Monthly Update for October 2017 - 2017 Honda CR-V Long-Term Road Test Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited February 2018 in Honda

imageMonthly Update for October 2017 - 2017 Honda CR-V Long-Term Road Test

October was a busy month for our long-term 2017 Honda CR-V. We added more than 2,000 miles to the odometer with a road trip to Vegas and some heavy commuting miles.

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  • mytchandmbmytchandmb Member Posts: 10
    What is with USB connection on these cars? I have to plug, unplug a couple of times on my 2017 CR-V EX-L. We also lose USB connection on our 2015 X3 and forget about my friend’s 2018 Camry XLE. These are all with iPhone/ iPods. When problems with connections occur and you have to power the system off, the best is to pull over in a safe area. It sad but the 2015 problems has never be resolved and I’m afraid that these may be come a big issue as we get dependent on the smart phones. I thought navigation with smartphones displayed on the screen is the way to go, but if you are dependent on navigation like my kid, I starting to think we may want built in navigation again. Also, my CR-V is the first car in a while that I am listening to the radio so I don’t have to deal with the connection issue for short trips. Don’t take me wrong, this is a great CUV.
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