2025 Honda CR-V Price Increased Up To $600

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, Automotive Editor - May 8, 2024
2025 Honda CR-V

Honda is bringing the 2025 Honda CR-V and CR-V Hybrid to dealerships without any major changes and a small price increase. According to the latest order guide data, the 2025 Honda CR-V will have a starting MSRP of $30,100 (prices don't include destination), which is $600 more than in 2024. Pricing for the 2025 CR-V Hybrid will start at $34,350, representing a price increase of $300 from before.

While the base 2025 Honda CR-V LX receives a $600 increase for the new model year, the EX and EX-L trim are getting a $340 increase. With the price hike, the CR-V EX will start at $32,350 and the EX-L will cost $35,000. All-wheel drive is an additional $1,500, pushing the 2025 CR-V EX-L’s price tag up to $36,500.

Unlike the gas-powered CR-V, which sees the largest price increase for the base trim, the 2025 Honda CR-V Hybrid follows the opposite pricing structure. Its base trim sees the smallest price increase. Compared to the 2024 model, the 2025 CR-V Hybrid is only going up by $300 to $34,350 for the Sport trim. The mid-level Sport-L trim also gets a $300 price increase to start at $37,350. The range-topping Sport Touring, which is only available with AWD, now starts at $40,800. That represents an increase of $600 and is the highest increase for the 2025 CR-V Hybrid.

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Based on order guide data, the 2025 CR-V and CR-V Hybrid aren't getting any major changes. This means that the price increase is due to the higher cost of manufacturing the SUV or because of inflation.

With the price increase to $30,100, the 2025 Honda CR-V now costs more than the majority of its rivals. The Mazda CX-5 ($29,300), Hyundai Tucson ($27,500), Nissan Rogue ($28,850), Toyota RAV4 ($28,675), Subaru Forester ($27,095), Kia Sportage ($27,190), Volkswagen Tiguan ($28,880), and Ford Escape ($29,495) are all cheaper than the CR-V.

The 2025 Honda CR-V Hybrid's starting price tag of $34,350 also makes it one of the pricier options in the class. It costs more than the Ford Escape Hybrid ($33,490), Kia Sportage Hybrid ($28,590), Toyota RAV4 Hybrid ($31,725), and Hyundai Tucson Hybrid ($32,575).

The gas-powered CR-V and the electrified CR-V Hybrid are two of the better options in the compact segment, but the price increases may have shoppers looking toward more affordable options.

Pictured: 2025 Honda CR-V

Source: Honda

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, Automotive Editor

Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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