The Toyota Corolla Cross debuted recently as the latest addition to the Toyota SUV lineup. This compact crossover offers plenty of standard safety and tech features for less. Even as a smaller SUV, the Corolla Cross has ample cargo space and some off-road flexibility. This SUV and the RAV4 share a similar size and design before it. Let us tell you more about some key differences between the Toyota Corolla Cross and RAV4 here at Hudson Toyota. Our dealership is located, and Jersey City and proudly serves the North Bergen and Elizabeth, NJ areas.

Corolla Cross vs RAV4

  • Performance: In looking at their performance options, the RAV4's standard engine offers a bit more power. However, the Crolla Cross offers exceptional fuel economy. The RAV4 generates up to 203 horsepower with its standard four-cylinder performance. The Corolla Cross' engine is 169-horsepower, and allows it to travel 31 mpg in the city and 33 highway mpg.
  • Hybrid: The Toyota RAV4 does come available as a hybrid and plug-in hybrid option. The Corolla Cross does not offer a hybrid variant, though Toyota may offer it in the future.
  • Interior: The RAV4 is the larger of the two SUVs with an interior passenger volume of 98.9 cubic feet. The Corolla Cross has a smaller volume of 93.8 cubic feet. However, smaller families and couples often find the cargo volume of the Corolla Cross quite satisfactory.
  • Safety: Both of these compact crossovers come standard with the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 suite. Standard TSS 2.0 features include Lane Tracing Assist, Road Sign Assist, and Automatic High Beams.

Which will You Choose?

No matter which you choose, you cannot go wrong with the Corolla Cross or RAV4. The Toyota Corolla Cross has lots of fuel economy, though the RAV4 comes available as a hybrid. The Toyota RAV4 has lots of passenger space, but the other has plenty of cargo volume for a similar-sized SUV. No matter which you choose, you will find both at Hudson Toyota. Schedule a test drive and visit our dealership in Jersey City, NJ, to learn more!

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