Compare Honda HR-V With Toyota RAV4
Miami Honda shoppers will be happy to learn that Honda's much-anticipated crossover, the Honda HR-V, is now available at South Honda. The innovative, fun to drive HR-V offers car shoppers in Miami a high-quality, affordable alternative to over small to mid-sized crossovers and SUV's such as the Toyota RAV4.
The innovative, fun to drive HR-V offers car shoppers in Miami a high-quality, affordable alternative to over small to mid-sized crossovers and SUV's
Here's a quick summary to help car shoppers in Miami understand the differences between the Toyota RAV4 and Honda's newest vehicle, the HR-V:
Both of these sporty crossovers have seating for five adults, however, only the HR-V comes equipped with Honda's revolutionary Magic Seat system that lets you fold the both the passenger seat and rear seat down into the floor, providing an impressive amount of wide-open interior cargo space! Car shoppers in Miami who are looking for a vehicle that lets them transport large items like bicycles will appreciate Honda's Magic Seat, while by comparison, the Toyota RAV4 passenger seat does not fold flat, limiting interior cargo configurations.
Savvy car shoppers in Miami are keeping a close eye on the fuel consumption ratings when shopping for a new vehicle, and the HR-V beats out the RAV4 in this department as well. With it's high-efficiency 1.8L, 4 cylinder engine, the Honda HR-V is easy on gas, achieving an enviable 25 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway, while the RAV4's 2.5L, 4 cylinder engine is rated at 24 MPG for city driving and 31 MPG at highway speeds.
Car shoppers in Miami know that when it comes to finding parking in crowded shopping malls, at the beach or along a residential street, a smaller vehicle is definitely a big asset! The Honda HR-V measures 169 inches long, while the RAV4 is nearly 180 inches long, making the Honda much easier to park in tight spots! In spite of it's shorter overall length, the Honda HR-V doesn't compromise on seating capacity or exterior curb-clearing height - it's 63.2 inches high, just 2.2 inches shorter than the RAV4.
The Honda HR-V measures 169 inches long, while the RAV4 is nearly 180 inches long, making the Honda much easier to park in tight spots!
The hands-down winner in terms of value is the Honda HR-V. Honda shoppers will save thousands of dollars off the M.S.R.P. when buying the HR-V instead of the Toyota RAV4, and for Miami Honda shoppers who are leasing or financing their new vehicle, those savings can really add up over time!
To learn more about why the new Honda HR-V is generating so much buzz among Honda shoppers, call or email South Honda today!