July 02, 2017: Post GST, the ex-showroom prices of the Honda CR-V have gone down. The margin of price reduction is different in different cities, depending on the older tax structure. Priced have dropped across all variants.
Delhi: The Honda CR-V 2.0L 2WD MT is now priced at Rs 21.53 lakh, as opposed to Rs 22.64 lakh pre-GST. This is a drop of approx Rs 1.11 lakh.
Mumbai: The Honda CR-V 2.0L 2WD MT is now priced at Rs 21.89 lakh, which as opposed to Rs 24.16 lakh pre-GST. This is a drop of approx Rs 2.27 lakh.
Do note that prices for insurance are marginally higher, as they are taxed at 18 per cent instead of the earlier 15 per cent.
Honda CR-V Variants
Honda CR-V prices start at Rs. 21.54 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 26.69 lakh. Honda CR-V is available in 4 variants and 5 colours.
The 4th generation Honda CR-V has finally made it to Indian shores. It's new, stylish, well-built and has that typical 'Honda' air of distinction, and should be able to put up quite a fight in the entry level premium SUV league
Globally, the 1st generation CR-V made its debut in 1995. That was the year that Honda pulled a game changer on the burgeoning market that was going SUV crazy at the time. Big, monstrous 4x4 machines received a showdown from a lightweight CR-V, which essentially introduced the world to the realm of the soft-roader. I remember at the time, Honda was all gung-ho about the fact that a solid majority of SUV owners never leave the tarmac, so why offer technology that doesn’t have any purpose?
The CR-V was built to drive like a car, offer car like comfort, yet look like an SUV and if need be, handle a bid of puddle bashing and trail use thanks to the intelligent real time 4x4 system that Honda installed in it, which essentially leaves the CR-V as a front wheel drive vehicle and only transfers power to the rear wheels should the system feel the need for it. It was a vehicle for the smart-class so to speak and while it couldn’t go boulder bashing, the CR-V proved to be the ultimate urban SUV and the brand has never had to look back ever since.
In India, the CR-V made its debut in 2003 followed by the 2nd and the 3rd generation models introduced...read more »
February 11, 2013 By Vikram Gour Photography : Kunal Khadse
Honda CR-V Highlights
Targeted at premium buyers, Honda CR-V is priced in the range of Rs 21.54 - 26.36 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). The design of this premium SUV is very sophisticated and signifies unique blend of space and utility. The heavily raked front windshield, high window lines, and dynamic rear are some of the highlights of CR-V's design. The interiors of CR-V has many clever touches like one-touch dive down rear seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, auto-dimming internal rear view mirror, and push-button engine start-stop system. Powering the CR-V is the Honda's famous i-VTEC petrol engine which comes in two different states of tune - a 156PS/190Nm 2.0-liter and a 190PS/226Nm 2.4-liter. While the former can be had in both manual and automatic transmission latter is available only in an automatic variant. In the Indian market, the Honda CR-V is competing against the likes of Hyundai Tucson, Jeep Compass, Toyota Fortuner, and Ford Endeavour among others.