Honda Cr-V 2019 Price List Review
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The CR-V has been a market leader for quite some time but newer offerings like the RAV4 or the Escape managed to put a dent in Honda’s sales. In order to get back on track, they decided that it might be time for a new model. While not official up to this point, only a couple of months ago models of the upcoming 2019 Honda CRV have been seen testing on the open roads and it looks quite promising.
Like before, the new CRV is still likely going to cost between roughly $25,000 and $35,000 for a top end version. However, pretty much everything else should change and the car will most likely become what it was always supposed to be a true premium compact crossover. We can expect new CR-V model available on the market by the end of 2017 or at the beginning of 2019.
Platform and Running gear
The new CRV 2019 will most likely be based on the same platform as the new Civic. Honda’s new modular architecture will definitely allow for a lighter and more rigid car than before. While it will not be identical to the Civic considering that it will need an all wheel drive system, the new CRV should be quite similar to it in terms of suspension. These are great news as the new Civic is quite a bit better in terms of driving characteristics and comfort.
The upcoming 2019 Honda CRV seems to be quite a bit different than the older model. For starters, the camouflaged model spied a while ago featured a more mature look, more similar to what the Pilot has. Also, while it is not clear so far, the new model might be slightly larger than before. In fact, many suggested that it could share its wheelbase with the new Civic Sedan which features four inches longer wheelbase than before. This should allow the CR-V to accommodate its passengers with more available space and it could also allow Honda to build an optional seven-seat version, basically a cheaper Pilot. It is worth mentioning though that the seven-seat version is just a rumor at this point.