The first Honda CR-V Hybrid is hitting showrooms with a bargain-basement price, relatively speaking.
The CR-V Hybrid powertrain comprises a 2.0-liter four-cylinder and an electric motor that is rated at 212 hp and 238 lb-ft torque and delivers an EPA fuel economy rating of 38 mpg combined, which compares to 40 mpg for the Toyota and Ford.
Along with all-wheel-drive, the CR-V Hybrid comes standard with the Honda Sensing electronic driver aid package that includes automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control.
The conventional CR-V was the fifth-best-selling vehicle in the U.S. in 2019, behind the Rav4 and full-size pickups from Chevy, Ram and Ford.
Base prices for the full CR-V Hybrid lineup of trim levels is as follows:
LX – $28,87
EX – $31,380
EX-L – $33,870
Touring – $37,070