2015 Toyota Rav4 vs. 2015 Honda CR-V in San Antonio TX

How do you choose the perfect crossover SUV? Sometimes you know exactly what you want, but other times you need to weigh your options. Benson Honda is a big believer in doing side-by-side comparisons of rival vehicles to find out which one has more to offer. Let’s look in-depth at two remarkable crossover SUVs: the 2015 Honda CR-V and the 2015 Toyota Rav4!


2015 Honda CR-V

  • A “Top Pick Plus” safety rating from the IIHS
  • The title of 2015 Motor Trend SUV of the Year
  • A recommendation from Consumer Reports based on reliability, safety, and performance
  • Available HondaLink Assist, which uses GPS technology to stay connected to emergency personnel
  • A 4-cylinder engine that produces 9 more horsepower and 9 more lbs.-ft. of torque than the RAV4’s 4-cylinder engine
  • Available adaptive cruise control
  • A maintenance-free battery
  • Quicker acceleration, according to Motor Trend
  • Better fuel economy ratings from the EPA (based on estimates)
  • Standard CVT (which isn’t offered by the RAV4)
  • Larger front brake rotors, which improve stopping capabilities
  • Speed sensitive variable-assist power steering
  • 2 cubic feet of extra space for passengers
  • A standard locking glove box
  • Rear A/C vents


2015 Toyota RAV4

  • Whiplash-injury-lessening seats
  • An optional cross-path warning system
  • Larger standard tires than the CR-V
  • A wheelbase that’s 1.6 inches longer than the CR-V’s


It’s clear to us who offers more when it comes to crossover SUVs – and that would be the 2015 CR-V in San Antonio TX! Can you just not wait to get your hands on the wheel of this new car? Come see us at Benson Honda today!


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