2015 Honda CR-V vs 2015 Ford Escape
2015 Honda CR-V EX-L
2015 Ford Escape
$30,895 MSRP $29,245
104.1 cu-ft. Passenger Volume 98.1 cu-ft.
4-Cyl. 185 hp 181 lb-ft. Engine 4-Cyl. 168 hp 170 lb-ft.
27 City/34 hwy* Fuel Economy 23 City/32 Hwy

2015 Honda CR-V vs 2015 Ford Escape

2015 Honda CR-V vs 2015 Ford Escape

The crossover SUV segment has a lot to offer. All brands have at least one model that they’ve thrown into the ring. This leaves a lot of choices and too many to try to research on your own. So to save you some time we have compared the 2015 Honda CR-V vs the 2015 Ford Escape. The first thing most shoppers will notice is the difference in price. This might even lead some to think that the CR-V is cheap, but that all changes when you get behind the wheel of the more spacious Honda.

The CR-V also performs better in terms of power and efficiency. The four banger in the Honda Crossover provides 185 horsepower and 181 lb-ft. of torque, while remaining efficient with an EPA mpg rating of 27 city and 34 highway. Both vehicles offer similar technologies like a rearview camera, lane keep assist and capable infotainment systems. So the question to ask is, why am I paying more if I’m not getting more? This makes the CR-V the obvious choice and tells us why it’s been the best SUV on the market for a decade.

The 2015 Honda CR-V in Dayton

Not only does the Honda CR-V offer exceptional performance and features at an affordable price, it is also an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick+ with a superior rating for front crash prevention. With both active and passive safety features, the CR-V has your back in every situation, whether you’re backing up, changing lanes or you do end up in a fender bender.

The CR-V offers everything that drivers want. From weekend warriors, looking to get outside, to families trying to get to school and work. It is an ideal choice for anyone that needs reliability and safety to get where they’re going. For more information on the most popular SUV in the country contact us at Matt Castrucci Honda.

*27 city/34 hwy/29 combined mpg rating for 2WD. 26 city/33 highway/28 combined mpg rating for AWD models. Based on 2015 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.

2015 Honda CR-V vs 2015 Ford Escape