1997, 2002, 2017 my expertese lies there
Until the OPerator comes Forward with a photo!
With the hybrid you can do a limited version of "one-pedal driving".Everytime I change my car some part of me aches
It takes a while to adjust to any car
With a little bit of practice using the regen paddles and driving looking ahead you hardly ever need to use the brake pedal on a crv hybrid
Sorry to hear you are having physical pain from driving.Brand new 2021 CRV EX-L is killing my right hip and leg every time I drive it. We’ve made numerous seat and steering wheel adjustments without relief. We finally realized it is because the brake pedal is higher than the accelerator pedal, so I’m not able to leave my heel on the floor and swivel back and forth to accelerate and brake. The motion of having to lift my leg up and down constantly to brake and accelerate is over stressing the quadricep and hip flexor muscles. QUESTION: Is there a way Honda can adjust my brake pedal to lower it, or raise the accelerator pedal, so they are level?
I don't know why.. but the first thing that came to my mind reading your comment, which echoes my own life experience as well ... was something like this:"Be careful of getting too used to brake hold though. I caught myself creeping forward when driving a car without the feature."
Without showing my age too much I have driven many cars with cable/rod brakes😂😂😂
And no power steering
SO I want a Honda HR-V. and I go to the Dealership, I ask for a Booklet/Brochure. I scroll through it , then later I go back to the Dealership. if they have the Model, I go in the car, and I sit, for 15-30 minutes.