Every year we get to see which models were the most popular among American drivers. While trucks have continued to be the most popular model choices, one model has quickly risen above to join the models at the top. The 2021 Toyota RAV4 is not only a top-selling model in the country but it is also the top-selling model for Toyota. This model has gained high ratings from both automotive experts and customers. Although this model has reached the top, it has faced many competitors along the way.
One of the strongest competitors of the RAV4 is the 2021 Honda CR-V. This midsize SUV has also received good reviews from both automotive reviewers and customers. The Toyota RAV4 is available in 11 trim levels: LE, LE Hybrid, XLE, XLE Hybrid, XLE Premium, XLE Premium Hybrid, Adventure, TRD Off-Road, XSE Hybrid, Limited, and Limited Hybrid. The Honda CR-V is available in four trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring. Although both models are available in different trim levels, we will be focusing on their base trim levels. If you are curious to see how these two models stack up, keep reading for our 2021 Toyota RAV4 vs 2021 Honda CR-V comparison.
2021 Toyota RAV4
2021 Honda CR-V
|203 hp||Engine Power||190 hp|
|184 lb-ft||Engine Torque||179 lb-ft|
|8.4 inches||Ground Clearance||7.8 inches|
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $1,175 destination charge and accessories. Dealer prices may vary. MSRP does not include $395 charge for select premium colors. $395 charge applies to 2021 and newer models.