2023 Honda HR-V First Look Review: Practicality Never Looked This Good

2023 Honda HR-V First Look Review: Practicality Never Looked This Good



The 2023 Honda HR-V price varies on whether you want the default front-wheel-drive or the additional grip provided by the all-wheel-drive system. An AWD system is available on all three models for an additional $1,500.The entry-level LX has an MSRP of $23,650. A mid-spec Sport retails for $25,650, and a top-spec EX-L starts at $27,450. These prices exclude the $1,245 destination fee.If you are considering shopping down from a CR-V, you’ll be happy to know that the HR-V is significantly cheaper. Thanks to its new platform, it’s now closer than ever in size to big brother. The CR-V starts at $26,800 and goes up to $36,600.As for rivals from other manufacturers, the news is good. There are more Subaru Crosstrek models to choose from, but the pricing is in the same ballpark, give or take a few hundred bucks. The Scooby’s pricing starts at $23,145 for the base model and goes up to $28,995 for the top-spec Limited.The same is true of the Mazda CX-30 models equipped with the naturally aspirated 2.5-liter inline-four. Pricing starts at $22,050, increasing to $28,700. The turbo model is a bit out of reach, however.