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Curious what others think the price range will be for the HRV.

Fit ranges from low $16,000 to nearly $22,000.
CRV ranges from low $24,000 to nearly $34,000.

Most seem to be interested in the CVT EX which has a price range of around $18,000 for the Fit to about $28,000 for the CRV.

So an AWD CVT EX for around $23,000 MSRP?
 

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Curious what others think the price range will be for the HRV.

Fit ranges from low $16,000 to nearly $22,000.
CRV ranges from low $24,000 to nearly $34,000.

Most seem to be interested in the CVT EX which has a price range of around $18,000 for the Fit to about $28,000 for the CRV.

So an AWD CVT EX for around $23,000 MSRP?
That makes sense to me. In Canada we will have to add on 15-25%. What exchange rate auto manufactures use is alway a crap shoot.
 

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If the CVT EX AWD hits at $23,000 for MSRP, then it will be priced right where it needs to and still undercut a comparable equipped CX-3.


That makes sense to me. In Canada we will have to add on 15-25%. What exchange rate auto manufactures use is alway a crap shoot.
 

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That makes sense to me. In Canada we will have to add on 15-25%. What exchange rate auto manufactures use is alway a crap shoot.
I think those estimates are way high. If you compare the current lineup in Canada and the US, the Canadian markup is just a few percent. Making Hondas a deal at current exchange rates. I don't think they can price the exchange rate in on this car just because it's new, either; that would throw it out of whack with the rest of the lineup.
 

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If the CVT EX AWD hits at $23,000 for MSRP, then it will be priced right where it needs to and still undercut a comparable equipped CX-3.
In the Aussie CX3 vs HR-V article posted elsewhere, they mention the CX3 as around $600 (I think) cheaper than the Honda, so I wouldn't count on them undercutting it here. I think Honda still has a bit more premium rep than Mazda.
 

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Like the CX-5, is that for a base CX3?

In the Aussie CX3 vs HR-V article posted elsewhere, they mention the CX3 as around $600 (I think) cheaper than the Honda, so I wouldn't count on them undercutting it here. I think Honda still has a bit more premium rep than Mazda.
 

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My dealer said the HRV is being viewed as a step between the FIT and CRV, which are priced as follows for the 2WD models with CVT:

FIT 2WD LX w/CVT - $16,450
CRV 2WD LX w/CVT - $23,445

FIT 2WD EX w/CVT - $18,360
CRV 2WD EX w/CVT - $25,545

FIT 2WD EXL w/CVT - $19,925
CRV 2WD EXL w/CVT - $28,145

So if we place the HRV exactly halfway, pricewise, between the FIT and CRV counterparts, subtract $800 for the manual versions (as they do for the FIT), and add $1250 for the AWD versions (as they do for the CRV), we get the following (provided all these variants are available in the LX, EX, and EXL):

HRV 2WD LX Manual - $19,147.50
HRV 2WD LX w/CVT - $19,947.50
HRV AWD LX Manual - $20,397.50
HRV AWD LX w/CVT - $21,197.50

HRV 2WD EX Manual - $21,152.50
HRV 2WD EX w/CVT - $21,952.50
HRV AWD LX Manual - $22,402.50
HRV AWD LX w/CVT - $23,202.50

HRV 2WD EXL Manual - $23,235.00
HRV 2WD EXL w/CVT - $24,035.00
HRV AWD EXL Manual - $24,485.00
HRV AWD EXL w/CVT - $25,285.00

Honda typically adds a $820 destination charge to all their vehicles, which I didn't include in the above figures.

We'll see how close these are!
 

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My dealer said the HRV is being viewed as a step between the FIT and CRV, which are priced as follows for the 2WD models with CVT:

FIT 2WD LX w/CVT - $16,450
CRV 2WD LX w/CVT - $23,445

FIT 2WD EX w/CVT - $18,360
CRV 2WD EX w/CVT - $25,545

FIT 2WD EXL w/CVT - $19,925
CRV 2WD EXL w/CVT - $28,145

So if we place the HRV exactly halfway, pricewise, between the FIT and CRV counterparts, subtract $800 for the manual versions (as they do for the FIT), and add $1250 for the AWD versions (as they do for the CRV), we get the following (provided all these variants are available in the LX, EX, and EXL):

HRV 2WD LX Manual - $19,147.50
HRV 2WD LX w/CVT - $19,947.50
HRV AWD LX Manual - $20,397.50
HRV AWD LX w/CVT - $21,197.50

HRV 2WD EX Manual - $21,152.50
HRV 2WD EX w/CVT - $21,952.50
HRV AWD LX Manual - $22,402.50
HRV AWD LX w/CVT - $23,202.50

HRV 2WD EXL Manual - $23,235.00
HRV 2WD EXL w/CVT - $24,035.00
HRV AWD EXL Manual - $24,485.00
HRV AWD EXL w/CVT - $25,285.00

Honda typically adds a $820 destination charge to all their vehicles, which I didn't include in the above figures.

