Compare Your Favorite Toyota SUVs vs. the Competition

It's no secret that Toyota builds long-lasting SUVs with style and comfort packed into its interior. The brand's been known for its ability to create an impression on drivers that lasts, and it's this effort that keeps their SUVs on top in the market today in Key West. With so many choices available to drivers these days, models like the Toyota Highlander, 4Runner, RAV4, and RAV4 Hybrid continue to stay at the top of their game, and it's no wonder.

So many other brands, like Subaru, Jeep, Honda, and Ford, fail to offer some of the same great features that Toyota can, and there are plenty of other ways their SUVs cannot hold a candle to the Highlander, 4Runner, RAV4, and RAV4 Hybrid. If you're wondering how your favorite SUVs compare to others in its segment, we're happy to help you to get informed so you can make the right decision for your lifestyle. Here are our favorite Toyota SUVs compared to their closest competitors.

Toyota Highlander vs. Ford Explorer

When you need a lot of space for your life in Marathon FL, the Toyota Highlander is there for you. It offers 83.7 cubic feet of cargo space with the seats folded, plus seating for eight. The Explorer can only seat seven, which makes its 87.8 cubic feet of cargo space less impressive. For performance, the Highlander offers all-wheel drive and better fuel economy than the Explorer, which offers four-wheel drive.

Toyota 4Runner vs. Jeep Grand Cherokee

In the Toyota 4Runner, you'll get standard features like Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa, and Toyota Safety Sense P. The Jeep Grand Cherokee can't offer the Toyota Safety Sense P suite, which gives you technology including Pre-Collision System, Lane Departure Alert, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. The Toyota 4Runner also tows 5,000 pounds on the base trim, while the Grand Cherokee can only tow 3,500 on the base trim.

Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V

In Summerland Key, you'll benefit from the Toyota RAV4 that offers 203 horsepower compared to the Honda CR-V's 190 horsepower engine. Fuel economy in the RAV4 is also better than the CR-V, and drivers can expect to get all-wheel drive available on both models. If you're looking for ventilated front seats, a panoramic sunroof, and a 360-degree camera, you can find them on select RAV4 trims, but not on the Honda CR-V at any trim level.

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid vs. Subaru Forester

If you've been eyeing a more environmentally-friendly version of your favorite Toyota SUV in Big Pine Key, you're in for a treat with the RAV4 Hybrid. Not only does Toyota offer a hybrid option that Subaru cannot, but the RAV4 Hybrid also provides better fuel economy than the Forester. While both the Forester and RAV4 Hybrid can offer all-wheel drive as a standard feature, only the Toyota model provides Toyota Safety Sense P with Pre-Collision System, Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert, and Lane Tracing Assist.

Toyota C-HR vs. Honda HR-V

These two models are new additions to each brand, and they give you an affordable starting price, a cute subcompact body style, and premium seating comforts. The Toyota C-HR stands out with better ratings from the NHTSA than the Honda HR-V, plus it offers standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto - something the Honda model charges extra for on higher trim levels.

If you're interested in learning more about how the Toyota Highlander, 4Runner, RAV4, and RAV4 Hybrid SUVs stand out among the rest, visit our dealership today and get behind the wheel. We're sure that you'll love these models more than their competitors, and we're ready to help you discover a Toyota lease or loan solution that works for you.