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Honda Prices the 2016 CR-V and Reveals a New Trim Level

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Honda Prices the 2016 CR-V and Reveals a New Trim Level

2016 Honda CR-V

2016 Honda CR-V (Credit: © Honda)

We are officially in the last quarter of 2015, which means the remaining unrevealed 2016 models should start rolling in at a fever pitch. Today, Honda has revealed the 2016 CR-V to the world. While it seems to carry over completely unchanged, the 2016 CR-V does have one notable change.

Last year, Honda introduced the new Touring trim level for the CR-V. For 2016, Honda is again adding a new trim level, the SE. This new trim will slot between the base LX and the midrange EX, giving buyers one additional option beyond the typical offerings.

2016 Honda CR-V

2016 Honda CR-V (Credit: © Honda)

This new trim level is available in both front-wheel and all-wheel drive, like the rest of the CR-V lineup. In addition to the features that come standard on the LX, the SE adds 17-inch two-tone alloy wheels, tinted rear windows, and a security system. For these extra goodies, Honda is only charging an extra $800 over the standard LX trim.

In terms of pricing, the CR-V LX FWD starts out at $23,595, which is $150 more than the 2015 model year. For buyers who want all-wheel drive, the LX trim runs $24,895, which is a $200 increase over the 2015 model. As stated earlier, the SE model runs $800 more than the LX model, putting it at $24,395 for the front-wheel-drive model and $25,695 for the all-wheel-drive model. The remaining trim levels include the EX FWD ($25,845), EX AWD ($27,145), EX-L FWD ($28,295), EX-L AWD ($29,595), EX-L Navi FWD ($29,795), EX-L Navi AWD ($31,095), Touring FWD ($31,945), and Touring AWD ($33,245).

The 2016 CR-V is available at dealers now.

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