The HR-V and Subaru Crosstrek are similar vehicles. Both vehicles come with a platform that is fit for tighter spaces and smoother rides. When it comes to comfort and cargo, there is a comparison between the sub-compact SUV options. With our research, you can make an educated decision about which option works for you. See how the Honda HR-V compares to the Subaru Crosstrek, in safety, cargo, and performance. Visit our dealership near Fair Lawn, NJ to test drive the 2017 Honda HR-V!
Both the HR-V and Crosstrek offer interactive features for safety. For Honda, it's referred to as HondaSensing while Subaru's safety suite is referred to as Subaru Eyesight. Both the Subaru and Honda offer driver assisting technology. The features are optional when you purchase a new Crosstrek. Both vehicles offer:
New Jersey drivers will benefit from Honda and Subaru's safety innovations. The Subaru seems to offer the same safety features for a slightly better price, with the optional Blind Spot Monitor, Auto-Leveling Headlights, and Lane Departure Warning available. See which safety suite works better for you when you visit DCH Paramus Honda in Paramus, NJ.
Staying comfortable on long drives with the family starts with ingenuity. The HR-V was built with passengers in mind. Everything seems to be similar in the HR-V and Crosstrek except for heated seats. While the Crosstrek does grant the option for heated seats, the HR-V's cabin offers added leg room. Regarding comfort, both the 2017 Honda HR-V and the Subaru Crosstrek are great picks! Both of these models offer:
Whether you're storing soccer gear or gardening supplies, you're going to need an ample amount of room to do so. Driving a sub-compact SUV doesn't mean you have to give up space. When it comes to cargo options, the dimensions found in the HR-V best the Subaru Crosstrek. The HR-V offers added passenger volume with second head and legroom. Passengers will have slightly more space in the HR-V. The cargo capacity is also better in an HR-V that features:
Technology is important in any vehicle because it does more than entertain - it protects. The main focus in any cabin is keeping all passengers confident and comfortable. Both the HR-V and Crosstrek do a good job of providing everyone with the basic technological necessities. The Crosstrek offers a premium sound system that is not present in the HR-V. However, there are different options available in the HR-V that still allow it to be a competitive force in its segment. The Honda HR-V features 2 USB ports instead compared to the Crosstrek that only offers one. When comparing advanced technology, both sub-compact SUVs offer:
Front wheel drive comes standard in the HR-V. Unfortunately the Subaru Crosstrek does not come with FWD, but you will find a four-cylinder engine in both models. The HR-V does offer slightly more horsepower than the Subaru Crosstrek, which could come in handy when traveling through mountains. Which subcompact SUV is more powerful? You guessed it - the 2017 Honda HR-V. The Honda beats out the Subaru Crosstrek with exceptional gas mileage on the city and highway. Drivers who choose the HR-V will see that it offers:
Visit DCH Paramus Honda and test drive a new HR-V with our dealership in Paramus, NJ. Call our sales team to schedule a test drive or contact us through our website! We cannot wait to serve you.