2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda CR-V
Crossover SUVs are very popular throughout the country, including the Warrenton area. They accomplish nearly everything a full size SUV does, but aren’t as large. Car shoppers in the Warrenton area interested in crossover SUVs have many choices. Two of these are the 2016 Toyota RAV4 and 2016 Honda CR-V. It is smart to compare these two vehicles before deciding which one to buy.
2016 Toyota RAV4 Tech
The Toyota RAV4 XLE and Honda CR-V both have a lot of tech features that make driving easier and more enjoyable. However, the RAV4 comes out ahead with standard 6.1 inch touch screen, SiriusXM All Access Radio, and HD Radio with traffic and weather. The RAV4 also offers Entune App Suite and turn-by-turn navigation. In comparison, the comparable CR-V EX doesn’t come with any of these, and the EX-L trim only has the navigation.
2016 Toyota RAV4 Other Features
The RAV4 has standard premium features including reclining rear seats, dual zone automatic climate control, heated outside mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators, and more. The higher end Honda CR-V EX-L trim comes with some of these, but are not available with the base model. There is also more cargo space in the RAV4, a major plus for Warrenton car shoppers interested in crossover SUVs.
2016 Toyota RAV4 Value
Although the MSRP is comparable, the RAV4 comes with other perks that make it a better value. These include ToyotaCare, which comes with 25,000 mile, two year factory scheduled maintenance plan and roadside assistance for two years. There are eight standard airbags with the RAV4. The CR-V doesn’t come with a program like ToyotaCare and there are only six airbags that are standard.
If you are in the Warrenton, Virginia area and would like to test drive a 2016 Toyota RAV4, speak with the experienced team at Warrenton Toyota today.
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