The 2016 Honda HR-V will slide in right under the $20,000 mark for a base model that isn't really that basic. Honda announced Thursday all of the pricing for the HR-V.
The LX trim with front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual will start at $19,995, including the $880 destination charge. That gets you 17-inch wheels, Bluetooth and a backup camera, along with the usual power windows and locks and mirrors and air conditioning. Doing away with the shifting in favor of the continuously variable transmission adds $800. All-wheel drive comes only with the CVT and adds an additional $1,250.
EX trim adds a more elaborate backup camera, the touchscreen radio and automatic climate control, and starts at $22,045. The top EX-L Navi models – which add leather seats and navigation, obviously – come only with the CVT and kick off at $25,470.
Honda says the HR-V will go on sale at its U.S. dealerships on May 15.
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