Toyota RAV4 vs Honda CR-V


2018 Toyota RAV4 vs 2018 Honda CR-V SUV in Glenside

When deciding on your next SUV, knowing all the ins and outs is important. The 2018 Toyota RAV4 and the 2018 Honda CR-V are comparable in size and price, but you'll get a lot more features, tech, and equipment in the RAV4 for the money. Every new RAV4 SUV comes standard with a full suite of Toyota Safety Sense P (TSS-P) safety features--the CR-V does offer Honda Sensing features, which are similar, but it'll cost you. The RAV4 also comes standard with Toyota Care, which offers 24 months or 25,000 miles of total covered care through routine maintenance. That's more than Honda can say, which means cost of ownership is lower with the Toyota RAV4.

Like to live on the wild side? The RAV4 offers an available Adventure grade, which is custom-fitted with equipment to make it more capable and even stronger. The Honda CR-V can be equipped with AWD, but that's about it. Toyota offers a standard Entune multimedia system with a 6.1-inch touchscreen display on every new model, while the Honda infotainment system standard on the CR-V only gives you a non-touch 5.0-inch display.

When you're comparing the new RAV4 vs the new CR-V, you want to keep your lifestyle in mind--do you commute more than you travel in Jenkintown, Willow Grove, Trevose, Horsham and Ambler? Or do you need a more capable vehicle in Philadelphia? The 2018 RAV4 is a great option for all kinds of needs and wants. Get yours today at Sloane Toyota Glenside.

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