Honda CR-V vs Toyota RAV4
Versatile SUVs like the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 were designed to offer convenient space and lots of features to everyone from families to commuters. So, which one of these compact SUVs is right for you?
Arrowhead Honda helps drivers in Peoria, Glendale, and Sun City decide with this Honda CR-V vs. Toyota RAV4 comparison. Then, find our Honda dealer near you and contact us to take a test drive!Contact Us
The Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 each feature two rows of seats with room for five people. They both have comfortable interiors, but the Honda gives you and your passengers a little more room to enjoy the ride.
|Honda CR-V||Toyota RAV4|
|Headroom (front/rear)||40.1 inches/39.2 inches||37.7 inches/39.5 inches|
|Legroom (front/rear)||41.3 inches/40.4 inches||41.0 inches/37.8 inches|
|Hip room (front/rear)||55.1 inches/49.5 inches||54.3 inches/47.7 inches|
|Passenger Volume||105.9 cubic feet||98.9 cubic feet|
Both SUVs are also designed to help you carry lots of cargo. You’ll find plenty of trunk space and 60/40 split flat-folding rear seats inside each of them. The Honda CR-V is able to offer more overall space though. With the seats folded it has up to 75.8 cubic feet of cargo room. The Toyota is only able to offer 69.8 cubic feet of cargo room.
When it comes to the Honda CR-V vs. Toyota RAV4, both vehicles feature a user-friendly infotainment system to help you stay on the best route and enjoy your drive.
Inside the Honda, you’ll have a high-resolution touchscreen in the center of your dashboard. It’s equipped with the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™ with voice recognition. It’ll take you on the best route, plus you can change your destination without taking your hands off the wheel.
Your infotainment system is also Bluetooth® compatible, so you can sync your smartphone and access your music and apps through features like:
- • Apple CarPlay™
- • Android Auto™
- • Pandora®
The Bluetooth® also allows you to safely send and receive messages through an SMS Text Message Function and take calls with HandsFreeLink®.
The Toyota RAV4 also has a touchscreen with navigation system, Bluetooth®, and Apple CarPlay™, but it doesn’t offer Android Auto™.
On top of having more space and features, the Honda CR-V is also more stylish. Its interior offers classic leather seats, refined wood trim along the doors, and its infotainment screen seamlessly fits into the center of its dashboard.
The Toyota RAV4 does not offer leather seats on its higher trim levels. Instead it features their signature SofTex® upholstery. Its infotainment system is also positioned on top of your dashboard, which can block some of your visibility while driving.
Outside, the Honda is sleek all the way around with diagonal headlights and smooth accent lines. On the other hand, the Toyota is having a bit of an identity crisis. Its sides and back are streamlined and rounded, but its front features a bold mesh grille that looks like it belongs on a sporty compact car instead.
Honda CR-V vs Toyota RAV4
We hope you found our car comparison of the Honda CR-V vs. Toyota RAV4 to be useful. Visit Arrowhead Honda to test drive the roomy and stylish Honda CR-V. It offers lots of convenient features and comfortable space to drivers in Phoenix, West Valley, and Surprise. To learn more about this Honda CR-V vs. Toyota RAV4 comparison, contact us or visit our dealership.View CR-V Inventory Honda Research