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Honda CR-V: slow to warm up

Cold inside: slow to warm up in the morning

Chilly starts

I know it’s been relatively mild for winter. And we have daffodils and crocuses unseasonably early. But when you get into the CR-V following a cold overnight period, the Honda does seem to take a long time to warn through.

I’m not sure why this should be. But it takes some five miles for the warm air to really start penetrating the cabin, by which time your hands are really cold. Has anyone else noticed this in their Honda CR-V?

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