My mother drives a 2012 CR-V AWD, which she bought from CarMax a couple of years ago. She's very happy with the vehicle, but recently she noticed that when using turn signals, the clicking sound coming from the gauge cluster is barely audible. She lives ten hours away from me, so I can't verify...
I have a 2016 Honda CRV SE.
Need to get new tires and wanted to get CRV fans a tire that is quiet on the highway and s moth riding.
The original has 50,000 miles and had some road noise problem from the beginning. Any suggestions would help?
I just bought a new 2018 EX-L. It has a bit of road noise and I would like to try to quiet it down. I had success with our Acura on changing to Michelin tires and got a better ride and less noise. I would like to consider putting on Michelin Premier LTX or Michelin Premier A/S or Michelin...
Trying to determine if this is "normal". We've noticed that the speakers in the backseats (Touring model) are extremely quiet unless the audio is fully faded to the rear. Everything seems fine on the front speakers but rear audio is unusually quiet. Has anyone else noticed this?
I just recently traded in my 2008 CR-V LX for a 2016 CR-V EX-L. The old CR-V had a distinctive engine sound that I referred to the "Honda hum" that was always just there when I drove. In the new one, I don't hear much of anything, including the hum. What changed?
I was going nuts from the tire noise on my old 98 CRV. The Goodyear TAs still had plenty of tread life, but I took advantage of a buy 3 get 1 free and got Michelin Defenders. Tire roar now gone. Of course there are some new noises I couldn't hear before, but at least they are intermittent.
I just got a 2010 cr-v. I'm lookin to put a performance muffler on it but don't want it annoyin the hell out of me while we're driving. This will be our "travel" vehicle. So i'm attempting to keep it quiet for a change, unlike all my previous vehicles. LET ME KNOW!
My '07 CR-V has the Conti-Trac 225/65-17's that I've always felt were a bit noisy. Now that they're worn out at 42K miles, it's much worse, so I'd like to replace them with something a lot quieter. No need for aggressive tread or high performance profile...just good wear, decent wet traction...