Honda prices 2017 CR-V
The all-new CR-V will only be slightly more expensive than its predecessor.
Honda has announced pricing details for its all-new CR-V compact crossover. The fifth-generation CR-V is scheduled to arrive on dealer lots December 21.
The base, two-wheel drive CR-V sees a slight price increase for the new model year, with an MSRP climbing from $23,845 to $24,045. The step-up CR-V EX sees a $600 price increase to $26,695.
On the higher-end of the scale, the CR-V EX-L will list from $29,195 while adding an optional navigation system will push the price to $30,195. The range-topping CR-V Touring will go for $32,395.
Any CR-V model can be upgraded from front-wheel drive to all-wheel drive for an additional $1,300. All prices exclude a mandatory $900 destination fee.
The 2017 model represents a thorough update of the CR-V, with new styling inside and out, updated drivetrains and a significant boost in technology. EX and above models receive a 1.5L turbocharged engine from the Honda Civic. Those models also come standard with the Honda Sensing safety and technology suite. All models use a continuously variable transmission.
Fuel economy for the front-wheel drive CR-V EX stands at 26/32/28mpg city/highway/combined. Adding AWD drops those figures by 1mpg across the board.
Front-wheel drive turbocharged models receive a rating of 28mpg city and 31mpg highway, netting a 30mpg combined average. As with the EX model, AWD reduces economy by 1mpg in each category.