Honda CR-V: Fuel Economy Factors

The following factors can lower your vehicle’s fuel economy:

Aggressive driving (hard acceleration and braking)
Excessive idling, accelerating and braking in stop-and-go traffic
Cold engine operation (engines are more efficient whenwarmed up)
Driving with a heavy load or the air conditioner running
Improperly inflated tires

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 Improving Fuel Economy

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 Calculating Fuel Economy

Measuring Techniques Direct calculation is the recommended source of information about your actual fuel economy. Using frequency of fill-ups or taking fuel gauge readings are NOT accurate me

 Accessories and Modifications

Modifying your vehicle, or installing some non-Honda accessories, can make it unsafe. Before you make any modifications or add any accessories, be sure to read the following information.

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 Replacing a High-mount Brake Light Bulb

1. Open the tailgate. Unlatch the top of the cover by pulling back on it with your hands. 2. Place a cloth on the side edge of the cover to prevent scratches. Remove the cover by carefully prying on the edge with a small flat-tip screwdriver and pulling the cover off. 3. Remove the

 Tire Inspection

Every time you check inflation, you should also examine the tires for damage, foreign objects, and wear. You should look for: Bumps or bulges in the tread or side of the tire. Replace the tire if you find either of these conditions. Cuts, splits, or cracks in the side of the tire. Repla

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