HONDA CR-Vs are the most common passenger vehicles in the United States, and the Honda CR is no exception.
But they are also the most expensive car in the country.
According to Edmunds, the Honda’s annual average price tag is $17,827.
That’s $2,719 more than the Hyundai Elantra.
The average price of a new car in California is $27,800.
Even for the most advanced consumers, a new CR-X costs about $18,000 to $23,500.
The CR-Z and CR-6 are more affordable, but are less expensive.
But even for those who can afford it, there’s no way to afford a Honda with such a hefty price tag.
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The Honda CR’s base price starts at $20,955, with options for $21,100, $23.500, $24,100 and $26,100.
The Honda CR will cost you about $20.3 million if you want a base model, according to Edmund’s numbers.
That means the base CR-9 costs $29,800, the base model CR-8 $31,500, and so on.
The Honda R comes in two models: the base and all-wheel drive versions.
The base CR costs $18.9 million and the all-terrain version costs $20 million.
The all-new Honda CR7 will start at $29.95, the model with all-trim tires.
It also comes with two different trim levels: Sport and Sport Plus.
The Sport and Plus trim levels come in at $25,700 and $30,900, respectively.
The Premium trim comes in at a whopping $39,900.
On top of the base prices, the CR-10 will start around $31.8 million, which is a little more than twice as much as the CR7.
The model also comes in four trim levels, Sport, Plus, Sport Plus, and Ultimate.
The premium version starts at just over $40,000.
In the end, it’s all about the money.
The next generation Honda CR comes in as the highest-priced vehicle on the market, at $45,000, with a starting price of $47,600.
That price tag can only go up.
This article originally appeared on TheCarInsider.com.