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Last Updated: December 14, 2018

Slipping Sales: So far this year, the Honda HR-V is selling in the top third of the subcompact SUV class, close on the tails of the Buick Encore and the Chevrolet Trax. The segment-leading Subaru Crosstrek is outselling the HR-V by about 68 percent. Honda dealerships are moving 8.5 percent fewer HR-Vs than they were by this same point a year ago.

Low Prices: The HR-V is one of the cheaper options in the class. Equipped with an automatic transmission, the base HR-V costs $20,520, which is around $1,200 below the class average.

Time to Buy: The HR-V’s quality and affordable price earned it the title of 2018 Best Subcompact SUV for the Money, meaning it’s a smart purchase regardless of market conditions. For more savings, check out the Mazda CX-3, which has a lower starting price and slower sales than the HR-V. Our Honda deals and Mazda deals pages have all the best finance and lease deals this month to help you decide.

2019 Honda HR-V Prices

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