Toyota RAV4 Outshines the Honda CR-V and Hyundai Tucson in the Small SUV Segment

When you're looking for the capability of an SUV with the convenience of a smaller vehicle, look no further than the new Toyota RAV4. The new design appeals to all different types of driving styles thanks to sleek styling, impressive handling, technological conveniences, and high safety ratings

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Drivers shopping in the crossover segment have a lot of options to choose from. But if you're looking for fantastic gas mileage, impressive interior volume and all the creature comforts you could possibly want, there are few out there that beat the Toyota RAV4.

The latest installation of the popular SUV features sleek lines and modern styling, making it visually appealing both inside and out. Impressive and agile handling mean this SUV is ready to tackle any road condition and get you where you need to go. With convenient features like the available power liftgate, not only can you get where you need to go, but you can take everything you need with you. The power liftate comes standard on the Limited edition and is an option with jam protection on the XLE.

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Both driver and passengers can ride comfortably thanks to a roomy interior and supportive seats. All models feature dual-zone climate control to keep everyone happy - drive away in the Limited model and you can advantage of heated front seats. The spacious interior also features eight cup holders, plus various storage pockets and compartments.

Technology is abundant with options like the Smart Key System, integrated backup camera, Bluetooth® connectivity, and Navigation. Charge all of your electronic devices with two 12-volt outlets located in the center console or standard USB port.



Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V

In many respects, the RAV4 and CR-V are similar vehicles. Both recently received impressive updates to their interior and exterior designs, and both lead the pack of fuel economy. But in our eyes, the RAV4 offers features that push it further ahead.

  • A wider array of standard features, such as voice activated infotainment system, seatback storage, and more speakers.
  • Superior interior dimensions, such as 38.4 cubic feet of cargo volume (CR-V offers 35.3), front leg room (42.5 in), and impressive overall interior volume.
  • Better reliability and retained resale value than the CR-V.

Toyota RAV4 vs. Hyundai Tucson

If you're on the market for a vehicle with a lot of interior space, performance and gas mileage, two close contenders are the Hyundai Tucson and the Toyota RAV4. However, while the Tucson starts for less, the RAV4 beats it handily when it comes to gas mileage and features.

  • Higher city/highway fuel economy on the RAV 4 (24 city/31 highway vs. 23 city/29 highway).
  • Superior cargo and passenger volume, as well as roof-rail storage.
  • More potent array of standard features, such as backup camera, voice activated infotainment, seatback storage, and more.