The 2014 Honda Crosstour vs. the 2014 Toyota Venza
The 2014 Honda Crosstour, a crossover vehicle modeled off of the popular Accord, is one of the most unique picks in its class. With the power and space of a crossover mixed with the handling of a car, it remains a popular pick for drivers around Raynham and Easton. It also delivers a full list of standard features, including a rear-view camera, Bluetooth handsfree calling, and more.
With a similar starting price to the Toyota Venza but offing better fuel economy and different options, the Honda Crosstour a great alternative for drivers looking for a wagon or SUV. We also like the Crosstour’s streamlined look, compared to the bulkier Venza body.
More “Go” With the Crosstour
With a similar sized engine to that of the Venza and a superior horsepower rating, the Crosstour averages an EPA-estimated 22 mpg city and 31 mpg highway. This is compared with the 20/26 mpg estimate on the Venza.* Both vehicles also have an identical towing capacity of 1000 lb, meaning that despite the Crosstour’s lower torque rating, there’s little that can limit your weekend adventuring.
Get the Features You Want
There are plenty of options that come standard on the Crosstour that are not standard on the Venza. These include:
- Floor mats
- A stereo anti-theft system
- A power moonroof
- A rearview camera system
The Crosstour also comes with most of the standard options on the Venza, so you’re not missing out, including:
- Steering-wheel mounted controls, with a tilting and telescoping steering column
- Heated exterior mirrors
- Automatic headlights and fog lights
- Privacy glass
Find the Crosstour at Silko Honda
If you would like to take the Crosstour out for a drive to see how it differs from other crossover models, we encourage you to stop by Silko Honda, in Raynham. Look for us at 1580 New State Highway, just a 20-minute drive southwest of Easton. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call.
*Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.