What is the difference between the Honda CR-V and Honda HR-V?
If you have browsed the Honda lineup at all, you have probably noticed that both the Honda CR-V and Honda HR-V are quite prevalent. With such similar names, it can be hard to remember which model is which. Both vehicles are crossovers, but what separates them? Keep reading to learn more.
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The most obvious and significant difference between these two vehicles is size. Both can seat up to five people, but the Honda CR-V measures 10 inches longer, 3 inches wider, and 3 inches taller than the Honda HR-V. The CR-V can hold up to 76 cubic feet of cargo while the HR-V maxes out just under 59 cubic feet. The CR-V is classified as a compact crossover and the HR-V is a subcompact crossover. You get it? It’s all about size and interior space. A good (or lame) way to remember is that the CR-V is colossal compared to the HR-V. Okay, not really, but there aren’t many synonyms for ‘large’ that start with the letter C.
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Aside from their respective sizes, these two crossovers are similar in terms of features. They both come with Honda Sensing®, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, leather seat trim, Honda Navigation, and both can be equipped with all-wheel drive. Come to Hilton Head Honda to learn more about these great crossovers and determine which one is right for you.