Honda HR-V, CR-V, and Accord Prices Increased by Up to $2000

The Honda HR-V Hybrid was impacted by the $2,000 price hike, combined with the increased cost of other models—but current orders are protected in previous RRPs.

Honda Australia Prices across three of its four models have increased by between $100 and $2,000—but buyers who sign on the dotted line before August 1, 2022 will be “price protected” and original RRPs will be honored.

As of this month, prices have increased in 10 of Honda’s 13 model classes in the HR-V small SUV, CR-V mid-size SUV and Accord mid-size sedans, due to “current market conditions.”

Hardest hit was the HR-V e:HEV L hybrid, which got a $2,000 price increase from $45,000 to $47,000 by car — after hitting showrooms in April.

Meanwhile, the gasoline Accord VTi-LX shot up $500 to $57,900 away—one month after the hybrid version hit a $1,500 price increase, hitting $61,900 on the go.

A Honda spokesperson in Australia said hybrid versions of the HR-V and Accord face wait times of around 10 months. leaderdue to “customer orders backlog”.

Prices for the CR-V midsize SUV are up between $100 and $300 for August depending on the model grade. This doubles previous increases for similar amounts – although no variant is more than $800 more expensive than it was when Honda Australia adopted fixed prices last July.

While prices have risen, Honda Australia says customers who sign a contract before August 1, 2022 will be protected from price hikes — although models like the HR-V and Accord hybrids may not be delivered until mid-2023.

“A number of models/grades in the Honda range have received price adjustments as of August 1, which reflect current market conditions, with demand continuing to exceed expected production levels and the global supply chain continuing to be affected by parts shortages,” Honda Australia said in a media statement. Raw materials, energy, and other logistical challenges.

“Honda’s price protection policy will apply to any contracts signed prior to the change, where the vehicle has not yet been delivered. This means that there will be no change for customers who signed a contract before August 1 – the vehicle price will remain far from unchanged at the level before the price hike. .

“With a backlog of customer orders extending lead times for a number of vehicles, such as the HR-V hybrid and Accord hybrid (both are currently 10 months), [some of] The latest price changes will only take effect on vehicles that will be well delivered until 2023.”

Pricing for the Honda Civic’s hatch continues from US$47,200 a car, with no changes applied to its pricing since it went on sale in December 2021. Petrol HR-V Vi X – plus CR-V VTi 7 + Luxe special edition – unaffected by August price hikes .

The price hikes for the Accord, CR-V and HR-V – as well as last month’s Accord Hybrid – represent the first significant price increases since Honda Australia adopted a flat-rate “agency” business model on July 1, 2021.

2022 Honda HR-V Australian Prices

  • HR-V Vi X – $36,700 (unchanged)
  • HR-V e: HEV L – $47,000 (above $2,000)

2022 Honda CR-V Australian Prices

  • CR-V Vi Five-Seater – $35,900 (up to $300)
  • Five-seat CR-V VTi – $38,900 (up $100)
  • CR-V VTi 7 Seven-Seater – $40,900 (up to $200)
  • Five-Seater CR-V VTi X – $41,900 (up $200)
  • CR-V VTi 7 + Luxe Seven-Seater – $43,700 (unchanged)
  • Five-seat CR-V Black Edition – $44,900 (up to $200)
  • Five-Seater CR-V VTi L AWD – $46,200 (up from $200)
  • Seven-seater CR-V VTi L7 – $49,500 (up $300)
  • Five-Seater CR-V VTi LX AWD – $53,600 (up $200)

Honda Accord 2022 Australian Prices

  • Accord VTi-LX Petrol – $57,900 (above $500)
  • Accord VTi-LX hybrid – $61,900 (unchanged)

Alex Misoyannis

Alex Misoyannis has been writing about cars since 2017, when he started his own website, Redline. He contributed to Drive in 2018, before joining CarAdvice in 2019, becoming a regular contributing journalist to the news team in 2020. Cars have played a central role throughout Alex’s life, from navigating through car magazines at a young age, to growing around performance cars in the family. Car lover.

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