2020 Toyota RAV4 vs Honda CR-V


Finding the right midsize SUV can make all the difference for your adventures around the San Diego, Chula Vista, and El Cajon, areas. But if you’re stuck deciding between the 2020 Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V, you’ll want to carefully review these vehicles so you can be certain of the one that seems like it’s right for you.

At Norm Reeves Toyota San Diego, we’re here to assist drivers like you by providing this RAV4 vs. CR-V comparison. This guide will help you see what these vehicles offer, how they’re different from each other—and, of course, which one has what you’re looking for from your next car.

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2020 Toyota RAV4

Media & Connectivity Features

Each of these midsize SUVs comes with an intuitive dashboard screen. The 2020 RAV4 includes an Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay®, and Amazon Alexa compatible 7-inch touch-screen, while the Honda CR-V includes a simple 5-inch LCD screen—which requires an upgrade to feature a similar 7-inch touch-screen. Each vehicle includes Bluetooth® connectivity, an AM/FM radio, and both USB and auxiliary inputs for portable media devices.

The RAV4 offers more entertainment and connectivity features at its base level, including Apple CarPlay® for smartphone-to-touch-screen syncing, as well as Toyota Connected Services features like Wi-Fi Connect, which allows you to access your apps and cloud libraries from the road. The CR-V does offer Apple CarPlay®, but only after an upgrade.

Honda CR-V vs Toyota RAV4 Driver-Assistance & Safety

Each model offers their respective suite of driver-assisting technologies. Toyota has Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0, and Honda has Honda Sensing®. However, much like with the media features, the RAV4 offers more at the base level.

The RAV4 includes features like Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Road Sign Assist, and Lane Tracing Assist, among many other features. The Honda CR-V offers similar features with its Honda Sensing® suite of technology, but lacks features like Road Sign Assist and Lane Tracing Assist.


Honda CR-V vs Toyota RAV4 Driver-Assistance & Safety

Each model offers their respective suite of driver-assisting technologies. Toyota has Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0, and Honda has Honda Sensing®. However, much like with the media features, the RAV4 offers more at the base level.

The RAV4 includes features like Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Road Sign Assist, and Lane Tracing Assist, among many other features. The Honda CR-V offers similar features with its Honda Sensing® suite of technology, but lacks features like Road Sign Assist and Lane Tracing Assist.

Decide Between the 2020 RAV4 vs CR-V

At Norm Reeves Toyota San Diego, we hope that this 2020 Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V comparison helps you get a sense of what these two midsize SUVs offer, and how they differ. But while you’re aware of the numerous benefits to driving a RAV4, you may need some more details to go on before making your ultimate decision. You can always drop by our dealership for a closer look.

Schedule your test-drive with us at Norm Reeves Toyota San Diego. We’re proud to help drivers around the San Diego, Chula Vista, and El Cajon, areas find the vehicle that’s right for them!


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