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I was looking at the undercarriage and notice the oil filter is right up front and close to vertical, that makes me happy
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Thanks for the talk button info! Literally missed that entire set of buttons so far!
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Just noticed that the back door windows do not go fully down. Stick up about 2 inches or so😕
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Just noticed that the back door windows do not go fully down. Stick up about 2 inches or so😕
I think that's done for safety purposes.

Don't see any other good reason for having it like that.
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I think that's done for safety purposes.

Don't see any other good reason for having it like that.
Might be the door shape itself, not enough room for the tracks and such

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Just noticed that the back door windows do not go fully down. Stick up about 2 inches or so��
What car do you have that the back windows go fully down? Most cars have back windows that extend out because of the shape of the wheel well...



The front windows can go all the way down because they are not affected by the wheels.
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What car do you have that the back windows go fully down? Most cars have back windows that extend out because of the shape of the wheel well...



The front windows can go all the way down because they are not affected by the wheels.
Well that will be the ONLY thing I will miss about my 2001 Jeep Cherokee as the back windows do go all the way down!

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Are there any new vehicles that do?

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What sort of things are owners learning about their HRV?
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