“A larger, more powerful and more fuel efficient engine combined with standard technology features available across more trim levels make the 2016 Honda CR-V the easy choice!”
2016 HONDA CRV vs. 2016 TOYOTA RAV 4
|2.4-litre, 16-valve, Direct Injection,
DOHC, i-VTEC® 4-cylinder
|ENGINE||2.5 Litre 4 Cylinder|
|185 @ 6400||HORSEPOWER||176 hp @ 6,000rpm|
|181 @ 3900||TORQUE||172 @ 4,100 rpm|
|9.5 L/100Km city, 7.5 L/100 km hwy||FUEL ECONOMY||10.0 L/100 km city, 7.6L/100 km hwy|
CR-V Reviews From The Web:
the 2016 Honda CR-V is:“versatile, safe and easy to drive, a great choice for a small crossover SUV”
Kelley Blue Book: Whether you’re just starting a family or finishing up with one, the 2016 Honda CR-V makes a great choice. Available all-wheel drive (AWD) is perfect for traveling in snow, and you’ll find little to complain about in the areas of fuel economy, reliability and resale figures.
The 2016 Honda CR-V and the 2016 Toyota RAV 4 are both titans in their respective categories. They’re two of the most spacious compact SUVs you can buy and they’re both extremely versatile, with tons of available features. But if you’re considering the 2016 Honda CR-V vs 2016 Toyota RAV4, you probably know that already. So, let’s get into the specifics.
Engine, Horsepower & Fuel Economy
Both the 2016 CR-V and the 2016 RAV4 use a single engine across all of their trim levels. The CR-V’s engine gives you 185 horsepower to your wheels, compared to the RAV-4’s 176 hp. The CR-V’s engine also comes out ahead on fuel efficiency: earning 9.5 L/100Km city, 7.5 L/100 km hwy.
Seats & Cargo Space
They’re pretty evenly matched when it comes to space: both SUVs have lots of it. The RAV4’s cargo space behind the 2nd row is slightly bigger, but the corresponding passenger legroom is slightly smaller. The CR-V features incredibly convenient easy-to-fold backseats, which fold themselves flat with just one pull of one strap on each side. The RAV4’s folding setup requires a bit more work.
Finally, the CR-V makes some of its convenient tech features more widely available across the lineup than the RAV4 does. While a rearview backup camera is standard on every RAV4 and every CR-V, a blind spot camera isn’t. With the CR-V, it’s still very widely available, as a standard feature on the mid-level EX trim and up. With the RAV4, on the other hand, it’s only available on the most expensive Limited edition, and even then, it’s part of an option package that costs extra.
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