2015 CR-V vs. 2015 Edge in San Antonio

At Benson Honda, a lot of people come into our dealership and ask us how the 2015 Honda CR-V compares to the 2015 Ford Edge. The two cars are definitely popular choices among crossovers. To help you understand how they differ, we’ve outlined some of their individual perks. Here’s what you should know:

2015 CR-V: Most Noteworthy Perks

  • Amazing safety additions that the Edge doesn’t offer for specific trim levels: collision mitigation braking, HondaLink Assist, and an adaptive cruise control system
  • A “Top Pick Plus” safety distinction from the IIHS
  • Better reliability than the Escape, according to Consumer Reports
  • Standard continuously variable transmission, which enhances acceleration as well as fuel economy
  • A turning circle that’s between 3.5 feet and 4.5 feet tighter than the Edge’s
  • A body that’s 450 to 550 lbs. lighter, which means better maneuverability
  • A standard locking fuel door
  • Better value retention than the Edge, according to Kiplinger’s
  • Recognition from Consumer Reports and Motor Trend for its top performance and overall value, while the Edge was not recognized by these major publications
  • Much better sales records than the Ford Edge during 2014

2015 Ford Edge: Most Noteworthy Perks

  • Larger standard tires than the CR-V, which can have a positive effect on traction
  • Noise cancellation technology
  • The ability to tow up to 3,500 lbs. vs. the CR-V’s 1,500 lb. towing capacity
  • A wider track (width between wheels) than the CR-V, which can improve handling

If you believe the new Honda CR-V is a better fit for you, please check out the CR-V models we have at Benson Honda!

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