When you’re in the process of purchasing your new car, it can sometimes get more challenging to choose as you delve further into the many styles and feature options that are available. Today, we’re making it simpler for you by providing you key differences between the 2019 KIA Sportage and its 2018 Toyota RAV4 competitor. Keeping the playing field level, we are using the base models of each for our comparison. So, read on below to discover how these vehicles stand up to one another and then feel free to swing by for a test drive to experience the Sportage for yourself at our Jersey City KIA dealership near Bayonne, New Jersey!
The 2019 KIA Sportage offers you slightly more fuel capacity as well as head and leg room in the second row than the 2018 Toyota RAV4. The numbers can be found in the table above. Even better, though? The Sportage also delivers more horsepower at 181HP versus the RAV4’s 176HP as well as more torque at 175 lb-ft versus the RAV’s 172 lb-ft. So, if you value comfort, practicality as well as performance, you may want to consider the 2019 KIA Sportage over the 2018 Toyota RAV4. After discovering some key differences between the 2019 KIA Sportage and its friendly 2018 Toyota RAV4 competitor, you may find yourself itching to test out the Sportage for yourself. If so, don’t hesitate to schedule your test drive, head over from Hillside, and let our friendly teams here at Jersey City KIA support you in exploring all that the 2019 KIA Sportage has to offer!
Evident from the table above, the 2019 KIA Sportage dominates the 2018 Toyota RAV4 in several areas from its outside to its inside. In addition to its Windshield De-icer for wintery weather, the Sportage also provides you with Heated Front Seats, a Multi-Adjustable Driver’s Seat, Dual Zone Climate Control, and Dual Illuminated Vanity mirrors among other features as standard equipment within all of its trim levels. You’ll find that these are not available in the 2018 RAV4 until you upgrade and pay extra.