The fourth generation of the Honda CR-V has been launched in the United Kingdom where the base entry-level version has a starting price of 21, 395 GBP.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the new Honda CR-V generation has been priced between 21, 395 pounds for the entry-level front-wheel drive 2.0 i-VTEC with a manual transmission version and 32,650 GBP for the top of the line 2.2 i-DTEC diesel EX Automatic. Honda says that the “S” version is getting a choice of either two- or all-wheel drive and it’s coming with a manual transmission as standard, while the AWD variants can get the optional automatic gearbox.
The 2013 Honda CR-V is getting standard features like the air conditioning, the idle stop, the i-MID multimedia system, fabric upholstery, USB, auxiliary, cruise control, one-touch folding seats, hill start assist and 17-inch alloy wheels. The SE Trim level is adding rain sensing wipers, parking sensors, rear parking camera, automatic headlights, Bluetooth, six-speaker stereo system, Category 1 alarm, fog lights and leather wrapped steering wheel and gearstick.
The CR-V SR is coming with extra DAB Radio, heated front seats, Alcantara interior, leather, darkened privacy glass, manual height adjustment for the passenger seat, dynamic cornering lights, headlight washers and 18-inch alloy wheels while the top of the line EX trim is adding a full leather interior, panoramic glass roof, electric driver’s seat with position memory, smart entry and an integrated satellite navigation system. The new Honda CR-V will be available in the UK in October.