The automaker has announced pricing for the 2023 Honda CR-V.
The 2023 Honda CR-V was unveiled in July. The all-new six-generation model will be arriving at dealerships beginning on September 22 (turbocharged vehicles) and in October 2022 (hybrid ones).
UPDATE of 09.22.2022: Honda has announced the start of mass production of the non-hybrid 2023 CR-V in the coming days at the Indiana Auto Plant (IAP) and the East Liberty Auto Plant (ELP) in Ohio.
The brand’s bestseller is available in EX, Sport, EX-L, and Sport Touring trim levels, each with either front- or all-wheel drive.
Sport and Sport Touring models come with a fuel-efficient hybrid powertrain, the rest – with a 1.5-liter turbo engine making 190 hp/179 lb-ft in pair with CVT. The best EPA-rated fuel economy figures of 43/36/40 mpg are the ones of the CR-V Sport (2WD).
The 2023 pricing, including a destination charge, starts at $32,355 for the base model and goes up to $39,845 for the range-topping Sport Touring.
Our Verdict to the Model
The Honda CR-V crossover is well-mannered, well-rounded, reliable, comfortable enough for long drives, and efficient, especially the CR-V hybrid. It has good performance figures for the segment.
Actually, you may find in the CR-V whatever you want from this class of vehicle.
Nevertheless, there are other choices in the segment which are as nice as the Honda SUV, and even better, like the Toyota RAV4.
The latter is comparable to the CR-V in fuel economy and roominess but cheaper, plus offers a more extensive list of standard tech features and a more user-friendly infotainment touchscreen.