2016 Volkswagen Tiguan vs 2016 Honda CR-V

Choosing a crossover SUV can be tough in today's ever-changing automotive marketplace. When it comes down to choosing between different crossover SUVs, we are here to help. At Joe Heidt Motors, we work hard to compare our vehicles with the latest models from other brands in order to help you choose the new car or SUV that best fits your needs and lifestyle. Today we're comparing the 2016 Volkswagen Tiguan and 2016 Honda CR-V. We want to highlight the differences between these two vehicles and make your decision on a new crossover easier.  

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2016 Volkswagen Tiguan VS 2016 Honda CR-V

2.0-Liter I-4

Base Engine 2.4-Liter I-4
200 HP Horsepower 185 HP
2,200 lbs. Max. Trailer Weight 1500 lbs.
V-tex Leatherette Seating Trim Cloth

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The exterior of the 2016 Tiguan and 2016 Honda CR-V are similar in the use of horizontal lines and angled headlights that streak back towards the rear of the vehicle. However, the sporty design of the Tiguan looks more adventurous than the smooth and streamlined body of the CR-V. Under the hood, the Honda CR-V comes with a standard 2.4-liter I-4 engine that puts down 185 horsepower and is capable of towing up to 1,500 lbs. While that might be enough for some drivers, those looking to take full advantage of their crossover SUV might prefer the 200 horsepower and 2,200lbs of towing capability that comes with the Tiguan's 2.0-liter I-4 engine.  

Looking to the interior, the Tiguan's simple and efficient design makes it appear more spacious and modern than the CR-V. With a more traditional layout, you can take full advantage of the new features and technology inside the Tiguan, without the learning curve you might experience inside the CR-V. Comfortable seating for up to five passengers comes standard on both the CR-V and Tiguan, but only the Tiguan comes with standard V-tex leatherette seating trim, adding to the experience of luxury inside the cabin. An eight-speaker audio system inside the Tiguan pairs perfectly with the Bluetooth compatibility and first-row LCD screen. Whether you prefer the style, or simply love the advanced capability, the Tiguan is a great value in new crossover SUV.  

2016 VW Tiguan Rear Seat Storage
2016 TIguan Rear Cup Holders
2016 TIguan Fog Lights
2016 Volkswagen Tiguan Black Leather Seats

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