75 is much too low - are you sure?I notice when idling at a stoplight, I can feel noticeable vibration. Is that normal? Also what is the normal resting rpm? Mine is at 75.
I'm not surprised AT ALL - Honda is obsessed with the bottom line - first rule of Honda Club: never purchase a Honda in its first year of production (FMC vehicles; see early production 2016 Pilot lemons)For an internal combustion engine car, some vibration is normal.
I'm guessing you've heard about the issue on 2015s CVT?
Sometimes hearing that you have an issue makes you ultra sensitive.
I'd be really surprised if Honda hasn't addressed this issue for their all new 2017s especially when they had a fix for it on their 2015s.
I have the same issue with my 2018 CRV turbo. Went to dealer and checked 2 other 2018 crv's. They had similar vibration. The engine does smooth out as soon as I give it some gas. Vibration is present at 750 RPM then smooths out approaching 1000 RPM.I drove a Touring awd this AM and there is definitely a noticeable vibration at idle. I played around quite a bit and it is only present while stopped and in drive. It was very noticeable in the drivers seat, door and center console armrest. Nothing in the steering wheel.
I sat in another Touring and an EX and they all had that behavior. When started cold, idle was ~1K rpm and very smooth. Once warmed up and idle dropped to 750, the vibration started.
Smooth as silk while driving around though.