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2012 with 112k miles. Had it since 33k miles. It's freakishly reliable and very easy to work on for maintenance. It checks all the boxes for a family SUV, but it's seriously outdated by 2023 Standards. It's still my grocery getter but I prefer to drive something more comfortable with better tech when driving longer distances. Everytime I feel like getting rid of it, I read this thread and decide to keep it a little longer 馃槄
 

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2012 with 112k miles. Had it since 33k miles. It's freakishly reliable and very easy to work on for maintenance. It checks all the boxes for a family SUV, but it's seriously outdated by 2023 Standards. It's still my grocery getter but I prefer to drive something more comfortable with better tech when driving longer distances. Everytime I feel like getting rid of it, I read this thread and decide to keep it a little longer 馃槄
That鈥檚 how I felt about my 2013. I ended up getting rid of it to buy a truck since I鈥檝e been a home owner for a couple years and having a truck made life easier. I do miss it though because it never gave me one issue.
 

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I have a 2006 Honda CRB.. Presently it is at 335,723. I was hoping to get it to 400000 but I have a bath going bad.. I have always said I will drive this car to it dies. I'm a little sad that might happen sooner than I wanted to. There really isn't tons of rust on the body. But My mechanic swith this many miles on the original transmission it's not worth putting $4000 into a new engine
 

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I drive a CRV diesel in the UK. Over 220,000 miles, still nudging 45mpg on the highway at 65mph. Had an intermittent electrical problem for a lot of those miles (bought her at around 85,000), found it was a faulty plug going into the Throttle Position Sensor (it took a while to work out). Otherwise has run sweet.

I drive a CRV diesel in the UK. Over 220,000 miles, still nudging 45mpg on the highway at 65mph. Had an intermittent electrical problem for a lot of those miles (bought her at around 85,000), found it was a faulty plug going into the Throttle Position Sensor (it took a while to work out). Otherwise has run sweet.
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I have a 2013 Kona Coffee Metallic EX-L with 116k miles. Very reliable with a wheel bearing and a coil pack being the only needed repair outside of regular maintenance.
 
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