Ford Edge. Nissan Murano.
Honda CR-V Touring edition! Bought it off the showroom floor. Loaded.
Evidently, being Black made a big difference. That, and HW’s 2003 was also a CR-V (she doesn’t care for change).
Upsold us on the paint protection shield, and window visors
She loves it!
Although the vehicle has yet to learn her voice. Supposedly, nearly every feature in the car can be activated/deactivated by voice. Example: “Set temperature to 72o“. The salesman had HW repeat it over and over again during our pre-driveaway training, but alas, never could get it to work. The damn thing kept wanting to call some 800- number instead. If you have the keyfob close by, and do it just right, feigning a kick beneath the bumper opens the hatch. If you don’t do it right, and/or you’re on ice, you may fall on your ass. In small print in the owner’s manual it states Honda is not responsible for these misadventures.
I like that the drink holders are large and readily accessible.
Inaugural drive to the Nest this weekend. Salesman cautioned us about the break in period – keep it under 100 mph on the highway. You should’ve seen the look on HW’s face.