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Old 08-12-2011, 09:24 PM   #29
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There are different levels of 4 wheel drive. In the CRV it is presently on demand 4 wheel drive, when a front wheel slips it automatically engages. In 150,000 miles the only service required has been to change the fluid/

It's been rare when we've needed 4 wheel drive but it cost little to own and is nice when you're no where. In the CRV it's not for climbing boulders or extreme off roading.

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