2016 Honda CR-V vs. 2016 Honda HR-V

2016 Honda CR-V

2016 Honda CR-V

2016-Honda-HR-V

2016 Honda HR-V

 

Now available for all Casper, Glenrock, Douglas, Riverton, Lander, and Worland area drivers, the 2016 Honda CR-V and 2016 HR-V are both extraordinary vehicles – one a full-fledged SUV and the other a crossover vehicle. Which one best fits your driving style and requirements, though, likely depends on your preference. You can’t go wrong with either the Honda CR-V or HR-V, but these vehicles have slight variations in performance, handling, design, and more. Let’s take a look at what each vehicle lends its drivers so that you can see which one is right for you!

How Does Each Car Drive?

Containing a 4-cylinder engine, the 2016 CR-V, a full-sized SUV, realizes 185 horsepower, all-season tires, and the option of 16-, 17-, or 18-inch wheels. By comparison, the 2016 HR-V achieves 141 horsepower and 127 lb-feet of torque. The 2016 HR-V also offers all-season tires, and it has 17-inch wheels available. At 103.1 inches, the CR-V’s wheelbase is slightly larger, which means that its ride will be slightly smoother – but with its 102.8-inch wheelbase, the HR-V boasts a slightly sharper turning radius. Further, with an automatic transmission, the HR-V features an EPA estimated 34 mpg* highway to the CR-V’s 33 mpg* highway. However, the 2016 Honda CR-V makes up for the slight discrepancy in efficiency with a fuel tank that’s that gallons larger than the 2016 Honda HR-V.

What Features Does Each Car Have?

On the performance front, both the 2016 Honda HR-V and CR-V succeed in similar – but unique – ways, whether you’re on the market for a vehicle with power, handling, and efficiency. This is also true of each vehicle’s features. Read on below:

2016 Honda CR-V

  • Available leather-trimmed seats

  • Available heated seats

  • 7-inch electrostatic display

  • Bluetooth handsfree link with audio streaming and SMS text function

  • Available 7-speaker audio system

  • HondaLink next generation

  • Honda satellite-linked navigation system

2016 Honda HR-V

  • Available leather-trimmed seats

  • Available heated seats

  • 7-inch electrostatic display

  • Bluetooth handsfree link with audio streaming and SMS text function

  • Available 6-speaker audio system

  • HondaLink next generation

Which Vehicle is Right for You?

The 2016 CR-V is a full-sized SUV, and so it doesn’t offer the same fuel economy as the HR-V, and it doesn’t drive as athletically. However, it does give drivers slightly more technological conveniences, and it delivers significantly more cargo space. It also guarantees a slightly more powerful drive, which lends it a higher payload capacity and an increased towing capacity.

So, clearly, neither vehicle is superior because they’re fantastic in different ways – and one is perfect for your SUV needs. If you need the space and power of the full-sized SUV, then the CR-V is right for you. But if fuel economy is a little more important, or if the storage capacity is nice but you won’t use it, then the crossover, the 2016 HR-V, is right for you. Either way, you know you’ll be getting a high-quality driving experience and the Honda name, which you know you can trust.

Learn More About The 2016 Honda CR-V and HR-V Today

While reading about each vehicle can help you get an idea of the different specs and features of the Honda CR-V and HR-V, the best way to truly figure out which of these wonderful vehicles will be best for you is to try them both out. Both the 2016 CR-V and the 2016 HR-V are now available for all Casper, Glenrock, Douglas, Riverton, Lander, and Worland drivers. To arrange a time for a test drive, call Honda of Casper at 877-224-1448. If you’re near 3801 CY Ave, Casper, WY, come in for a test drive today!

*Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.