also reached another milestone in 2007 as it surpassed the Ford Escort to become the number one selling SUV in the US. Considering Honda's legendary longevity, coupled with its high safety ratings from multiple ratings sources, if you buy a Honda CRV, you may find yourself one day searching online for original used Honda CRV parts and accessories.
When Honda introduced the CRV, the company did not want to advertise it because they thought it wouldn't have a market. That's one mistake Honda was glad to correct. Honda now produces over four hundred CRVs per day for the Canadian and US markets alone. Whether it's an original 1996 model or the latest 2017 that includes Bluetooth connectivity, rear view cameras, internet connectivity and multiple DVD players, Honda has created a legend. No doubt, every loyal CRV owner still gets a thrill from seeing an ad that says "For sale. 98 Honda CRV."