Trying to decide between the 2019 Honda HR-Vor CR-V for your next SUV? Both Honda SUVs provide advanced safety suites as well as a high-tech cabin, but they differ in space and power. Compare the Honda CR-V vs. Honda HR-V below and then explore your favorite at Westbrook Honda.
Maximum Horsepower Base Engine
Maximum MPG City LX trim with CVT
Maximum MPG Highway LX trim with CVT
Maximum Cargo Space
Neither Honda model shies away from an impressive performance. The CR-V serves up a 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC® that generates 184 hp and the HR-V offers a 1.8L four-cylinder that exports 141 hp. The CR-V may take the lead in power, but the HR-V fuel economy rating is an efficient 28 city/34 highway mpg* when the LX trim is paired with a CVT transmission. Meanwhile, the CR-V earns up to 26 city/32 highway mpg on the LX trim* with a CVT trim.
If space is important, you’ll find the CR-V offers more with 75.8 cubic feet of cargo space. The HR-V has 58.8 cubic feet. Still, both models have similar interior features that’ll enhance your New London commute including:
Built with ACE™ body structure for strength, and offering the available Honda Sensing® technology suite, both the Honda CR-V and HR-V can instill confidence while driving Branford roads. Some of this tech includes:
Whether you choose the HR-V or CR-V, you’ll have a family-friendly and safe SUV. Check out our Honda CR-V vs. Toyota RAV-4 and Honda CR-V vs. Nissan Rogue comparisons, then explore the available HR-V trim levels to learn more, or visit us at Westbrook Honda in Westbrook.
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**Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.