2016 Toyota Rav4 Vs 2016 Honda CR-V

2016 Toyota Rav4 vs
2016 Honda CR-V
The 2016 Toyota Rav4 revealed its new look this year, with a redesigned grill and hood it looks threatening and ready to take on the road. With the redesign in that made changes to the outside and inside as well, we are certain that the 2016 Rav4 will still remain the fan favorite.
Interior Space and Heated Seats
Though the difference in engine size and gas mileage is small, the difference in cargo space is huge. The 2016 Toyota Rav4 has 73.4 cubic feet of cargo space behind the front seats and 38.4 cubic feet behind the second row compared to the 2016 Honda CR-V's 70.9 cubic feet behind the first row and 37.2 cubic feet behind the second row. The extra space also includes a wider 104.7-inch wheelbase, higher overall height, length and width characteristics, and 101.9 cubic feet of interior volume. Only the Toyota Rav4 gives you heated seating with SofTex for an especially comfortable ride. As anybody that has had heated seats before can tell you, this feature is especially nice in the Michigan winters.
Safety Features and Hybrid Option Availability
Both models are loaded with a number of amenities, but the Rav4 inches ahead of its competitor with a few key components. In particular, the Rav4 does well with the extra advanced safety features. Honda Sensing and Toyota Safety carry similar features like lane departure warnings, adaptive cruise control and blind spot assistance. However, the 2016 Rav4 knocks the competition out with pedestrian dedication and auto high beam control. Toyota also carries two front knee airbags plus the same six airbags as its competitor, making the Rav4 a safer option. And for those of you looking for a hybrid option, the 2016 Toyota Rav4 is the only place you can look as Honda doesn't offer a hybrid powertrain. This year Toyota Rav4 has added a hybrid powertrain that is the most powerful and efficient to date.
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