It is only fitting that Toyota will be the first brand to release a hybrid crossover of this magnitude. Not yet released, we unleash the all-new 2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Honda HR-V in a comparison of two of the most refreshing crossover vehicles on the market. We expect you're here because you vehicle research led you to the most two versatile vehicles in the segment. As you can see, the 2016 Honda HR-V has clearly taken cues from its older sibling, the Honda CR-V. The new HR-V is a litter smaller, more of a true crossover. While the base CR-V is available with a manual transmission, its upgradable CVT transmission is a bit of a let down.
With only 127-pound feet of torque, the 2016 Honda HR-V will be a little slow off of the line. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine provides excellent acceleration in the 2016 Toyota RAV4. Its combination hybrid gasoline engine will no doubt provide impressive torque and fuel economy numbers, only adding to the appeal of the RAV4 brand. You will be able to pair the current engine choice, that comes standard with an automatic transmission, with all-wheel drive capabiltiies.
The 2016 Toyota RAV4 is the perfect vehicle for Colorado. Aimed a younger generation eager to save on gas and boost sustainability, the all-new RAV4 Hybrid will offer more torque and fuel efficiency. The 2016 Toyota RAV4 will go on sale this fall at Western Slope Toyota. To be one of the first to take the RAV4 for a test drive, keep an eye on our inventory or give our sales team a call to see to get an early update! The 2016 Toyota RAV4 is ready to join the like of the highly successful Toyota Prius with 15 years of hybrid heritage behind it.
The 2016 Toyota RAV4 will come in four different trim levels: LE, XLE, Limited, and SE. Standard features on the LE trim include a rearview camera, Bluetooth capability, automatic headlights, 6.1-inch touchscreen display interface and more. The 2016 Toyota RAV4 will include the revolutionary Bird's Eye View Monitor which provides an over the top view of the car to assist the driver with parking; a rare feature with a non-luxury vehicle.