Question about 2004 Honda CR-V
It should be the opposite. It may be that you are reving your engine higher than is needed before you shift. Also when slowing down at a stop light use neutral & take your foot off the gas then when restarting up if still coasting select the highest gear you can & accelerate moderately & change up asap. The sooner your in the highest gear possible the better the gas mileage. Happy motoring & I hope you save oddles of money following these tips. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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