Not sure which 2012 Honda CR-V Receiver Hitches are right for you? We have over 4347 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I found the product was as stated, easy to install and appearance is nice. I have not used it yet as I have not received the carrier yet." —Frank O from Davenport, FL bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.
"Positive shopping experience, reasonable price and product arrived in good shape. Seeing installation instructions and customer reviews on the website helped in selecting best hitch for my planned use (Saris Freedom Bike Rack). Installation went smoothly, however having a second person to balance hitch when attaching bolts is a definite plus." —Greg A from Mechanicsville, VA bought a Hidden Hitch Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.
"Would have rated 5 but installation was difficult working with plastic panel on car. I know this isn't autoanything or curts fault but the panel cutting directions could have been better. The diagram and hole to cut the hole wasn't exactly as seen on car. I ended up measuring myself and cutting a slit for the hitch mount to slide through. Hitch itself is great! Wish it was a bit more OEM looking and didn't hang down so low....not much anyone can do about that though." —Anthony G from Plain City, OH bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.
"Relatively easy to install. Strong and stable hitch. Using it for a platform-type bike rack, so was glad to see this one didn't require the stabilizing strap. Good purchase for us!" —Irene G from Cashmere, WA bought a Draw-Tite Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.
"Received my hitch quickly. Looks great. Instructions good. Only difficulty was cutting the underbody panel. Instructions did indicate where to cut but a template would be helpful. Also there was no mention that the underbody panel has a 'blanket' material on the back. Not a major issue; more of a nuisance. Tip: 1. Cut larger than you need then reattach the cutout piece with tie wraps to restore some of the protection. 2. Buy a muffler hanger removal tool; $20.00 well spent!" —David F from Camden, ME bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.
"This hitch will allow use of bike carrier we have. Overall very easy to install. Cutout of the bottom shield was easy. Used a car jack to hod the hitch in air to secure bots. Order was received very quickly" —Marianne B from Brandon, VT bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.
"At my age 83,i had a professional install it.I am very happy with it.Looks good too." —Wesley R from Culloden, GA bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.
"Instalations was relatively easy. Instructions were good but i emailed therm a couple of suggestions for inclusion on the install instructions. The only problem is that there is noe T-connector available for my vehicly as yet. Easch time i call they tell me a few more weeks, that was a few weeks ago." —Arnold K from Danbury, CT bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.
"On our 2007 Volvo V70 we installed this hitch. We like its slim profile. Nothing sticks out from under the bumper unnecessarily. I had it installed by the mechanic that was working on it anyway and they said the holes matched perfectly. On our 1998 V70 I installed a hitch sold by U-Haul, which works fine too, but has just a little more visibility to it, which takes a little away from the car's good looks. This Curt hitch is "prettier"." —Herman T from Columbia, MO bought a CURT Receiver Hitches for a 2012 Honda CR-V.