Perennial competitors in the 5-passenger compact SUV segment, the 2018 Toyota RAV4 and 2018 Honda CR-V remain popular choices for Cerritos area families. But if you’re looking for more standard safety and technology in your next family vehicle, then the RAV4 is the clear choice. Find out more about both of these SUVs with this comparison from Toyota of Downtown LA, serving drivers around West Hollywood.
The 2018 Toyota RAV4 and 2018 Honda CR-V have both earned an IIHS Top Safety Pick, as well as a 5-star overall crash safety score from the NHTSA. However, unlike the Honda CR-V, only the Toyota RAV4 comes standard with an advanced driver assistance package. While the base Honda CR-V isn’t even offered with the Honda Sensing® driver assistance suite, even the Toyota RAV4 base model comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense® P (TSS-P), which includes:
Both of these compact crossover SUVs come with a standard 5-passenger setup with split folding rear seats. Plus, both crossover SUVs come with premium audio systems, heated seats, and an advanced infotainment interfaces. You’ll also find Bluetooth® connectivity and smartphone app configuration on the CR-V and the RAV4. While these SUVs are similar, the RAV4 still has a leg up on the CR-V.
However, the Toyota RAV4 interior beats the Honda CR-V’s when it comes to a number of standard features:
Standard Audio System
Explore our entire selection of new RAV4 SUVs for sale near Huntington Park at Toyota of Downtown LA, located at 1901 Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, CA. Whether you’re on the search for your favorite SUV, or you just want to learn about fun stuff to do in the area, you can rely on us as a trusted resource. Compare the most recent RAV4 vs. CR-V models here, and then contact us online to schedule a test drive today.
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