The crossover SUV segment of the automobile market has continuously grown and expanded over the last few years, so drivers have more choices than ever before. Shopping for a new vehicle can be difficult because it’s hard to determine exactly what each vehicle offers without seeing the information laid out in front of you. Our team is working hard to make it easier for shoppers to find the perfect vehicle by providing research information into specific models and model comparisons. This comparison will show drivers how the 2015 Toyota Venza stands up to the 2015 Honda Crosstour.
Both vehicles are priced similarly with the Honda Crosstour coming in at a slightly more affordable price. To keep this fair, both of the vehicles were compared at their base models in order to show drivers exactly what they’ll be getting without any upgrades. There are additional features available for both models, which is important to keep in mind. These crossover SUVs are capable of towing up to 1,000 pounds, but the Honda Crosstour does dish out more horsepower than the Toyota Venza.
|2015 Toyota Venza||VS||2015 Honda Crosstour|
|6-speed automatic||Transmission||5-speed automatic|
|36.2 cubic feet||Cargo Volume||25.7 cubic feet|
When it comes to storage, the Toyota Venza blows the Honda Crosstour away with almost 10 more cubic feet of space for cargo. The Venza also offers more passenger volume with 108 cubic feet versus the Crosstour with 101.4 cubic feet. Although there is more room in the Venza overall, the Crosstour offers a better fuel economy. The Honda Crosstour gets an estimated 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway, whereas the Toyota Venza is estimated to get 20 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway.
There are quite a few features shared by both vehicles that are expected nowadays such as power locks, windows and mirrors as well as cruise control, keyless entry and heated exterior mirrors. Each one is set with a backup camera for added safety and convenience as well as a tire pressure monitor system. A rear split folding bench seat makes it easy to fit odd sized cargo in each of these crossover SUVs.
The Toyota Venza starts to makes it way ahead of the Honda Crosstour when it comes to additional standard features that cannot be found on the Crosstour. The Venza is set with a cargo area cover, satellite radio and voice activated controls. It also offers automatic climate control with separate driver and front passenger controls as well as a universal garage door opener.
Those interested in learning more about the 2015 Toyota Venza are encouraged to contact our team for more information. Drivers looking to get behind the wheel of this new crossover SUV can do so by scheduling a test drive online.