|2015 Toyota RAV4||2015 Ford Escape|
|10 l/100km||City Fuel Economy||10.9 l/100km|
|38.5 cu. ft.||Cargo Hold Volume||34.3 cu. ft.|
|73.5 cu. ft.||Max Cargo Volume||67.8 cu. ft.|
|101.9 cu. ft.||Passenger Volume||98.1 cu. ft.|
2015 Toyota RAV4 vs 2015 Ford Escape
The 2015 Toyota RAV4 is a compact crossover utility vehicle, which means it brings you the utility of an SUV with the fuel efficiency and maneuverability of a small car. In case you were curious, RAV4 stands for recreational active vehicle with 4-wheel drive, which means it was built to deliver a fun ride. Designed to stand out despite its small stature, the RAV4 is a stunning combination of aerodynamics and bold proportions. But how does it stand up against some of its most popular competition? Lets find out by taking a look at the 2015 Toyota RAV4 vs 2015 Ford Escape.
As you can see by glancing at the table above, most of the RAV4s biggest advantages come in terms of size. The rear cargo hold, which comes with an easy loading rear liftgate for convenient access, is a little over 4 cubic feet larger than the Ford Escapes so you can fit a couple extra bags or whatever you might need to pack. Need to pick up some new furniture from the store? Youll have a much better chance of fitting into a RAV4 with the back seats folded down than an Escape, with nearly 6 extra cubic feet of space. And your passengers will have a little more breathing room in a RAV4 with nearly four extra cubic feet of passenger volume.
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We cant forget to mention the nod RAV4 takes in city fuel economy either, as the 2015 Toyota RAV4 is nearly a whole litre per 100 kilometres more efficient than the 2015 Ford Escape. On the inside, the RAV4 delivers a comfortable, quiet cabin that can compete with the best of them. You dont want to skim past this athletic ride, available at our Toyota on the Trail store. So if it interests you at all dont hesitate to research further and you can always feel free to contact the Toyota on the Trail sales team if further questions arise.