Honda CR-V vs. Competitors for Sale in Lincoln, RI
Midsized crossover utility vehicles have become the hottest-selling segment in the industry. As a result, the automakers continue to improve their product to win over market share, adding standard features while keeping prices competitive. Here, we’ve dug deep to look at some of the rival models in this segment and compare the attributes that today’s crossover buyers consider among the most important. Read on and you’ll see why we’ve found that the 2020 Honda CR-V continues to shine extra brightly in its class. Some of the other crossovers it must contend with include the Ford Escape, Nissan Rogue, Mazda CX-5, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, Subaru Forester, Chevrolet Equinox, and Toyota RAV4. As you’ll see below, the CR-V has a few advantages to stay ahead of the game.
Fuel Economy and Power
The 2020 Honda CR-V has the edge on fuel economy, getting an EPA-estimated 28 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway. In contrast, the Escape (27 city/33 highway), Rogue (26 city/33 highway), CX-5 (25 city/31 highway), Tucson (23 city/28 highway), Equinox (26 city/31 highway), and RAV4 (26 city) eat up more fuel with their base models. Plus, even though the CR-V’s powertrain gets leading fuel economy, it’s also one of the most robust in the bunch. To compare all of the models’ base engines, the CR-V makes 190 horsepower, beating out the Escape’s 181 hp, the Rogue’s 170 hp, the CX-5’s 187 hp, the Tucson’s 161 hp, the Sportage’s 181 hp, the Forester’s 182 hp, and the Equinox’s 170 hp. Even though the RAV4 offers a bit more power, it costs more and falls short in a few other areas.
Dimensions and Convenience
If you’re looking for a vehicle that optimizes passenger and cargo space, the CR-V is the sensible choice. Starting with its maximum passenger volume – which measures out to 105.9 cubic feet – it’s more generous than the CX-5 (103.6 cu. ft.), Tucson (102.2 cu. ft.), Sportage (98.6 cu. ft.), Equinox (99.7 cu. ft.), and RAV4 (98.9 cu. ft.). Regarding its maximum cargo volume, the CR-V supplies a generous 75.8 cu. ft., whereas the Escape only offers 65.4 cu. ft., the Rogue 70 cu. ft., the CX-5 59.6 cu. ft., the Tucson 61.9 cu. ft., the Sportage 60.1 cu. ft., and the Equinox 63.9 cu. ft. The base 2020 Honda CR-V comes with standard automatic climate control and remote tailgate release, which the Rogue, Escape, Tucson, Sportage, Equinox, and RAV4 do not include on their base trims. The CX-5 gets the remote trunk as standard, but not automatic climate control, and the Forester is the opposite, with standard automatic climate control on its base trim but not remote tailgate release.
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