Sunday, April 13, 2008

Three Word Sunday - 250k Miles Young

Our Honda CRV 1998 will be ten years old next month. It may not be pretty but it still runs great! Happy Birthday to a very old, reliable friend! Our "new" vehicle (2002) has 120,000 miles on it. Who says newer is better?

13 comments:

OH MY #6 said...

Happy B-Day, CRV! Love these vehicles!

Lea

Isabella's Mommy & Daddy(Kim & John) said...

LOVE IT!!!!
LOVE Honda..
Have a Great Week..

PIPO said...

Hey, I think it still looks great!

Somewhere In The Sun said...

Oh my, I'm not the only one! Ours has 250,000+. Although mine is much older than yours and doesn't look nearly as nice! We keep thinking "this year we will get a new van" but then we adopt again and so we wait. I'd sure rather have my kids than a new van! :)

~Lynn

Melissa said...

Happt B-day CRV!
My Dodge Intrepid is from 2001 & it now has 150,000........UGH!!

Buckeyes & Eggrolls said...

there's something to be said about good ole' reliability! I think the CRV looks great for 10 years.

Love the new header on the blog. I'm not sure how long it's been up since I've been a slacker with the comments and instead have been reading from the comfort of my bloglines. ;-)

Lisa and Tate said...

10 years old??? Looks like a new fresh CRV!!!! Got to love a great running car!

rubyiscoming said...

doncha just LOVE a honda? da best.

Kelley said...

I have a 99 CRV...black, like yours. You gotta love 'em!

Linda said...

Go get them Honda!! Love my civic, and plan on having it forever...We are a honda family ...Linda

Journey 2 Eme said...

Looks great for 10 years.

Wanted to stop in and says thanks for the recent comment you left.

I don't think I've ever been here before. But I plan to come back, especially since you're so close to a referal.

Chantele

Vivian M said...

What do you mean it may not be pretty? I think it's a great looking car! Happy birthday!

Cora said...

Reliable cars are the best!! I have a 30 year old buick that runs great but it uses a crazy amount of gas so can't afford to drive it much any more.