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  1. Beautiful Vancouver Island, British Columbia

    Western Canada Owners+Alaska V Owners!
    Our rainy season is here but still quite mild and alway much to see here on our Island. Very high concentration of CRV's here. Hope to share my Honda ideas & fixes.
  2. Northern British Columbia!

    Western Canada Owners+Alaska V Owners!
    Hey guys! Prince George here. Anyone around the area?
  3. First Time CRV Owner from British Columbia.

    Greetings & Introductions
    Duplicate of my initial post Post some how went up twice and I couldnt delete this one.
  4. First Time CRV Owner from British Columbia.

    Western Canada Owners+Alaska V Owners!
    Hey, I got my 2013 CRV Touring in May and have been checking this forum out and decided to say hi and post some pictures. I was driving a 2009 Civic DX-G sedan that I had done some mods on but decided I needed something a little bigger. Cheers Cole
  5. Hello from British Columbia

    Greetings & Introductions
    Hello everyone, I recently bought my first CRV (2012 EXL 4WD) and I hope to learn a lot here. I'm a physician in the Interior of British Columbia, Canada, and I travel by road and air as part of my job. I keep my cars a long time and this is only the fourth one I've owned. My beloved 1995...
  6. New From British Columbia , Canada

    Greetings & Introductions
    I am new here EH !:). Just joined tonight. Looks like a really big site so will go into browse mode until I get familiar with it.
  7. New Owner 2010 Tango Red Columbia, MD

    Greetings & Introductions
    Hey Guys Just got a 2010 Tango Red Pearl, Picked it up for 25,500 + Tax and Tags (great deal I think) considering the 09's were only going for a few more hundred cheaper I figure might as well go the route of a 2010 and get the added value. Have a few questions. Whats the Best Foglight Kit I...
  8. New CRV in British Columbia

    Image & Video Gallery
    Just thought I would post my picture from last summer of my new '06 CRV . LOVE the VSA, as it has come in handy a few times on our winter roads :eek: .