Honda confirms the new CR-V pricing

August 2, 2018

Honda has released details of the grades, specification and costs of the next generation CR-V with prices starting from £25,995 for a 2WD manual S grade and topping out at £36,455 for an AWD EX with CVT.

Available in dealer showrooms from early September, the new CR-V follows the grading of the previous generation rising from the entry level S grade to SE, SR and finishing at the top of the range EX. The 1.5 i-VTEC petrol engine will come with a choice of two and all-wheel drive and in both manual transmission and CVT.

Standard across all grades is parking sensors and a rear-view camera as well as Honda SENSING; Honda’s suite of safety features which includes collision mitigation braking system, forward collision warning, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control and traffic sign recognition. SR and EX will also feature blind spot warning and cross traffic monitoring, while the CVT version will feature low speed follow.

SR grade also adds smart entry and start, leather interior, active cornering lights and front windscreen de-icer; while EX further includes a heated steering wheel, head-up display, hands-free access power tailgate, heated rear seats and panoramic glass sunroof.

PCP pricing has also been confirmed for the new car with monthly payments of £279 a month on a three-year, 10,000-mile contract on 6.2 per cent APR for a SR AWD manual version.

Phil Webb, Head of Car at Honda UK, said: “The fifth generation CR-V once again raises the bar with the amount of equipment it comes with as standard at base grade. In an incredibly competitive marketplace, the new CR-V will stand out for its sophisticated and sporty design alone and we have strong sales expectations for this car.”

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