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2012 U.S.-spec Honda CR-V starts from $23,105

2012 Honda CR-V

The Japanese automaker Honda has published the pricing list for the 2012 U.S.-spec CR-V. The cheapest model money can buy costs $22,295 for the entry-level LX 2WD version, while the top-spec EX-L AWD will set you back at least $29,795. These prices do not include the destination & handling charges which stand at $810, lifting the price to $23,105 (LX 2WD) and $30,605 (EX-L AWD).

2012 Honda CR-V

According to the carmaker, even though they have added standard equipment worth of $400 – $1,000 over the previous model, the prices have been increased by an average of only $181. An interesting offer is for the version which comes with a sat-nav system because it is $300 more affordable than the comparable 2011MY CR-V.

2012 Honda CR-V

Regardless of the chosen trim level, the 2012 Honda CR-V sold in the United States is powered exclusively by a 4-cylinder, 2.4-liter i-VTEC engine that develops 185 hp and a peak torque of 163 lb.-ft. This power unit is mated as standard to a five-speed automatic gearbox, enabling the SUV to have an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 23 mpg in the city, 31 mpg on the highway and 26 mpg in the combined cycle for the versions which have a FWD system. The all-wheel-drive model can return 22 mpg city, 30 mpg highway and 25 mpg in the combined cycle.

Source: Honda via Carscoop

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