When you are looking for a new SUV, you might feel overwhelmed with the amount of information and models out there. It can be difficult to sift through it all to find the model that is right for you. That’s where doing comparisons helps you out, because you can put two models side by side and see the details that make them different, which will help you make a decision. This comparison looks at the base models of the 2017 Toyota Highlander vs 2017 Honda CR-V.
While the CR-V has a lower price point and slightly higher fuel economy estimates, the Highlander offers more power, convenience and safety features, making it the better choice overall. The Highlander comes standard with features like a CD player, adaptive cruise control, knee protection airbags and heated side mirrors, all of which are not available on the CR-V. Let’s take a closer look at the key differences between these vehicles.
|2017 Toyota Highlander||vs||2017 Honda CR-V|
|2.7-liter I4||Engine||2.4-liter I4|
|8 Passengers||Seating Capacity||5 Passengers|
|83.7 ft3||Cargo Volume||75.8 ft3|
|Available||Remote Starting System||Not Available|
The Highlander does have slightly lower fuel economy ratings, however it has a larger fuel tank capacity, which means it has a higher maximum fuel range than the CR-V. The Highlander has a maximum fuel range of 460.8 miles, while the CR-V’s maximum fuel range is only 448 miles. The Highlander also comes standard with Lane Departure Warning safety technology and Tiptronic automatic, which the CR-V doesn’t have available.
The 2017 Toyota Highlander is available now at Colonial Toyota. Check it out today!