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Source: http://m.drive.com.au/motor-news/honda-hrv-priced-under-25k-20150113-12ndyh.html

According to the site the base model will start at just under $25k, the next trim up tacks on $3k more and the top of the line model is just over $30k... Seems a bit more pricy than we all had thought, unless my source is absolute bogus... Then disregard all of this.

*Edit*-On second thought I have a feeling this pricing is bogus because it is being priced above the larger CR-V which does not make any sense.
 

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Well if those are the prices, there goes my purchase plans down the drain

100% bogus IMO
not bogus, just the wrong currency and country ;)

We can get a rough estimate though by exploring the pricing relationship between CRV and HRV in markets where we do have pricing information...
 

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not bogus, just the wrong currency and country ;)

We can get a rough estimate though by exploring the pricing relationship between CRV and HRV in markets where we do have pricing information...
Or just convert the currencies...

Base model would be right around $20k and top model would be around $25k
 

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Or just convert the currencies...

Base model would be right around $20k and top model would be around $25k
Things aren't quite that easy. Maybe that gives us an idea but cars tend to cost more in Australia generally. By that I mean you can't just convert the currencies because Australians usually pay more for their vehicles than Americans.
 

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Things aren't quite that easy. Maybe that gives us an idea but cars tend to cost more in Australia generally. By that I mean you can't just convert the currencies because Australians usually pay more for their vehicles than Americans.
That is correct. Cars cost more in other parts of the world than the US.
 
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