The new Honda CR-V has a lot to offer customers in the Union Park area, from its cavernous interior to its many standard safety features. The Honda CR-V remains a popular choice in mid-size SUVs, and you can find one for sale or lease here at Union Park Honda. We want to show you some great features this SUV has to offer, so let us see how the Honda CR-V stacks up against some of its top competition here at Union Park Honda.

Honda CR-V vs Toyota RAV4

Th Toyota RAV4 is another well-known crossover from a brand popular for its practicality. While both the RAV4 and Honda CR-V seat five passengers, the RAV4 falls short in passenger volume with 98.9 cubic feet, over the Honda CR-V's 195.9 cubic feet. The Honda CR-V also includes the Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM) as part of Honda SensingĀ®. The RAV4 has a similar driver-assistive app suite but does not have a comparable feature to the RDM system.

Honda CR-V vs Nissan Rogue

Against the Nissan Rogue, we see the Honda CR-V has key advantages when it comes to performance. The Honda CR-V offers better commuter friendliness and comers available as a hybrid, an achievement the Nissan Rogue still has yet to match. Interestingly, while Nissan models tend to have lots of robust power, the Rogue falls a bit short in this area. Its engine generates 181-horsepower over the 190-horsepower of the Honda CR-V and its turbocharged engine.

Honda CR-V vs Subaru Forester

The Subaru Forester is one crossover that presents a formidable challenge in safety and interior space. However, shoppers may find the Forester SUV falls a bit short in feature availability and performance. Most trims of the Honda CR-V feature automatic dual-zone climate control unavailable on the Subaru Forester. The Honda CR-V also comes available as a hybrid SUV, but Subaru currently does not have any hybrid models in its lineup.

Visit Union Park Honda on Pennsylvania Ave today to learn more and test drive the new Honda CR-V. We hope to see you soon!