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Toyota RAV4 vs Subaru Forester


When performance for the highway or trails is important to you, the new Toyota RAV4 has the better powertrain than the Subaru Forester. The RAV4 has more horsepower, 203, and torque, 184 pound-feet, than the Forester, 182 horsepower and 176 pound-feet, while the Toyota crossover gets more miles per gallon on the highway and has an eight-speed automatic transmission as opposed to the Forester and its continuously variable transmission.



Looking at the starting prices of these new crossovers may imply that their value is the same, but the base model of the new Toyota RAV4 has many standard features you won't get in the  Hyundai Tucson unless you go with a pricy, top-of-the-line trim level. For example, the standard Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 suite in the RAV4 includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, full-speed range dynamic cruise control, automatic high beams, and more not standard even in the Hyundai Tucson.

Toyota RAV4 vs Honda CR-V Hybrid


A standard 203-horsepower, 2.5-liter Dynamic Force in-line four-cylinder engine revs eagerly under the hood. CR-V offers a choice between two engines, but they only put out 184 and 190 horsepower, making RAV4 the choice for better acceleration and a more confident driving feel.

Toyota RAV4 vs Nissan Rouge


The Toyota RAV4 provides two spectacular engine options, a four-cylinder gas engine and a hybrid powertrain, that each best the Nissan Rogue engines, again a choice between gas and hybrid, in horsepower, torque, and efficiency. Whether it's performance or efficiency you want from your new crossover, the Toyota RAV4 is a better option than the Nissan Rogue no matter the configuration you select.

Toyota RAV4 vs Chevy Equinox

The new Toyota RAV4 is an engineering marvel as its base engine provides 203 horsepower while getting up to 35 mpg highway, which easily bests the 31 mpg highway of the 170-horsepower base engine of the Chevy Equinox. Plus, if you want even greater efficiency from your new SUV, the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid provides more miles per gallon while also having 219 horsepower, but there is no Chevy Equinox hybrid option.

Both the Toyota RAV4 and Chevy Equinox seat five passengers, but the Toyota RAV4 has wider rows of seats at shoulder level, which helps if driving with four other adults, and has more legroom for the front two passengers than what you'll find in the Chevy Equinox.

Test Drive the Toyota RAV4 Today!

We invite New Hampshire shoppers to check out the Toyota RAV4 in our new RAV4 inventory, or you may take a look at the quality pre-owned trucks we have in our used inventory at Toyota of Portsmouth. You will find us on Greenleaf Ave in Portsmouth, NH, proudly serving Exeter. See you soon!