2016 Honda CR-V Pricing and Fuel Efficiency Figures Announced
Honda has announced pricing details and EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings for each trim level in the 2016 Honda CR-V lineup, including the all-new Special Edition model.
The Special Edition CR-V slots in above the base LX trim, costing $800 more and differentiating itself with larger 17-inch alloy wheels, an exclusive two-tone finish, second-row and rear privacy glass, and a security system.
The CR-V SE trim is the only thing new about Honda’s popular SUV, which returns unchanged from the 2015 model year, when the CR-V received a major refresh that added a new 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, redesigned exterior and interior styling, and new standard and available features.
The base 2016 CR-V LX comes with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $23,595 (not including the $880 destination fees), representing a $150 price increase over the 2015 edition. When equipped with FWD, all models return an EPA-estimated 26 mpg in city driving, 33 mpg on the highway, and 29 mpg combined (AWD models yield 25/31/27 mpg).
The top-of-the-line Touring trim carries an MSRP of $31,945 for FWD models, and has a $33,245 price tag when equipped with AWD.
A full list of pricing and EPA-estimated fuel economy figures for all 2016 Honda CR-V trims appears below:
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