|2015 Honda CRV||2016 Honda HRV|
|104.1 cu. ft.||Passenger Volume||100.1 cu. ft.|
|37.2 cu. ft.||Cargo Volume||24.3 cu. ft.|
|70.9 cu. ft.||Max Cargo Volume||58.8 cu ft.|
|7.8 l/100km||Combined Fuel Efficiency||7.6 l/100km|
2015 Honda CRV vs 2016 Honda HRV
For the 2016 model year, the Honda lineup of utility vehicles will be strengthened quite a bit. The Honda CRV is fresh off a refresh, the Honda Pilot will be entering a new generation after a huge overhaul, and the introduction of the 2016 Honda HRV will be happening as well. We wanted to take a little bit of time to point out some of the differences between the insanely popular Motor Trend Sport/Utility of the Year and the extremely anticipated HRV so you know which one might be right for you. Take a look at the 2015 Honda CRV vs 2016 Honda HRV.
Differences Between Honda Crossovers
In terms of specifications, the Honda CRV is going to have a lot of advantages. The CRV is a midsize crossover, so its bigger and with that comes many other advantages throughout the cabin. For instance, theres 4 extra cubic feet of space to move around in the cabin, 13 cu. ft. more cargo capacity behind the back row as well as with the back seats folded down. The CRV even has more horsepower beneath the hood thanks to needing more power to pull the bigger vehicle. So it might sound like the CRV is the obvious choice, but the HRV has plenty of advantages too.
For instance, the HRV has a small boost to fuel efficiency. It wont be hugely noticeable, but you will save a bit of cash at the pump that eventually adds up to quite a bit. Furthermore, the Honda HRV is much smaller than the CRV so its more maneuverable. It has much more space than a sedan or coupe, even though it isnt as much as its big sibling, but moves more like a car than an SUV unlike the CRV. If youre interested in either of these great Honda crossovers, feel free to contact Wheaton Honda with inquiries.