2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda CR-V crossovers cargo room color options Hickory Gastonia Charlotte NC
2016 Toyota RAV4 2016 Honda CR-V
24 city, 31 highway MPG 26 city, 33 highway
73.4 Cargo Room (cubic feet) 70.9
6 Number of Speakers (base) 4
34.8 Turning Circle (feet) 37.5 2WD / 36.9 AWD
Yes Hybrid Available? No

2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda CR-V

2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda CR-V crossovers cargo room color options Hickory Gastonia Charlotte NC

Work or home life, weekdays or weekends, you're always on the move - life has plenty of challenges and you want a ride that can keep up with them, while still offering you the versatility to handle like a sedan yet pack in the cargo like a large SUV or a truck. That's where the compact crossover class comes into play: It's getting more popular by the day, and for good reason. Take one look at the 2016 Toyota RAV4 or the 2016 Honda CR-V, and you'll see the capabilities of this versatile group. We'll do a compare / contrast with these two top-selling crossovers and see which best suits your needs.

You want to have a vehicle that is pleasing to look at, both to you and to others while you're on the road. And the 2016 Toyota RAV4 has a streamlined, low-to-the-ground crossover look, with cool-yet-sturdy tire rims and subtle sport accents like a rear spoiler, while the 2016 CR-V has a similar low-to-the-ground look but with more visual clutter, like chunkier tire rims and raised tail lights. Better yet, if you like choice, the RAV4 has many color options: Electric Storm Blue, Hot Lava, Barcelona Red Metallic, Blizzard Pearl, Black Currant Metallic, and seven others. On the other hand, the 2016 CR-V only has a handful of color options, four in all including White Diamond Pearl and Modern Steel Metallic.

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Fuel economy is important - we all want to save money at the gas pump, and this is a close one, as the 2016 CR-V edges the RAV4 with 26 mpg city, 33 mpg highway in 2-wheel-drive models, while the 2016 RAV4 gets a still-solid 24 mpg city, 31 mpg highway in FWD models. But while you lose a little in fuel economy with the 2016 RAV4, you gain in cargo room, with 73.4 cubic feet to fit your shopping bags, camping equipment, luggage, or whatever the ride demands - while the 2016 CR-V has 70.9 cubic feet. And with the 2016 RAV4, you know you have a dependable ride, as it was named a 2016 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick+, which means it is among the most impact-resistant vehicles in its class. You also gain in handling, as the 2016 RAV4 has a sedan-like 34.8-foot curb-to-curb turning circle, making it easier for you to navigate into tight spaces, while the CR-V is a clunky 37.5 feet in comparison.

We have the Toyota RAV4 on the Hickory Toyota lot, so what are you waiting for? We can get you set up with a test drive, and a new RAV4, today. Hickory Toyota is located at 435 Highway 70 in Hickory, NC, and we have a wide selection of new Toyotas, from the Toyota Tundra truck to the Toyota 4Runner SUV, among other models. Come to the lot and see us to ask any questions you might have or to test drive a model you're interested in, or call us at (888) 902-9261.

2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda CR-V crossovers cargo room color options Hickory Gastonia Charlotte NC
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