We'll see how close these are!
From your mouth to Honda's ears. :) I would like that pricing, if true.
 

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Sounds about right. Thanks for calculating.

My dealer said the HRV is being viewed as a step between the FIT and CRV, which are priced as follows for the 2WD models with CVT:

FIT 2WD LX w/CVT - $16,450
CRV 2WD LX w/CVT - $23,445

FIT 2WD EX w/CVT - $18,360
CRV 2WD EX w/CVT - $25,545

FIT 2WD EXL w/CVT - $19,925
CRV 2WD EXL w/CVT - $28,145

So if we place the HRV exactly halfway, pricewise, between the FIT and CRV counterparts, subtract $800 for the manual versions (as they do for the FIT), and add $1250 for the AWD versions (as they do for the CRV), we get the following (provided all these variants are available in the LX, EX, and EXL):

HRV 2WD LX Manual - $19,147.50
HRV 2WD LX w/CVT - $19,947.50
HRV AWD LX Manual - $20,397.50
HRV AWD LX w/CVT - $21,197.50

HRV 2WD EX Manual - $21,152.50
HRV 2WD EX w/CVT - $21,952.50
HRV AWD LX Manual - $22,402.50
HRV AWD LX w/CVT - $23,202.50

HRV 2WD EXL Manual - $23,235.00
HRV 2WD EXL w/CVT - $24,035.00
HRV AWD EXL Manual - $24,485.00
HRV AWD EXL w/CVT - $25,285.00

Honda typically adds a $820 destination charge to all their vehicles, which I didn't include in the above figures.

We'll see how close these are!
 

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Thanks Leon, good work!

I'd love to see the same breakdown for Canadian prices, but haven't the time right now. I'm guessing an additional $3-5k on these prices.
 

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Thanks Leon, good work!

I'd love to see the same breakdown for Canadian prices, but haven't the time right now. I'm guessing an additional $3-5k on these prices.
An additional $5,000 would be about 20% for exchange. Close to my 15-25% estimate.
 

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Comparing the CRV to CX5 and Civic to Mazda 3, each of the Mazdas come out more expensive here in the US so I would expect the same between the HRV and CX3.


QUOTE=idearat;54914]I think they were comparing similar models. The CX3 was the MAXX, one up from the NEO... whatever that means.[/QUOTE]
 

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Comparing the CRV to CX5 and Civic to Mazda 3, each of the Mazdas come out more expensive here in the US so I would expect the same between the HRV and CX3.


QUOTE=idearat;54914]I think they were comparing similar models. The CX3 was the MAXX, one up from the NEO... whatever that means.
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Just curious....I thought you said you were ready and waiting for an EX. The pictures you put with some of your posts is an LX.
 

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HR-V EX-L CVT U$ 28,000


(This was actualy written 7 days ago, but HR-V Forum doesn´t allowed me to sign in)


Just to join the discussion, I just bought my Honda HR-V (EX-L) in Brazil, where it´s was launched on March, 20.
If you consider that I paid U$ 28K and the Honda Prices in Brazil are something like 65/70% of the USA prices, I would bet you might have it for some U$ 18/20.000.
I´m taking in to account the Honda website prices for Honda CR-V, that I keep following, despite they stopped shippeng the CR-V to Brazil since last october. Believe me: We was paying U$ 50K for a CR-V last year. Until now we don't have the face-lifted model which is being sold in NA.
I´ve been to América some times, and I know you guys are tall (myself I´m 6.04 ft tal). Ok, I use to drive a CR-V and the leg room for the driver was very good for me, BUT, in the HR-V, I found myself squeezed. I´m driving it for 5 days and I´m sure it´s NOT for tall people (6 ft or more).
That´s my contribution. If anyone think I can help more: valdemirUCB(AT)gmail(DOT)com
Good luck for the ones who already ordered the HR-V. It´s a good car, but I hope your car will be better than ours (as Always - we don´t have sunroof, start/stop, WatchLane and so on...)


Valdemir
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