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Pre-Owned Honda CR-V: How Much Should You Pay?

The Honda CR-V is certainly one of the most popular vehicles with consumers, but unfortunately, it’s also a number a popular target for car thieves in Quebec, according to the statistics. There are many reasons to want one, whether you are a family or just someone who needs a good amount of space.

That being said, the CR-V historically maintains a great resale value and will command higher-than-average prices for pre-owned vehicle buyers. How much should you pay for one? Let’s see what the market is like these days.

On Otogo.ca, there’s almost 600 pre-owned Honda CR-V models for sale, covering years 2007 to 2022 (if we exclude demos of the brand-new CR-V 2023 because, yes, some have already been listed). Overall, prices range between $6,000 and close to $50,000. Let’s also mention that due to Honda’s general quality and reliability, the prices are driven up by the vehicle’s equipment and maintenance more than its year and mileage.

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Now, if we look at third-generation CR-Vs (2007-2011), you can expect to pay less than $14,000 for a well-maintained specimen, but beware, the mileage can vary widely. We’ve found a 2008 model with just 69,000 km, and another one with visible signs of age, and 267,000 km on the odometer.

The following generation (2012-2016) has a good number of CR-Vs under $15,000, but they've generally been driven over 150,000 km, if not 200,000 km. The majority of them are in the $20,000-$29,000 price range.

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Naturally, there are more options when it comes to the fifth-generation CR-V (2017- 2022). However, don’t get your hopes up for models under $20,000, because they are selling like hot cakes. Most of them are listed over $30,000.  

By the way, for the base price of a brand-new 2023 CR-V, which is $36,740 preparation and transportation fees included (traction LX trim), you can find two or three-year-old Sport and Touring high-end trims with less than 40,000 km. That’s something to think about.

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