Honda’s 2019 CR-V began arriving at dealerships today, according to information from the company.
The latest version of the sport utility vehicle is assembled by workers at the auto maker’s facilitities in East Liberty and Marysville. Workers at facilities in Greenburg, Ind., Ontario, Canada and Japan also assemble the vehicle. The latest model startes at $24,350 for the LX model with two-wheel drive and $25,750 for the LX with all-wheel-drive excluding $995 destination and handling.
The most expensive all-wheel drive touring trim starts at $34,150.
Company officials released figures earlier this month showing Honda sold about 305,400 of the current model so far this year. That’s down about one percent through the same period in 2017.
About 1,400 workers from Clark and Champaign counties work for the automaker, and it employs about approximately 14,500 Ohioans overall.
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