The Honda CR-V Hybrid and the Toyota Rav4 Hybrid are two great vehicles that are direct competitors of each other. They both include all-wheel drive (AWD), great fuel economy, excellent safety features, and Android Auto/Apple CarPlay all as standard. Also, they both include ample cargo space, fuel efficiency, and reliability. In the end, both of these SUVs are great choices, but there are some differences that may sway you from buying one or the other.
Firstly, if we’re discussing price, the Toyota Rav4 Hybrid has a lower starting price at $29,575 while the Honda CR-V Hybrid has a starting price of $32,010. They are both very fuel efficient vehicles, with the Toyota Rav4 Hybrid narrowly passing the Honda CR-V Hybrid at 41/38 MPG and 40/35 MPG, respectively. The Toyota Rav4 Hybrid includes more safety features than the Honda CR-V Hybrid, but only by a marginal amount. The Honda CR-V Hybrid has more spacious back seats by at least two inches, while not sacrificing cargo space. Finally, the Honda CR-V Hybrid has a slightly more upscale feel to its interior, with leather-trimmed seats and ambient lighting options.
Overall, both the Toyota Rav4 Hybrid and the Honda CR-V Hybrid provide great value for your money and will make you happy no matter which one you choose. Which one you choose should depend on your preferences for features, and which are more important than others. Please feel free to to contact us at Kunes Honda of Quincy for more information.