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10-14-2019 10:33 PM
fl-chr-guy After owning my C-HR for one week I checked out the available accessories on Amazon and placed an order for:

1.) Storage bin insert to help organize things and finally give me a place to store loose change.
2.) Blue leather cover to go over the existing storage bin lid.
3.) Phone holder that clips in the air vents on each side of the hazard button.
4.) Gel pad to attach below the door window and lock switches because my left knee keeps rubbing against the hard plastic.

When these come in I'll post a review here.

By the way, if you haven't already I suggest doing a search for C-HR accessories on Amazon and Ebay. Looks like there are some interesting items being made.
10-14-2019 08:45 PM
Graygoat Replaced the battery .... after only 27 months/40,000 miles. And yes, it died the same day I rolled over to 40K!
WOW!
The Dodge Magnum RT I had before this car went ~110 months/~110,000 miles before needing a battery.
The guy at the parts store told me not many new car batteries make it over 3 years now.
02-13-2018 11:40 PM
jadehawk
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Originally Posted by miyoshi82 View Post
Thanks so much to Elroy at Autofashion for installing the RS-R lowering springs and Toyota JDM window visors.


https://www.instagram.com/p/BfB_spNgx9n/?hl=en
Car looks Sweet lowered!!! congrats..

I on the other hand only installed a console cover. I pick up lot of dirt from just being at work and always have something protecting the center console. So I finally found one that fits this car..

LINK TO AMAZON
02-12-2018 01:19 AM
miyoshi82 Thanks so much to Elroy at Autofashion for installing the RS-R lowering springs and Toyota JDM window visors.


https://www.instagram.com/p/BfB_spNgx9n/?hl=en
01-31-2018 10:06 PM
miyoshi82 Ordered a set of RS-R lowering springs from Autofashion today. I'm going to have them installed this coming weekend.
01-18-2018 01:19 PM
danperalta Installed K&N filter total cost $53.00
09-20-2017 12:04 PM
G6-R I put the licenseplates on my C-HR so i finaly can drive with it
05-17-2017 01:20 PM
iRobot 6 foot 2 with a good fit is very impressive. Someone like myself being 5 foot 6 would have tons of room to hang out back there and sleep comfortably!
05-15-2017 05:28 PM
Leggera I slept in the front reclined one night and the back the other before someone arrived with a tent. Front was ok with a jumper under my bum so kidneys didnt get squashed. I was out in ten.

Back was better for room but the seats are 4 inches higher that the boot. So had to pad it out level. Im 6 foot two and with the passenger seat forward I just fit. If I did it again while touring id remove the passenger backs maybe.

I had a 7cm thick self inflating camping mattress btw
05-14-2017 11:16 PM
CityWok Did you fold down the rear seats for a kind of makeshift bed?
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