The 2021 Honda CR-V is the brand's best-selling vehicle, of its stylish trim options, an available hybrid powertrain, and top-rated safety features. Since Honda gave the current-generation CR-V a significant mid-cycle update last year, the 2021 model is mostly unchanged. This Honda's midsize crossover is a versatile and family-friendly car that delivers an attractive interior, a fuel-efficient 190 hp 1.5-liter turbocharged engine, plenty of cargo room, and poised driving dynamics. The 2021 Honda CR-V boasts an interior with a roomy passenger and cargo area, as well as a number of drive-enhancing amenities. The CR-V Touring AWD model goes to 60 in 7.8 seconds, not that quick but fun to drive. In terms of engine performance, the EPA rates the Honda CR-V with up to 28/34 mpg city/highway gas mileage.
2021 Honda CR-V For Sale
The 2021 Honda CR-V starts at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $25,350 for the entry-level LX which comes with a good number of active safety features. Stepping up to the next-in-line EX trim which starts at $27,860. while to get premium add-ons like leather seats and navigation, you'll have to look at the CR-V EX-L starting at $30,450 or the top-range Touring trim that begins from $33,650. Prices for the used 2021 Honda CR-V range from around $25,800 to $44,988, depending on the vehicle mileage ranging from 14 to 95,421. You can lease a new Honda CR-V for $299 per month for 36 months with $3,599 due at signing.
2021 Honda CR-V Buying Advice
If you're considering an older model, check out the 2019 and 2020 models which are part of the same generation revamped in 2017. Honda gave the 2020 CR-V an exterior facelift and added the Honda Sensing suite of active safety features as standard equipment. Based on the listings, most shoppers paid an average price of around $32,245 for the used 2020 Honda CR-V. Go for the CR-V EX which adds a touch-screen infotainment system, smartphone integration, blind-spot monitoring, heated front seats, and a moonroof.