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  1. I have a 2018 CRV 2.0 auto. I do about 5-6K per year. I was aware of the fuel consumption issue but with the low mileage I felt for me personally it wasn't an issue. Most my driving is urban and relatively short distance. I currently average 29 - 30 mpg around town. It may not be the quickest but again for me I find it definitely adequate for my style of driving. Reliability and comfort are good. As a Honda owner for some 20 years I am probably biased, the CRV is an easy vehicle to drive, and the driving position I find is excellent, and I have had no problem in the last 3 years with reliabil
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  2. Also you can purchase a Honda spacesaver spare from a Honda dealer. I did. It includes the spare wheel, jack etc. As you may expect they are not cheap.
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  3. I have recently purchased a 2018 Jazz. I downloaded my manual from the honda site - link below https://www.honda.co.uk/cars/owners/manuals-and-guides/honda-jazz-owners-manuals.html Hope this helps
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  4. Hi, ive just bought one. I’m getting about 42mpg and thats travelling 25ish miles to work and 25 back. A few roundabouts, 40 zones and a dual carrriageway. Plus a few nipping about town, so I’m ok with that. Sometimes put my foot down too. I reckon if you were to take it easy on a long distance ride, you would probably get a lot more. Depending on driving. Nice relaxing drive drive though. Hope this helps alittle.
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  5. Never thought of that. That’s the last thing I need after forking out to fix the actuator. Not sure if it’s worth Paying for a new clutch but will have a think. thanks for the feedback mate
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  6. A new clutch will be good, as said before my Accord done 257K on the same clutch and was fine, so I'm surprised the clutch has been changed, was it used for towing. The heated seats may be something simple like fuses, they also only work when sat on them , in case you have just been feeling with your hand. Happy motoring
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  7. It could be water ingress that's seized them in place? Could also explain them all failing at the same time (if that is the case)
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