Honda has previously announced that the company has increased the price of the 2013 version of the CR-V which is also viewed as one of the most popular crossover in the US. The said announcement has also stressed out that Honda has decided to retain all of the features that are found on the previous year’s version of the CR-V and the company has also refrained itself from implementing any improvements on the vehicle. Thus, the 2013 Honda CR-V is currently considered as a carryover vehicle.
Upon hearing the announcement, a lot of car experts and even the buyers became frustrated with the decision that Honda has come up regarding the 2013 Honda CR-V. This is because most of these experts and buyers have expected that the US-bound CR-V will offer all of the features that are found on the European version but their expectations were wrong.
A lot of car experts and even the buyers all over the US have been expecting a lot of changes since Honda have previously released the 2013 Honda CR-V which is bound for the European market. This version of the CR-V obtained a lot of upgrades and new features such as the restyled bumper in front, fin antenna, turn signals that are incorporated on the vehicle’s side view mirrors, and the LED running lights. Aside from that the European buyers are also given the chance to own a CR-V with an optional power lift gate.
Aside from confirming that the 2013 Honda CR-V will be introduced as a carryover version, Honda has also stressed out that the lineup will still be composed of the LX, EX, and EX-L trim. The car maker has also hinted that the LX trim will be sold with the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $22,695 which reflects a $200 increase.