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The 2018 Toyota RAV4
vs. the 2018 Honda CR-V

When you begin your search for a great vehicle with plenty of space and technology, the Toyota RAV4 and the Honda CR-V no doubt come to mind. Both vehicles offer plenty of features that make them excellent choices for families, commuters, road trippers and more. Here at Ourisman Chantilly Toyota, though, we know that the RAV4 stands above all competition, even competition as stiff as the Honda CR-V.

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Toyota RAV4

The 2018 Toyota RAV4

The Toyota RAV4 offers versatile features no matter which trim you choose. This crossover SUV is fantastic for commuting or taking road trips because of all it offers from safety to entertainment.

Every RAV4 comes equipped with Toyota Safety Sense P, which includes Blind Spot Monitoring, Lane Departure Alert, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, and more. For gas powered and hybrid models, All Wheel Drive is an option as well!

With a hybrid option and a regular combined MPG of 25, the RAV4 is highly efficient as well. This efficiency doesn’t mean the vehicle is small. You’ll find an impressive 73.4 cubic feet of cargo space when the rear seats are in the 60/40 split.

Honda CR-V

The 2018 Honda CR-V

While a few safety features come standard on the CR-V, you will need to upgrade to higher trim to get all that the RAV4 offers to protect you and your passengers. All Wheel Drive is available for an extra cost.

With no hybrid option available, the FWD model gets an estimated 26 MPG in the city and 32 MPG on the highway making this a fuel efficient vehicle much like the RAV4. Both vehicles are comparable when it comes to cubic feet available as well.


Both crossover SUVs will cost around the same price and give you many of the same features, but if you are looking for standard top-of-the-line safety features, the Toyota RAV4 is the way to go. We believe every ride in the RAV4 will be an adventure that you’ll have peace of mind will be safe! To test drive a Toyota RAV4, contact Ourisman Chantilly Toyota today.