Sorry Honda, I Changed My Mind | RAV4 Hybrid vs CR-V Hybrid

Two of the most popular compact SUVs are now electrified and we may have changed our mind on which one is superior. When we first drove the Honda CR-V Hybrid we thought it would edge the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid ever so slightly. After another spending time with both crossovers once more, Toyota may have the advantage.

Don’t get us wrong, there are still plenty of valid reasons to go with the CR-V. A mechanical AWD system, more rear-seat space, and better handling are all valid. However, when it comes to overall powertrain refinement and operation, the RAV4 wins out.

Honda CR-V Hybrid

0 to 60: 7.8 seconds
60 to 0: 120 feet
Cabin Noise: A; 71.5 dB

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

0 to 60: 7.5 seconds
60 to 0: 129 feet
Cabin Noise: B; 72 dB

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