2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda CR-V
When it comes to family, compact crossovers check all the boxes. A dynamic performance pairs well with efficient fuel-economy ratings and spacious interiors are tailor-made for families on the go. Adorned with a litany of innovative features, current crossovers will fit a varying degree of needs and lifestyles for drivers in the Fort Smith, AR area. Take a closer look at how two top-rated crossovers stack up in our 2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda CR-V here at J. Pauley Toyota.
With a reinvigorated design, the 2016 Toyota RAV4 casts an impressive shadow on the compact crossover class. More athletic than ever, the Toyota RAV4 features an all-new RAV4 SE trim that adds a sport-tuned suspension and flashy style that complements the new design. New LED lighting systems and vivid exterior colors amplify the style of this refreshed Toyota crossover. Inside the Toyota RAV4, you will find an arsenal of innovative features in a spacious cabin with cavernous cargo space that provide utility. An added asset of the new Toyota RAV4 design is the addition of Toyota Safety Sense collision-prevention features.
|2016 Toyota RAV4||VS||2016 Honda CR-V|
|2.5-Liter Four-Cylinder||Engine||2.4-Liter Four-Cylinder|
|24 MPG City/31 MPG Hwy||Fuel Economy||26 MPG City/33 MPG Hwy|
|73.4 Cubic-Feet||Cargo Space||70.9 Cubic-Feet|
|Yes||Available Hybrid Powertrain||No|
Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is a Game Changer in the Compact Crossover Class
Power and performance are focal points of any comparison and are a great jumping off point for this 2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda CR-V head-to-head. Under the hood, the Toyota RAV4 employs a 176-horsepower 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a six-speed automatic transmission that makes 31 mpg on the highway. Honda CR-V models employ a 185-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that pairs with a continuously variable transmission to amplify efficiency. If you are looking for more power and better efficiency, the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid fits the bill.
What sets the Toyota crossover apart from the Honda competition is the availability of a Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, which makes 194 horsepower and 34 mpg in the city. Another advantage the Toyota RAV4 possesses over the Honda CR-V is the available cargo space. With 38.4 cubic-feet of cargo space behind the second row, Toyota RAV4 editions are tailor-made for day-to-day errands or family vacations. When the rear seats are laid flat, the Toyota RAV4 provides a cavernous 73.4 cubic-feet of space. Honda CR-V measurements stand at a lackluster 37.3 cubic-feet behind the second row and an available 70.9 cubic-feet with the seats laid flat. Stop in today at J. Pauley Toyota to get behind the wheel of the class-leading 2016 Toyota RAV4.