2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Kia Sportage

In the market for a new crossover? Not sure where to look? Let us help. Crossover options have increased over the years due to their popular demand and now customers have more options than ever before. Crossovers are known for their reliability, spacious interior and versatility. They make great vehicles for young couples, families and those who desire the extra space. In order to show how crossovers compare to one another we compared the 2016 Toyota RAV4 vs 2016 Kia Sportage in order to help those in the market for a new crossover.

Both the 2016 RAV4 and 2016 Sportage get quite respectable fuel economy, though the RAV4 is estimated slightly higher with 23 city mpg and 30 highway mpg. For those who would prefer more fuel economy, Toyota does offer a hybrid model of their 2016 RAV4. The 2016 RAV4 is the ultimate sport utility vehicle, it offers an aggressive styling and sporty interior with ample storage space and convenient features and design. Toyota is all about making sure their RAV4 is as practical and dependable as it can be for its drivers.

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2016 Toyota RAV4 VS 2016 Kia Sportage
23/30 Fuel Economy 21/28
Available Hybrid Option Not Available
38.4/73.4 Cargo Space 26.1/54.6
Available All-Wheel Drive Available

2016 Toyota RAV4 Burlington, VT

Whether you need space for your sporting equipment, camping gear or groceries, the RAV4 has you covered on all grounds. Behind the second row, the RAV4 has 38.4 cubic feet of cargo space which is more than 10 cubic feet that the Kia Sportage has. For maximum space, the RAV4 expands to 73.4 cubic feet of cargo space. If you are interested in the 2016 Toyota RAV4, come in to Heritage Toyota or give us a call today to schedule a test drive.

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