2022 Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue, and Subaru Forester

Compare Compact Crossovers in Vineland

A quintessential compact crossover, the Toyota RAV4 offers a well-rounded blend of comfort, versatility, and safety, backed by a proven record of reliability. It's roomy and well-equipped, offering a full suite of standard Toyota Safety Sense technologies. Plus, it's available in hybrid and PHEV variants for enhanced performance and efficiency. While the compact crossover class is the most competitive in the industry, the RAV4 stands out as a complete package. Here's a quick look at how it compares in a few key areas to prominent competitors, the Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue, and Subaru Forester.

Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V

  • While both models offer similarly sized passenger and cargo areas, the RAV4 has more headroom for occupants in both rows.

  • RAV4 comes standard with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The CR-V has a plain 5-inch display on its base trim. A touchscreen and smartphone integration require moving to a higher level.

  • The RAV4 (203 horsepower, 184 pound-feet of torque) has a little more power than the CR-V (190 hp, 179 lb-ft). If you want more power and efficiency, RAV4 Hybrid makes 219 horsepower and achieves an EPA-estimated 40 mpg combined. The RAV4 Prime (302 horsepower) adds a plug-in powertrain that gets an estimated 94 MPGe and enables an impressive 42 miles of all-electric range. CR-V has a hybrid option (212 hp, 38 mpg) but doesn't offer a plug-in variant.

Toyota RAV4 vs. Nissan Rogue

  • RAV4 (203 hp) and Rogue (201 hp) have similarly powered base engines. However, if you've been thinking of exploring the world of electric automobility, the RAV4 Prime boasts a potent 302-horsepower plug-in hybrid powertrain with 42 miles of electric range. Rogue doesn't offer another powertrain option.

  • The RAV4 and Rogue each offer a long list of advanced driver-assist technologies as standard equipment, including collision mitigation, lane-departure warning, and automatic high beams. However, the RAV4 comes standard with Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, which can help mitigate driving fatigue on long journeys or tedious commutes. It also includes a lane-departure mitigation feature on its base trim. The Nissan Rogue requires moving up the trim ladder for both features.

  • Looking for adventure off the beaten path? RAV4 TRD Off-Road equips necessary features to enhance your prospects away from the asphalt, including TRD-tuned suspension, all-terrain tires, torque-vectoring all-wheel drive with hill descent control, and selectable Multi-Terrain drive modes. Rogue doesn't offer an off-road-equipped variant.

Toyota RAV4 vs. Subaru Forester

  • While both models are powered by a standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, RAV4 (203 horsepower, 184 lb-ft) has more internal motivation than Forester (182 hp, 176 lb-ft). And despite being more powerful, RAV4 also manages to be more efficient, achieving 30 mpg (combined) with FWD and 28 mpg with AWD compared to Forester's 26 mpg.

  • RAV4 offers better practicality, with 37.6 cubic feet of cargo space behind the back seats—significantly more than Forester's 26.9 cubic feet.

  • RAV4 and Forester both come standard with advanced driver aids like adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and collision mitigation. However, by stepping up just one trim to the RAV4 XLE, you'll get additional features like blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and dual-zone automatic climate control. Forester requires climbing higher on the trim ladder.

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid

The Toyota RAV4 offers two battery-assisted variants delivering more power and greater efficiency. The RAV4 Hybrid makes 219 horsepower while achieving an EPA-estimated 40 mpg in combined city/highway driving. RAV4 Prime (94 mpg equivalent) equips a larger plug-in powertrain producing 302 horsepower, making it Toyota's second-quickest model behind the Supra. And with 42 miles of all-electric range, it's a great way to experience electric automobility while retaining the convenience and range of a gasoline engine. Of the three compared models, only the CR-V has a hybrid option. And neither the CR-V, Rogue, or Forester offer a plug-in powertrain.

Test-Drive the Toyota RAV4 near Egg Harbor Township and Millville, NJ

If you'd like more information about the new RAV4 and available configuration options, special offers, and reservation opportunities, get in touch with Toyota of Vineland at your convenience. And if you'd like to see for yourself what makes the RAV4 a great choice for your next SUV, we welcome you to visit us for a test drive. We'll be happy to show you around.

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    Vineland, NJ 08360

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