Honda Drops UK Pricing Info On 2018 CR-V, Starts From £25,995

Honda has released pricing details for the 2018 CR-V, which will arrive in showrooms across the United Kingdom in September.

Available in four grades, namely the S, SE, SR and EX, it has a starting price of £25,995 (equal to $34,134/€29,150) for the base model, with two-wheel drive and manual transmission, which packs a lot of standard gear.

Standard kit across the range includes reversing camera and parking sensors, and a suite of safety features such as Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Forward Collision Warning, Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition and adaptive cruise control.

The SE starts from £27,855 ($36,576/€31,236), but if you want to benefit from smart entry and start, active cornering lights, front windscreen de-icer and leather trim inside, then you’re better off with the SR, which can be had from £31,435 ($41,277/€35,250).

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As for the EX, it starts at £34,145 ($44,835/€38,290) and adds hands-free access power tailgate, panoramic glass sunroof, heated steering wheel, heated rear seats and head-up display.

Honda says the 2018 CR-V SR and EX also come with Blind Spot Warning and Cross Traffic Monitoring, whereas the CVT-equipped versions of the SUV benefit from the low-speed follow function.

The Euro-spec Honda CR-V is powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter petrol engine. It delivers 173PS (170hp / 127kW) and 220Nm (162lb-ft) of torque with a six-speed manual gearbox, and 191PS (188hp / 142kW) and 243Nm (179lb-ft) of torque when married to a CVT.

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    why the model comes late in europe ?

    • Loquacious Borborygmus

      They like to iron out early production issues by using our country cousins as the guinea pigs.

  • Loquacious Borborygmus

    Nonsense, it’s quite clearly my ill-informed view.

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