Sounds like an accident waiting to happen to me.I pointed this out as item 8A on my list in this thread.
My mom noticed this first as she is very much on the short side and it affected her comfort.
My issue is that I tend to place things that I want to keep control of(like take out) on that spot in the floor close to the driver.
I apologize if I responded incorrectly. My point was that when a car maker designs a car they consider the normal use of the car, that is people sitting in the seats. One can find references to not placing objects on the floor of the car where they might move around and interfere with the operations or safety of the vehicle.Guess reading comprehension is a bit of an issue
"Front passenger footwell - not level??"
Maybe I could have been clearer saying the "drivers side of the passenger footwell" but it seemed obvious from the context.
Since the center divider makes it impossible for anything to cross over to the driver side floor - point 1 is moot.
And I'll guess I have to appologize for not crawling around on my hands and knees over every sq in of every sqft of floor surface in the vehicle at the dealer.
If this site is not for a frank and open discussion of the positives and negatives of ownership of a 2017 Honda CRV, (and maybe Honda droppin in and find a hint or two on how to make their products better) then maybe I need to take my advertising consuming eyeballs elsewere.