Buying a Honda CR-V with three rows just got more affordable, with a new lower-spec model added to the range that’s $4500 cheaper than premium-equipped VTi-L, which until now was the only seven-seat option.
Priced at $34,490, the CR-V VTi-E is one of the most affordable seven-seat SUV on the market after the Mitsubishi Outlander and Nissan X-Trail, whose three-row versions are priced from $30,990 and $32,990 respectively.
The Honda CR-V is also one of the few medium SUVs to offer an extra row, along with the Mitsubishi Outlander and Nissan X-Trail.
The front-wheel-drive Honda CR-V VTi-E shares most of the features of the five-seat VTi, but adds leather-appointed seats, and third-row ceiling air-conditioning vents to decent features list that also includes:
- Two x rear USB Ports
- Dual zone climate control
- 7-inch infotainment screen
- Apple Carplay/Android Auto
- 18-inch alloy wheels
- Three-mode reversing camera
- 8-way powered driver’s seat
- Driver attention monitor system
- Smart keyless entry
- Push-button start
- Full size spare alloy wheel
- Front fog lights
- Tyre pressure monitoring system
The VTi-E brings the 2019 Honda CR-V range to seven, which all share the same 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine with CVT automatic.
2019 Honda CR-V pricing
- CR-V Vi, 5-seat, 2WD - $28,290
- CR-V VTi 5-seat, 2WD - $30,690
- CR-V VTi-E, 7-seat, 2WD - $34,490
- CR-V VTi-S, 5-seat, 2WD - $33,290
- CR-V VTi-S, 5-seat, AWD - $35,490
- CR-V VTi-L, 7-seat, 2WD - $38,990
- CR-V VTi-LX, 5-seat, AWD -$44,290
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