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londiniumperson wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 9:43 pm Proof that Honda UK have no interest in selling EV's is their pricing on the Honda e:Ny1.
Or even just selling cars looking at the launch price of the ZR-V. Suggests that the forthcoming CR-V could start in the mid £40'sK, with the PHEV perhaps the wrong side of £50K

For the CR-V, that's maybe a £10k increase over the outgoing model

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FMIB wrote: Tue Aug 01, 2023 5:44 am
londiniumperson wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 9:43 pm Proof that Honda UK have no interest in selling EV's is their pricing on the Honda e:Ny1.
Or even just selling cars looking at the launch price of the ZR-V. Suggests that the forthcoming CR-V could start in the mid £40'sK, with the PHEV perhaps the wrong side of £50K

For the CR-V, that's maybe a £10k increase over the outgoing model
Same in the Netherlands*. Or would they want to stop selling cars in the EU in the first place, and then withdraw completely? I really don't understand anything about it.

*An equally equipped Volvo EX30 is €4,000 cheaper than the Honda e:Ny1 and that Volvo also runs further on a full battery.
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