Hi folks, I'm Rowland. I live in Somerset in the South West of England. This week I acquired a 2002 (02) CR-V i-VTEC Sport Auto. I previously had a Citroen DS3 via Motability, I've mainly had Citroens during my driving career. I don't work because of disability, a rare neuromuscular disease. I've been three months without a car going stir crazy. After sitting in a neighbour's Mitsubishi Shogun, and many of my body pains reducing/disappearing I thought this is the way to go. Research led me to CR-Vs, mainly for the reliability, living on a fixed small budget, no doubt to be eroded by this government next year, then running costs are high on the agenda. I've never been a fan of automatics, but after test driving this one, I was well impressed. I can't believe I've never even thought of Honda before. This vehicle is absolutely brilliant for someone with my mobility issues. The driving position and comfort. It has given me a new positive outlook on life. This one is okay, with around 96,000 miles on the clock - it needs a bit of tidying up, and I think if I keep it, I ought to add a decent audio system (a previous owner has fitted something none standard which is rubbish), plus reverse parking camera, maybe rear and front parking sensors. GPS maybe but I have a standalone TomTom which works fine. We'll see. I'll be asking questions of UK and elsewhere CR-V owners as to what my options are. Ultimately someone else will have to do the work because my poor mobility won't allow me to. Thanks for reading.