Welcome to Import Auto Center where we specialize in importing cars from Japan since the early 2000’s. JDM 97 Honda CR-V RHD SUV AWD with 45,400 miles This CR-V has Hondas Real Time 4WD system with a B20B 2.0L DOHC, runs and drives great, everything works, shifts smooth, car is solid. Has the optional rain visors along with the hard rear tire cover. Just came in clean inside, low miles, no rust but has some body damage as pictured, rear left door has a big dent, rear right door has some scuffs and scratches, front bumper has scuffs on both corners, left mirror has a scuff, rear tire cover has a scratch, hood has some fade starting along with driver door under the mirror and handle. Please look at the pictures carefully as all flaws are pictured. Visit my website for many more pictures on this vehicle and other rhd’s www.jdmimportautocenter.com Contact Rob 864-505-5621 for any questions. I drive all vehicles at least 80 miles and look them over the best i can before listing. The first generation CR-V or RD1 was Honda’s first in-house designed sport utility vehicle by Hiroyuki Kawase. The CR-V was introduced in Japan at Honda Verno dealerships only and was regarded as a luxury vehicle in Japan due to the exterior width dimensions exceeding Japanese Government dimension regulations. For the North American market, it was displayed at the 1996 Chicago Auto Show and went on sale in February 1997. Upon introduction, the model had only one trim level, which would later be known as the LX model trim; it was powered by the 2.0-litre straight-four B20B producing 126 hp (94 kW) at 5400 rpm and 133 lb⋅ft (180 N⋅m) of torque at 4800 rpm. Outer dimensions for this engine would be identical to the Integra’s 1.8 L engine, but internally the engine had a larger 84 mm (3.3 in) bore to add the extra displacement needed to produce more torque. The engine used a one-piece cylinder sleeve construction unique from any other B-series engine. The chassis was a unibody design with fully independent suspension. The front suspension was double-wishbone, while the rear used a trailing arm-based multilink system. Inside, the rear seats were able to fold down, and a picnic table was stowed in the rear floor area. All models featured plastic cladding covering the front bumper, rear bumper, and fender wells. In most countries, CR-Vs had a chrome grille; however, in the United States, the grille was made out of the same black plastic as the bumpers. The EX included anti-lock brakes and 15 inch alloy wheels over the LX trim. Drivetrain options were front-wheel drive or Honda’s Real Time AWD.