Looked like the CVT belts broke.
Maybe it's the belt but I think it's something else because the metal pieces are all uneven.Looked like the CVT belts broke.
I test drove it, but unfortunately for me the issues didnt start until i brought it back home. Live about an hour and a half away from the dealership.Guess you didn’t test drive this vehicle before purchase? Kinda weird. Most folks test drive new and used cars thoroughly prior to purchase.
Good luck with your new HRV. Hopefully you won’t be a “one and done“ poster and will contribute to this great Forum.
Toyota quality has actually gone down as well. The 2018 CH-R (first model year introduced) has a lot of CVT issues. I was upgrading from a 20 year old Camry with 210K miles on it. Was gonna go Toyota until I started reading more issues with them across many newer models. Guess all the recalls finally hurt them and they cost cut where they shouldn't have. I'm just hoping my new HRV lasts me until the electric cars become mainstream. At least they'll be less mechanical issues to worry about. lol.Hey everyone, new to the forum. I saw this thread a couple months ago AFTER I'd financed a 2016 HRV AWD and wanted to share my experience.
Upon receiving the vehicle the first thing I noticed was a shake when I would step on the gas, not even punching it just regular acceleration. Not a shake in the wheels but in the body of the car. It concerned me enough to where I brought it back tot eh dealer after seeing this forum to get it checked out. Dealer said they could not replicate the issue, checked my fluid levels and sent me home saying the car was in good condition. I was still wary but didn't have a reason to argue with that so we went home. 2 weeks later I go to pull out of my driveway and the gearshift was completely slack. It would only go into P/R/N not drive. I was stuck in the middle of the street and had to push my new vehicle back into the drive way and drive my old (thank jebus I didn't trade it in) vehicle. Dealership paid for a tow back in to the service area.
They saw that when the tech before was checking my fluids he 'didn't connect something correctly' and this made my gearshift completely useless. I had them explain in more detail what exactly went wrong with it and asked them to document the issue on the receipt for me to take home. I asked if driving with loose connections possibly screwed up something big in the car since it was still doing that shake when going from 1st to 2nd gear. I was told no. Everythings fine.
2 weeks later I go to take my daughter to school in the morning and when I put the vehicle into drive, nothing. No movement in the wheels. It was like in neutral almost. We sat there and about 30 seconds later the car sluggishly started moving but hardly any acceleration. Just rolling. When acceleration came back, it would buck every time I pressed on the gas pedal. I turned right back around, parked it again, and drove my old reliable Hyundai until the dealer could tow it away at their expense again. I called several times for updates on the condition of the lawn ornament I purchased like an idiot. Once again told they couldn't replicate. I said i did not feel safe driving this vehicle especially with my child in it and I want to trade it ASAP. I traded for a '21 HRV LX which has been much better so far knock on wood. Honestly I feel like the person who owned the '16 before me completely ran the piss out of that car and didn't bother taking it in for tranny fluid changes or anything of the sort.
Vehicle was trashed at 95k, I only drove it for 800 miles.
If you have a choice please never buy a 2016 HRV, the stories are real. These vehicles are not quality. If this one starts screwing up I'll never buy another Honda again. Just gonna go straight to Toyota like I should have to be honest.
I hope this helps someone!
This exact thing happened to me the other night. Every light on the dashboard went on and the car wouldn't drive but the engine ran fine. Honda said the same thing - bad sensor because of metal debris in the transmission. It's a 2016 with 55k miles on it and so out of warrantee. They said it would be $6200 to fix. I said not a chance. They talked to Honda and they're going to cover 75%, which still leaves me $1500 out of pocket. Damn! Clearly this is an issue that Honda isn't addressing. Sounds like it should be a recall.Bad Transmission?
Hello everyone! First time on the forum and I’m here to report some bad news and I’m hoping to get some feedback from you guys.
I have a 2016 HRV LX CVT. Bought it just over a year ago brand new. I’ve since put about 51k miles on it. I do a lot of Uber and Lyft with it.
Now the main reason for me buying it is because of the reliability of Honda’s. Well a week ago as I was pulling out of Wawa, my whole dash lit up with lights. Turned off my car and turned it on again. This time my check engine and two parking lights were on and the red parking light flashing.
I drove it to my dealership and they couldn’t find anything. The next day as I was driving the electronics kept kicking my car out of gear. Dash lit up again and the gear indicator was showing all the gears at the same time. I got it towed to the dealership since I couldn’t drive it there. Once there they looked at it.
Had to wait for the weekend to pass after they talked to Honda, determined it was a speed sensor on the transmission ($359 btw). As they were replacing it, they noticed metal shavings inside of the transmission. Since this now became a faulty transmission it was covered under Powertrain warranty. So I wait till today and I go pick it up.
Everything feels good and normal on my way home. Stop for some food, start the car up again and there are these lights. Luckly I was able to drive it home.
So this is where I’m at, I’m hoping someone else has issues similar to this so we can report with each other and figure out what’s going on. I’m sorely disappointed with Honda at this moment.
Let me know what you guys think!
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Power train warranty should last to 60k. This issue has killed my confidence in this car.This exact thing happened to me the other night. Every light on the dashboard went on and the car wouldn't drive but the engine ran fine. Honda said the same thing - bad sensor because of metal debris in the transmission. It's a 2016 with 55k miles on it and so out of warrantee. They said it would be $6200 to fix. I said not a chance. They talked to Honda and they're going to cover 75%, which still leaves me $1500 out of pocket. Damn! Clearly this is an issue that Honda isn't addressing. Sounds like it should be a recall.