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This was the first time using the new whip to haul drum gear, and it did just fine :) I didn't do a really proper packing job, and I could have fit a bit more hear and there if I needed to, but I didn't really need to, this was a full kit, I didn't leave anything at home. The CR-V Hybrid is a smidge tighter than the 07 Pilot was, but nothing that's an issue.
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This was the first time using the new whip to haul drum gear, and it did just fine :) I didn't do a really proper packing job, and I could have fit a bit more hear and there if I needed to, but I didn't really need to, this was a full kit, I didn't leave anything at home. The CR-V Hybrid is a smidge tighter than the 07 Pilot was, but nothing that's an issue. View attachment 157651
Nice, I’m 2 months into my 22 Hybrid and still love driving it driving to the store I didn’t feel any bumps on the road, today I took my old car which is now my wife’s car a 17 Rouge S basic model I felt everything ohh my god the difference. Allot of people complain about the infotainment system but I came from a car with basic radio, and no CarPlay only a 3 inch reverse camera when I saw the infotainment system I was like ohh what have I been missing all these years lol. I think the 23 hybrid are running a different or updated hybrid system kind of glad I got the 22 instead. Usually new models needs a test year for them to work out the kinks and such, that was what the 2020 owners were for, for our generation it came through with not to much problems at all these 2.0 engines are supposed to be beast and should last a lifetime.
 

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Nice, I’m 2 months into my 22 Hybrid and still love driving it driving to the store I didn’t feel any bumps on the road, today I took my old car which is now my wife’s car a 17 Rouge S basic model I felt everything ohh my god the difference. Allot of people complain about the infotainment system but I came from a car with basic radio, and no CarPlay only a 3 inch reverse camera when I saw the infotainment system I was like ohh what have I been missing all these years lol. I think the 23 hybrid are running a different or updated hybrid system kind of glad I got the 22 instead. Usually new models needs a test year for them to work out the kinks and such, that was what the 2020 owners were for, for our generation it came through with not to much problems at all these 2.0 engines are supposed to be beast and should last a lifetime.
I / we felt the same about getting the well-vetted 22 vs the newly redone 23. And also same re: coming from the old school of actual CD players and actual radios and what not, I have no problem whatsoever with the 22's 'less popular' infotainment system lol it's great! I also actually enjoy hitting Sport mode once in a while, it's no Type R but it's plenty peppy to make driving fun.
 

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I use mine for delivering food. I've fit 15 Chipotle catering boxes in the back. I also delivered Amazon packages last December and the entire rear filed with boxes of all sizes. I delivered those boxes to Golden Colorado, many of those roads up there are dirt roads and drove up some driveways I would not take a car.

I've had my hybrid for almost a year now and would not give it up. I bought a second CR-V this week, no hybrid though but both are touring models. Being able to open the lift gate without using a key fob when my hands are full is one of my most used features.
 
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