2016 Toyota Rav4 Compared to 2016 Honda CR-V
Compare the Toyota Rav4 to the CR-V or any other competitor, and you will notice that Toyota’s updates to this SUV help it stay at the top of the class. Either option is a compact crossover SUV, which many Virginia residents find to be the ideal balance of maneuverability and versatility. Some people choose the CR-V just because of loyalty to Honda, but the Toyota Rav4 beats it in multiple categories.
2016 Toyota Rav4 Available Hybrid Powertrain
One of the biggest advantages of the 2016 Rav4 is its fuel economy, which is great for the standard model. Now, you can also get a Rav4 Hybrid, a simple way to boost efficiency even more while getting impressive power. Since the Honda CR-V isn’t available as a hybrid, it is safe to say that this is a clear win for the Toyota.
2016 Toyota Rav4 Space
You just need to compare the numbers to see that the 2016 Rav4 is more spacious inside than the CR-V. The Rav4 has 38.4 cubic feet for cargo while the CR-V only has 35.3 cubes. While the Honda has a respectable 41.3 inches of front legroom, taller drivers will prefer the Rav4 with its 42.6 inches.
2016 Toyota Rav4 Value
Since the Honda CR-V and Toyota Rav4 are priced fairly similarly, you need to look at the overall features to determine the better value. Toyotas have a better history of reliability, although Hondas don’t have any known issues. The Rav4 also tends to offer more features than the CR-V in a comparably priced model. Finally, the Rav4 gives you 2 years or 25,000 miles of complimentary maintenance through ToyotaCare, saving you a great deal of money; no similar program is offered with the CR-V.
When you are ready to get a 2016 Toyota Rav4 of your own, visit Miller Toyota in Manassas, Virginia.
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