Landing on the vehicle that suits your needs and tastes can become a bit overwhelming when you have tons of options to choose from. Today, we’re making it simple by providing key differences between the 2019 KIA Sportage and 2018 Honda CR-V. To keep things fair, we’re comparing the base models of each. So, read on below to explore how these vehicles match up and then feel free to swing by for a test drive to experience the 2019 Sportage for yourself at our Jersey City KIA dealership near Bayonne, NJ!
Of course, you have to enjoy how your vehicle looks on the outside, but you must also love your experience inside of it. The 2019 KIA Sportage ensures you a comfortably fun experience with Heated Front Seats, Dual Zone Temperature Control, Dual Illuminated Vanity Mirrors and Satellite Radio among many other interior features. All of these are standard in every trim level of the 2019 KIA Sportage, but only available upon upgrade in the 2018 Honda CR-V. What’s even more? The Sportage offers you the perfect environment for quality jam sessions with its 6 speakers versus the 4 available in the CR-V.
As you can see from the table, the 2019 KIA Sportage satisfies more needs than just interior fun. The Sportage provides you with 16.4 gallons of fuel capacity versus the 14.0-gallon maximum in the 2018 Honda CR-V as well as a Windshield De-icer. So, not only will you have more time between fill-ups, but you are also covered for those wintery weather conditions without having to upgrade and pay more as you must do with the 2018 Honda CR-V.
Now that you’ve discovered some key differences between the 2019 KIA Sportage and its 2018 Honda CR-V competitor, you may feel ready to experience one for yourself in person. If so, then don’t hesitate to schedule your test drive, head over from Hillside, and allow our friendly teams here at Jersey City KIA assist you in your effort to find the KIA that will satisfy everything you’re looking for!