The current crossover segment is filled to the brim with solid options for your next family vehicle. Two of the options in this segment include the 2019 Honda CR-V and the 2019 Toyota RAV4. Here, we compare these two models to see which one might suit your needs better.
If you’re getting a crossover, it’s like that you’re looking for an interior that is spacious and practical. While both the CR-V and the RAV4 offer these features, the CR-V offers more space and amenities than its competitor. The Honda model has 39.2 cubic feet of cargo space behind its second-row seats, which is more than the RAV4’s 37.5 cubic feet. It also has a larger maximum cargo capacity than its Toyota competitor, offering up to 75.8 cubic feet. The RAV4 only offers 69.8 cubic feet.
While both of these models can seat up to five passengers, the CR-V will allow your passengers to stretch out a bit more, providing 105.9 cubic feet of maximum passenger volume. The RAV4 has seven cubic feet less passenger volume with 98.9 cubic feet.
Technology & Convenience
Both the CR-V and the RAV4 work to help make your daily life easier, providing a range of innovative technologies and features. The CR-V has one technology in particular that the RAV4 doesn’t – standard Android Auto™ smartphone integration. This means that those people with an Android smartphone can mirror their favorite apps directly on their CR-V’s touchscreen display. The RAV4 doesn’t have this technology on any of its trim levels.
Along with this tech, the CR-V also offers standard Remote Engine Start, a 12-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with four-way power lumbar support, and heated front seats. With the RAV4, heated front seats are only available on its higher trim levels, as are the power-adjustable driver’s seat. The Toyota crossover also doesn’t offer Remote Engine Start until you reach its higher trim levels.
Experience the difference by stopping into Avery Greene Honda and taking the 2019 Honda CR-V for a test drive.