Why Everyone Should Buy A 2018 Honda CR-V Instead Of The 2018 Toyota RAV4
The 2018 Honda CR-V is the ultimate trip. Featuring a sporty design and an athletic personality, it has it all: From innovative technology to power potency. No matter the audience, the CR-V has what it takes to be a hit. Today we explain how the 2018 Honda CR-V fares against another impressive car that came out this year: the 2018 Toyota RAV4.
Specs and Dimensions
In comparison to the 2018 Toyota RAV4, the Honda CR-V has a 190 hp engine, which is 14 more horsepower than that of the Toyota RAV4. It also features a 179lb. ft. of torque engine, 7lb/ft. more torque than its competitor. In terms of fuel efficiency, The 8.0L/100km combined fuel economy is better than that of the Toyota RAV4 by 1.5 L/100 km.
In terms of space, the interior cargo volume (1110L), the interior maximum cargo volume (2146L) and the passenger volume (2914L) are all greater than the capacity of Toyota RAV4. The vehicle also provides more rear legroom (1025 mm) than its competitor.
The 2018 Honda CR-V features a remote engine start and a HomeLink garage door transmitter, both features that make the vehicle convenient when busy or in a hurry. These are also two features that the 2018 Toyota RAV4 doesn't have.
Safety and Security
The 2018 Honda CR-V has a low tire pressure warning so that you are never surprise by that. It also posses a driver convex spotter mirror. Once again, the 2018 RAV4 doesn't have these features.
The 2018 Toyota RAV4 doesn't feature a radio data system which, fortunately for you, the 2018 Honda CR-V does posses.
Suspension and Handling
The 2018 Honda CR-V is equipped with tires that are wider than that on the 2018 Toyota RAV4.
The 2018 Honda CR-V features an intercooled turbo engine to prevent overheating, a convenient feature that the 2018 Toyota RAV4 is not equipped with.
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