2015 Toyota RAV4 vs 2015 Chevy Equinox

Drivers expect their crossovers to do just about everything these days. They want efficiency and power, style and technology. The 2015 Toyota RAV4 and 2015 Chevy Equinox are both masters of balance as drivers will see below.

The 2015 Chevy Equinox leads the way with its estimated 32 mpg highway and available 301-horsepower performance. The crossover is able to punch put the power while also keeping its fuel consumption conservative during highway travel. The Equinox is also able to muster up enough strength to haul up to 3,500 pounds behind the wheel, which means bringing along tools and toys is way easier.

2015 Toyota RAV4 vs 2015 Chevy Equinox

2015 Toyota RAV4 VS 2015 Chevy Equinox
31 MPG 32
$23,680 MSRP $22,120
176 Horsepower 301
1,500 lbs. Towing capacity 3,500 lbs.

2015 Toyota RAV4 Janesville, Wisconsin

The Chevy Equinox has numbers on its side, but the 2015 Toyota RAV4 is still churning out impressive specs with the accolades to match. Earning an estimated 31 mpg highway fuel economy, the RAV4 is exceptionally efficient for the amount of power it can produce. Though much less gutsy under the hood than the Equinox, the RAV4 offers a spirited 176-horsepower, which allows drivers to haul up to 1,500 pounds of cargo. As noted by HIS Automotive, 90 percent of the RAV4 crossovers sold in the last ten years are still on the road, which means the SUV has a longevity not many other vehicles provide. The RAV4 was also awarded by IntelliChoice for having one of the lowest maintenance costs, and by KBB.com for being among the top 10 most affordable SUVs of 2015. Drivers can experience the 2015 Toyota RAV4's performance when they schedule a test drive at Hesser Toyota. Contact the dealership to learn more about the versatile crossover today!

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