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2021 Honda CR-V vs 2021 Toyota RAV4 | Vallejo, CA

Car shopping can be daunting, especially when you’re looking for your next family vehicle. With so many options to choose from, it’s important to know which models will suit your family’s needs best. Two options in the popular crossover segment are the Honda CR-V and the 2021 Toyota RAV4. This comparison examines these two models, highlighting their differences to help you make your decision easier.
 

Interior

 
If you’re looking for a family-friendly ride to haul your family around Vallejo, then space comes at a premium. It’s likely that the bigger the vehicle, the better it will work for your family’s needs. When you look at the specs for the CR-V and RAV4, the CR-V manages to pull ahead in both passenger and cargo volume.
 
The 2021 CR-V offers 102.9 cubic feet of passenger volume, while the RAV4 only offers 98.9 cubic feet. You will also be able to pack more cargo into the CR-V. It gets 39.2 cubic feet of cargo space behind the second-row seats and a maximum of 75.8 cubic feet.* The RAV4 only offers 37.6 cubic feet and 69.8 cubic feet, respectively. This means the CR-V will have more space, which is appealing especially if you like heading out on road trips through California.
 

Safety

 
Both the 2021 CR-V and 2021 RAV4 work to help you feel more confident behind the wheel. Each model comes standard with its brand’s suite of driver-assistance features. When you look closely, though, you will notice that the CR-V has more safety intelligence than the RAV4. It comes standard with the Road Departure Mitigation System, which is something that the RAV4 doesn’t offer. The CR-V has another available safety feature that the RAV4 doesn’t: Walk Away Auto Lock.
 

Value-oriented luxury

 
Having a family likely means that you have to stick to a budget more often than not. With this in mind, you likely want an affordable family hauler that offers solid value. When it comes to the starting MSRP of these two models, the CR-V has a lower one. Its starting MSRP is $25,350,*** while the RAV4 has a starting MSRP of $26,050.
 
As you move up the trim levels to the top-level trim, you will notice that the highest CR-V trim offers more value than the RAV4’s. The CR-V Touring has a lower price tag, while still offering many of the same premium style and features as the RAV4 Limited trim. With the Touring’s starting MSRP of $33,650,*** you get features like heated leather seats, a power-adjustable driver’s seat with two-position memory, a premium audio system, and wireless phone charger, among other features. For these same features, you will have to pay a starting MSRP of $34,580.
 
The 2021 Honda CR-V offers the versatility and adaptability you need for your next family vehicle. Check out our selection of CR-V crossovers online and call or email to schedule your test drive at Avery Greene Honda in Vallejo, California.
 
*Based on SAE J1100 cargo volume measurement standard plus, where applicable, floor space between seating rows and seats in their forward-most and upright position.
 
***MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $1,175 destination charge, and accessories. Dealer prices may vary. MSRP does not include $395 charge for select premium colors. $395 charge applies to 2021 and newer models.
 

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