Torque-Vectoring All-Wheel Drive
Forward Crash Prevention
Road Sign Assist
If you’re searching for a compact SUV that truly has everything you need, there’s a good chance that you’ve compared the Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V. That said, if you’d prefer a vehicle that will let you depart from the beaten path, there’s really only one option that’s going to satisfy.
The performance specs and safety features of the 2019 Toyota RAV4 make it ideally suited to the paved streets and backroads near Harker Heights and Temple, and the CR-V just can’t measure up.
At first glance, the RAV4 and the CR-V offer performance specs that make them near-equals. However, a closer investigation reveals that the RAV4 manages to beat out the CR-V in nearly every category important to Killeen drivers. We think that’s something to celebrate.
Those who upgrade to the RAV4 Adventure trim will never feel confined to the pavement. Although both of these compact SUVs are available with all-wheel drive, only the RAV4 Adventure offers Dynamic Torque Vectoring AWD. It also offers a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds, which is significantly higher than the 1,500-pound maximum of the CR-V.
The 2019 Honda CR-V comes standard with the Honda Sensing package, while the 2019 Toyota RAV4 comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 (TSS 2.0). The latter package is newer, and includes some features you won’t find in the Honda, including:
Some form of adaptive cruise control, forward collision prevention, and lane departure prevention can be found in both packages. What’s more, a blind spot monitor and a rear cross traffic monitor are both optional in the baseline RAV4 trim! You’ll have to upgrade to access comparable features in the CR-V.
Now that you’ve compared the Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V, we’re sure you’re ready to take the next steps. When you visit Toyota of Killeen near Ft. Hood, it’s easy to find a new Toyota RAV4 for sale that has everything you’re after. Contact us today to schedule a test drive or learn more about our rotating new vehicle specials.