Honda releases residual values for new CR-V Hybrid
Honda UK has announced class-leading residual values for the CR-V Hybrid, which arrived in dealerships in February 2019.
The first Honda SUV available as a hybrid in Europe offers some of the strongest residual values in its class. CAP has forecast that the latest evolution of the compact SUV will hold up to 49%* of its value after 36 months and 60,000 miles.
|Honda 2.0 CR-V SR AWD eCVT||Toyota RAV 2.5 VVT-I Hybrid Design CVT||Ford Kuga Ecoboost 1.5 Titanium X Auto||Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 Tsi BMT 180 4motion|
|Residual value percent (36 months, 60,000 miles)||49%||45%||36%||44%|
When compared with the Toyota RAV4 2.5 VVT-I Hybrid model – the only other hybrid vehicle in this class – the Honda CR-V Hybrid holds a further five per cent of its value, with residuals even outperforming similar petrol models. When compared to the Volkswagen 2.0 Tsi model, the Honda CR-V Hybrid holds a further 5% of its value, and an incredible 13% compared to the Ford Kuga Ecoboost.
Marc Samuel, fleet sales operations manager at Honda UK, commented: “The CR-V Hybrid is a much-anticipated addition to the Honda product line-up for fleet customers and really raises the bar in terms of our SUV offering. The resulting residual values are certainly impressive within the class and, coupled with the sophisticated and spacious exterior and interior design and Honda Sensing safety features as standard, it’s an excellent package for company car drivers”
For more information on the CR-V Hybrid visit; https://www.honda.co.uk/cars/new/cr-v-hybrid/overview.html
*CAP Gold Book March 2018