Trying to decide on an SUV for either off-road adventures or getting the family around Guaynabo? Then you may have narrowed your options down to the 2020 Toyota RAV4 and the 2020 Honda CR-V. Comparing the Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V, though, demonstrates how the RAV4 excels in terms of active safety features, towing capacity, and off-road capability. See how these crossover SUVs match up at Triangle Toyota de San Juan.
Rio Piedras drivers have come to expect advanced driver assistance features in their SUVs, and Toyota has always been ahead of the curve in this regard. In fact, Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 (TSS 2.0). which includes a number of active and passive safety technologies, comes standard on all RAV4 trims. While the Honda Sensing suite available on CR-V models doesn’t include the following like TSS 2.0 does:
Lane Tracing Assistance
Automatic High Beams
Road Sign Assistance
What’s more, the RAV4 makes safety upgrades more accessible than its rival. For example, if you want to take advantage of a Blind Spot Monitor or a Rear Cross Path Monitor in the CR-V, you need to pay more for an upper-level trim. Bayamon-area drivers can access these features on the introductory RAV4.
RAV4 vs. CR-V: Performance
Not only does the new Toyota RAV4 generate more power than the Honda CR-V, but it also boasts a greater maximum towing capacity. The RAV4’s 2.5L 4-cylinder engine delivers 203 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque to the front wheels, whereas the CR-V’s 2.4L 4-cylinder makes 184 hp and 180 lb-ft of torque. Additionally, the Toyota RAV4 can tow up to 3,500 pounds, and the CR-V can only tow up to 1,500 pounds.
Get More Toyota RAV4 Information at Triangle Toyota de San Juan
After comparing the Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V, get in touch with Triangle Toyota de San Juan for more information or to schedule a test drive near Bayamon. Make sure to explore our new vehicle specials to find out how you can save on a Toyota RAV4 of your own, and explore the RAV4 interior for insight on features and space!