The Honda CR-V crossover SUV 2022 costs $26,975, including a $1,225 destination, the automaker just announced. Moreover, the price does represent a $400 increase over the 2021 model. This increase is in of despite no changes to the brand’s bestseller.
Honda Touring Trim
Standard with the all-wheel-drive comes the top Touring trim. It’s a $1,500 upgrade on front-wheel-drive models that come across the four other trim levels. Topping the CR-V range at $36,775, the lack of front-drive-only options makes the Touring trim more expensive. There is a $400 increase in its three trim levels that start at $32,185 for the 2022 Honda CR-V Hybrid.
There is a 1.5-liter turbo-4 that does carry over. Moreover, it does have an output of 190 hp and 179 lb-ft of torque. That CVT does send power to the 17-inch front wheels. Then, this CR-V gets an efficiency to overpower with an EPA-rated 28 mpg city, 34 highway, and 30 altogether. However, all-wheel-drive models get 27/32/29, which is above the average for the compact crossover class.
Available on the EX, EX-L, and Touring Trims, the Hybrid does come standard with all-wheel drive and a price difference of $1,200 over the simplicity-equipped gas models.
There is a pair of electric motors and a 2.0-liter inline-4 that works to make 212 hp. The Hybrid does ride smoother with a bit more kick than the gas model. Moreover, the biggest virtue is an EPA-rated 40/35/38 with combined mpg.
For $26,975, the base LX comes with a small 5.0-inch display but at the minimum, it does have automatic emergency braking, active lane control, and adaptive cruise control. Starting at $27,225, the 2021 Toyota RAV4 goes come better equipped with a 7.0 touchscreen and smartphone compatibility. Across the lineup is the more efficient Hybrid. The 2022 Hyundai Tucson is the best value in the class. It offers a larger touchscreen with wireless smartphone compatibility and a really good warranty for $26,135.