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I think pricing will be a little higher than pricing of the Honda Civic. I think the HR-V LX will be about $20.500 and the EX will be $21,750. Add an additional $1250 for AWD. My calculations are based on the difference of a CR-V to a civic then added to base price of a Fit.
 

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You should probably use the Civic to an Accord to get the price difference. The CRV is about $1000 more than an accord so the HRV might be in that same ball park with a Civic, plus it is a smaller platform. That would be a good compare for 2wd. Throw on the additional $$ for AWD.
 

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That's pretty good pricing. Although that is the American pricing so I assume that it will be more expensive in Canada. What are the odds it will stay under $20,000?
 

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well FIT starts a $14K and CRV starts at $24K, median value would make it $19K...Considering Juke is $10K, TRAX will be $20K, that seems about right...
 

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well FIT starts a $14K and CRV starts at $24K, median value would make it $19K...Considering Juke is $10K, TRAX will be $20K, that seems about right...
Whoa ... $10K for a Juke? Gimme a couple o' them Jukes!
If I put 'em both together I might have one reasonably-sized trunk :D
 
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well FIT starts a $14K and CRV starts at $24K, median value would make it $19K...Considering Juke is $10K, TRAX will be $20K, that seems about right...
Last I checked the Fit LX starts at $15,650. Since the Civic LX starts at $18,490 and the CR-V LX (which is based on Civic platform) is $23,320 the difference is $4,830. Adding the differnce to the Fit would equate to $20,390 for the HR-V LX (the HR-V is based on the Fit platform in the same way the CR-V is based on the Civic). The prices quoted are based on MSRP.
 

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You should probably use the Civic to an Accord to get the price difference.
Why? The Accord is a sedan while the CR-V is a crossover. The HR-V will also be a crossover and the entry vehicle to Honda's light truck lineup.
 

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Exactly, they serve different purposes and also come in at different price ranges, plus i doubt there will be much of a cross over between the two of them come time for buyers to decide what to get.
 

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Interesting calculations.
I am still going to dream for a price for an LX as between 19,000 and 20,000. Hopefully below or at 20,000 including tax and destination. :)
 

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Why? The Accord is a sedan while the CR-V is a crossover. The HR-V will also be a crossover and the entry vehicle to Honda's light truck lineup.


Right, but comparing the Civic to the HRV or CRV is an apples to oranges comparison. Honda said at the LA presser that they have a flow from the Fit to Civic to Accord for their car lines. They want to create truck flow, which will be HRV to CRV to Pilot. The CRV is just a tad bit more expensive than the Accord. So I expect the HRV to be a tad bit more expensive than the Civic in 2wd models.


My guess is that a 2wd, LX, Manual will be $19k ish. However I am more concerned about MPG than the cost at this point. What will the combined MPG be?? In any case we'll know within a few months.
 

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I wasn't comparing the HR-V to the Civic. I was using the Civic/CR-V relationship to estimate a price for the HR-V. Because the HR-V is based on the Fit platform in the same manner that the CR-V is based on the Civic.

The Accord has no relationship to the CR-V, so using the Accord/CR-V comparison to estimate the HR-V price makes no sense.
 

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Why? The Accord is a sedan while the CR-V is a crossover. The HR-V will also be a crossover and the entry vehicle to Honda's light truck lineup.


Actually we are both trying to do the same thing just looking at it differently. You are using the platform I am using the class progression. In the end we are just trying to get a best guess. In any case, we all hope Honda delivers a great product that we can all enjoy and afford!
 

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Actually we are both trying to do the same thing just looking at it differently. You are using the platform I am using the class progression. In the end we are just trying to get a best guess. In any case, we all hope Honda delivers a great product that we can all enjoy and afford!
Agreed. The drawback to using class progression is that the HR-V is to be the entry point of the light truck lineup. How do you pick a new starting point of a class progression.
 

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Last I checked the Fit LX starts at $15,650. Since the Civic LX starts at $18,490 and the CR-V LX (which is based on Civic platform) is $23,320 the difference is $4,830. Adding the differnce to the Fit would equate to $20,390 for the HR-V LX (the HR-V is based on the Fit platform in the same way the CR-V is based on the Civic). The prices quoted are based on MSRP.
 

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I am just now reading the review. The topspeed review lists a starting price of 17500. Must be a guesstimate. It made my heart skip a beat for just a second. But, I know it's not true.
 
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