I'm not sure, but I haven't discovered it yet. Haven't looked for it until now. The Wally World pickup groceries asks you to stay in your car and they will load the groceries.Are you sure it doesn't? Most all have a unlock/release button just not one that will automatically raise the liftgate.
The way the LX tailgate works is you have to push the button while pulling up on the gate to get it started. Just pushing the button will do nothing except release the locking mechanism.. so naturally... pushing a remote button would likewise do nothing.Are you sure it doesn't? Most all have a unlock/release button just not one that will automatically raise the liftgate.
You get what you pay for. You want more features, you pay more.LX takes "base level" to a new dimension. Can't release the hatch from the inside, headlights are manual ...
I'm actually quite impressed with the amount of features available in the base LX. Also, I've got auto headlights on mine. Must be one of those 'country specific' features. There are definitely differences between the Canada vs USA base LX models.LX takes "base level" to a new dimension. Can't release the hatch from the inside, headlights are manual ...
Far superior performance that nets 0.1s difference in 0-60 and 1/4 mile times?If you’re happy with lx - great. But the 1.5 turbo has far superior performance all across rpm range giving the crv a more luxurious driving experience. So you absolutely would notice driving your non batch opening crv home as your grocery getter. But some of us are cheap or can’t afford the higher trims. I’m usually the former.
if you press the ‘trunk’ button on the fob while car is locked it will just unlock the trunk and not the rest of the car allowing access once then lock.I'm not sure, but I haven't discovered it yet. Haven't looked for it until now. The Wally World pickup groceries asks you to stay in your car and they will load the groceries.
Had to get out to open the hatch.
So you are cheap like me. It’s ok admission is the first step lol. But no need to justify by starting up about the engine being the same, inferior or whatever. And if your drive is only 5 miles not necessitating certain features, I guess no need for cruise, power windows, etc. and if you don’t need much of a vehicle, I guess you should be fine opening your hatch. Sounds like it could be good exercise?Far superior performance that nets 0.1s difference in 0-60 and 1/4 mile times?
Luxurious driving experience? Again my commutes to grocery, work, etc are typically less than 5 miles. I'll suffer through the driving experience afforded by the LX.
I considered a higher trim, but many of the features weren't really worth it to me. And that's before I knew about 1.5T OD problems.
My only justification for an upper trim level would be the safety features.
... and I also for believe for 2020 in the USA the 2.4 is no longer available and so 1.5t for all trims now including LX.It seems to me that this discussion was about what features owners of the LX model wish it had.
NHBFAN...what year is your CR-V? As of 2020 the LX model now includes all the safety features as standard.
Pretty sure you only have an emergency hatch release when a trunk is enclosed.Is there a way to open/unlatch the tailgate from inside (not just unlock it) on any model without power assist lift?
I have an EX.