|2014 Honda CR-V||2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport|
|*23 City / 31 Highway||MPG||20 City / 27 Highway|
|37.2 Cubic Feet||Rear Luggage Volume||35.4 Cubic Feet|
|59% at 36 Months||ALG Residual Value %||52% at 36 Months|
2014 Honda CR-V vs 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport
It seems like each day the battle for the top spot in the small SUV market grows more competitive. Which comes to no surprise as more and more drivers are finding that a small SUV’s mix of versatility, sleek good looks and fuel economy ratings are just what the doctor ordered for their next vehicle choice. Among two of the most attractive models cruising up and down the road are the 2014 Honda CR-V vs 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. At first, the SUVs appear to be a pretty similar match in terms of looks, where both show off aerodynamic profiles and sharp body lines.
However, a closer look and it’s no wonder as to why the Honda CR-V in Lima, OH has been at the top of its class for so long. With an engine that outputs nearly identical horsepower, the CR-V is able to surpass the Sante Fe Sport by 4 mpg on the highway as far as fuel economy, all while still offering more rear-cargo volume.
Style Meets Practicality
In addition, attractive CR-V features make the 2014 Honda CR-V vs 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe even more of a one sided battle. The Honda reputation for low cost of ownership and the CR-V’s impressively high residual value means that this is an SUV built for the long haul.
Once inside of the CR-V in Lima, OH, pleasant surprises are abundant everywhere you look. Things like the Honda Information Multi-Information Display, or i-MID, houses a suite of useful driving technology to always let the driver stay connected. From the i-MID, outside temperature, Pandora® capability, rear-view camera, customizable screen savers and so much more are all available in real-time. The 2014 Honda CR-V also comes standard with USB and Bluetooth® connectivity, 60/40 rear split folding seats, Eco Assist and an ECON button to add even more value.
*23 city/31 hwy/26 combined mpg rating for 2WD models. 22 city/30 hwy/25 combined mpg rating for AWD models. Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.