Did you know that the 2017 CR-V Cargo Floor has two settings? So what happens when you own an accessory cargo tray? Let’s find out. Contact me! @HondaJessica on Facebook or toll free at 1-888-244-6632.
Lane Keeping Assist System* is a Honda driver-assistive feature that can assist steering to help keep the vehicle in the middle of a detected lane. It will provide audible and visual alerts to the driver and apply torque to the steering wheel when the vehicle begins to leave the lane without turn-signal activation.
The exciting new 2015 CR-V Touring is now available with new styling, luxury features and a suite of advanced technologies designed to enhance and assist driver awareness, they include: LaneWatch™, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keeping Assist System and the Collision Mitigation Braking System™. Check out this video for a closer look.
Upgrade your 2012-2014 CR-V to the telescoping visors from the 2015! These visors slide out allowing you more versatility. As an added bonus the new style visors have two vanity lights instead of one. Visors are the same color code as 2012-2014 CR-V models (YR416L) but are fabric instead of vinyl.
These procedures cover the 2013-2015 Accord, 2014 CR-V and 2015 Fit.
Before You Start
1. Make sure the vehicle is stopped and the vehicle is in neutral or park.
2. Make sure all the tires are the same size and type.
3. Set the tire pressures to the recommended cold inflation values listed on the driver’s door jam.
4. Turn the ignition on.