Price Changes to Honda CR-V Range


Honda CR-V

1st September, 2005

Honda Australia, in the midst of its third consecutive record sales year, has announced price changes to its CR-V range.

Honda Australia Senior Director Lindsay Smalley said, “In January this year we added greater value, thanks to a combination of additional equipment and the abolition of tariffs on our Thai produced cars, (the Civic sedan and Accord), resulting in another record sales year. And to continue the momentum we have re-aligned the prices of our CR-V range and passed on the benefits of the strong Australian dollar – Japanese Yen exchange rate to consumers, offering even greater affordability across all CR-V models”.

In October 2004 Honda Australia upgraded the specification of the CR-V range with the addition of a five speed automatic transmission, bigger wheels, tyres and brakes, new colours and upgrades to the audio system, instrument panel, security system and cruise control on all models.

The CR-V’s off-road performance was also enhanced thanks to improvements to Honda’s Real-Time 4WD system and safety was given a boost with the inclusion of side airbags on CR-V Sport models.

Model Old price New Price
CR-V base manual $31,990 $29,990
CR-V base auto $33,990 $31,990
*CR-V Sport manual $36,790 $35,290
*CR-V Sport auto $38,790 $37,290
*CR-V Sport Luxury manual $38,290 $37,290
*CR-V Sport Luxury auto $40,290 $39,290

* includes metallic paint

The CR-V has been one of Honda Australia’s most successful models with over 75,000 sold since its launch in 1997.

The new prices are effective from 1st September, 2005.

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