Maximum Horsepower Base Engine
Maximum MPG City LX trim with CVT
Maximum MPG Highway LX trim with CVT
Maximum Cargo Space
Deciding between two well-equipped SUVs like the 2019 Honda CR-V and 2019 Honda HR-V can seem challenging. Both feature high-tech cabins and advanced safety suites, but there are some key differences that could help Cody shoppers decide. Learn more about the Honda CR-V vs. Honda HR-V below and take one, or both, for a test drive at Underriner Honda.
Drivers can enjoy an exciting ride through Red Lodge with the performance features of these Honda SUVs. A 2.4L DOHC i-VTEC® that exports 184 hp is found on the Honda CR-V, and the HR-V provides a 1.8L four-cylinder that makes up to 141 hp. The HR-V may not quite match the CR-V’s power, but it gains the edge in efficiency with 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.
The CR-V has more space for cargo-carrying families in Lewistown, 75.8 cubic feet of cargo space over the 58.8 cubic feet of the HR-V, but both models have some similar interior features that’ll enhance your time behind the wheel:
Both the CR-V and HR-V were built with your safety in mind. Each has an ACE™ body structure for strength and also come available with the Honda Sensing® technology suite of safety and driver assist features. Some of this tech includes:
No matter which Honda SUV you choose, we think you’ll be satisfied with these capable and family-friendly options. Learn more about the Honda CR-V AWD capabilities, and the HR-V features when you visit us at Underriner Honda or contact us in the meantime with any questions, such as “How do the CR-V and Toyota RAV4 compare?” You can even compare the Honda CR-V vs. Subaru Outback. When you visit, ask us about our current specials or the Honda CR-V lease deal to see if one is for you.
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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.