The 2019 Honda CR-V has a base MSRP of $24,350 in base front-wheel drive LX trim, excluding tax, license, registration, and a $995 destination charge applicable on all models. The front-wheel drive EX has a suggested price of $27,250, EX-L $29,750, and Touring $32,750. All-wheel drive is available on all trims for $1,400 extra.
Available until the start of February 2019, three special offers are available on CR-V models. The 2WD LX is available for special lease over 36 months at $229 per month with $1,999 due at signing. The all-wheel drive LX is available for just $10 per month, and with a $2,199 initial payment. The CR-V is also available with a special annual percentage rate (APR) of just 1.9% for 24-60 months, or alternatively %3.9 for 61-72 months. Available until March 31st, military individuals and recent or soon-to-be college graduates get $500 back when financing or leasing through Honda Financial Services.
At $24,350, the base 2WD Honda CR-V LX features a 2.4-liter engine, basic infotainment and does without Honda’s raft of safety features. All in, the top-spec all-wheel drive CR-V Touring, with 19-inch alloy wheels, body side molding, roof crossbars, durable cargo bay liner, cargo tray, cargo net, and back up sensors, the price of the CR-V maxes out at a $37,959 MSRP.
|LX 2WD||2.4-liter Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable with Sport Mode||FWD||$22,869||$24,350|
|LX AWD||2.4-liter Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable with Sport Mode||AWD||$24,180||$25,750|
|EX 2WD||1.5-liter Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable with Sport Mode||FWD||$25,584||$27,250|
|EX AWD||1.5-liter Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable with Sport Mode||AWD||$26,894||$28,650|
|EX-L 2WD||1.5-liter Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable with Sport Mode||FWD||$27,924||$29,750|
|EX-L AWD||1.5-liter Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable with Sport Mode||AWD||$29,235||$31,150|
|Touring 2WD||1.5-liter Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable with Sport Mode||FWD||$30,732||$32,750|
|Touring AWD||1.5-liter Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable with Sport Mode||AWD||$32,043||$34,150|
There aren’t too many standalone packages or options for the CR-V, as it’s mostly trim dependent. Across the range, the $528 back-up sensors are sure to come in handy. The Honda Sensing package is included from EX trims upwards – not optional on EL – and comprises collision mitigating brake systems, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control, and lane keeping assist. If it’s leather you’re looking for, that’s a built-in option only, and comes standard with the EX-L trim, where a heated steering wheel is an available option. But, if premium audio is something you prioritize, then you’ll need to fork out for the EX-L at the very least, with its 180-watt, 8-speaker audio system, though if money is less of an issue, the Toruing trim bags you a 330-watt, 9-speaker audio system, including a subwoofer, that isn’t available as an option on any other trim.