|2015 Toyota RAV4||2015 Honda CR-V|
|1,500 lbs.||Towing capacity||1,500 lbs.|
2015 Toyota RAV4 vs 2015 Honda CR-V
The crossover segment is seeing a boost in competition this year, which continues with the battle between the 2015 Toyota RAV4 vs 2015 Honda CR-V. Offering very similar performances at near-identical price points, these two crossovers are making their segment one of the most challenging in the automotive industry.
The 2015 Honda CR-V is one of the most loved crossovers in its class. With the ability to generate up to a 185-horsepower performance while also earning drivers an estimated 34 mpg highway fuel economy it’s not hard to see why. With the ability to haul up to 1,500 pounds of additional gear or cargo, the CR-V proves to be a durable option for frequent travelers. Starting at $23,445 MSRP, the CR-V is also within the range of attainable vehicles.
2015 Toyota RAV4 Janesville, Wisconsin
There are some slight differences between the RAV4 and CR-V’s performance, but the overall consensus is that both of these vehicles deliver impressive performance capabilities and strength on and off the road.
Also one of the most highly revered crossovers in the segment, the 2015 Toyota RAV4 is able to deliver both power and efficiency under the hood. While its 176-horsepower performance and estimated 31 mpg highway fuel economy rating are slightly lower than the CR-V’s offerings, the RAV4 is still able to deliver the same towing capacity as its Honda competitor. Starting at $23,680, the RAV4 is incredibly close in price to the CR-V as well. Drivers can explore the RAV4 for themselves by scheduling a test drive at Hesser Toyota today.