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When it comes to the transmission, the 2004 Honda CR-V is a four-speed automatic with a high-speed manual overdrive feature. Its smooth upshifts and downshifts make the Honda CR-V a top four-cylinder/automatic combination. However, the five-speed manual offers more responsiveness. The four-speed automatic is best suited for drivers who prefer to shift gears manually.
The first model year of the CR-V came with a standard five-speed manual transmission. The automatic transmission came later and was available for an additional $20,200. Other optional features include side-impact air bags, which are available for an additional $250. Another dealer-installed accessory is aluminum wheels. In the future, Honda will make more safety features standard on the CR-V. But for now, it's best to stick with the four-speed automatic transmission.
The 2004 CR-V came with three trim levels: LX, EX, and EX. The base trim came with an automatic transmission and two-wheel drive. The EX trim level offered a 5-speed manual transmission and a 4-speed automatic transmission. The LX and EX models had upgraded audio systems, power moonroofs, and side airbags. Both manual and automatic transmission options were available.
The 2004 Honda CR-V was offered with a standard K-series 2.4 L inline-four engine. The engine is based on the Honda Civic and produces 166 horsepower at 5,000 rpm. The CR-V EX also had a power moonroof and side airbags. This car is built with four-wheel drive and front wheel drive. It was introduced in the United States in 2002 and Canada in 2012.
The 2004 Honda CR-V had three trim levels. LX was the base model and came with a manual transmission. The EX had a manual transmission, while the LX was equipped with a 4-speed automatic. The EX had upgraded audio, and the EX trim added power moonroofs, side airbags, and an upgraded audio system. The EX had a power sliding moonroof.
The CR-V is available in three trim levels. The LX has a four-wheel drive and is available with either a manual or automatic transmission. The LX trim adds upgraded audio and leather seats. The EX also has power moonroof and side airbags. If you want to buy a 2004 CR-V, look for the right one for your budget.
The base LX is the only CR-V with a front-wheel drive option. It has well-equipped standard equipment, including an AM/FM/CD stereo with i-VTEC intelligent valve control. The four-speed automatic transmission is easy to use, and it can shift gears between two and four-speeds. There is an automatic transmission for the base LX. It can change gears from one gear to another without having to stop.