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My brother-in-law just bought my sister a used 2012 CR-V with 14,000 miles and the first day she drove it she heard an awful noise. They thought it was the brakes. Now they have a loaner car and she has spoken to several service managers at both the Acura & Honda dealership. She was told various stories, one of which the 2012 model makes that noise but there hasn't been a recall yet. Also, she has contacted Honda Corporate office and she is waiting for a call back. I test drove the 2013 & 2014 CR-V when looking for a car and my husband and I thought it had too much road noise, also my husband is over 6 feet and he did not have enough room on the passenger side. I am so glad we chose not to get it. Unfortunately for Honda, since they do make a great Accord & Cross tour.
Right from purchase our 2013 AWD had a vibration and a noise. It turned out to be the propeller shaft, and we had it replaced under warranty. Our Bridgestone tires are somewhat noisy, as is the transmission. I drove some others equipped the same, ad they had the same tire and transmission whines.
lzc said:It's a common problem with SUVs. The rushing air has no where to go. Old VW beetles used to have the problem too with their front windows down. They solved the problem with rear windows that popped out an inch or two.
It's a common problem with SUVs. The rushing air has no where to go. Old VW beetles used to have the problem too with their front windows down. They solved the problem with rear windows that popped out an inch or two.
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