Are you on the hunt for a new family vehicle? Then you want it to be as versatile as possible, and a car with low horsepower just won’t do. The 2015 Toyota Venza isn’t a bad choice for a family vehicle on the surface, but we think that once you look at how it compares to the 2015 Honda Crosstour—particularly in the areas of horsepower and standard features—you’ll agree with our sales team here at Detroit Area Honda Dealers that the Crosstour is the superior option.
Honda Builds a Versatile Engine
The 2015 Honda Crosstour comes with a four-cylinder engine as standard, and it’s capable of up to 192 hp compares to the 181 hp of the Venza. Now, that may not seem like a big difference to you, but not only does the Crosstour offer more horsepower, it also is more fuel efficient. The 2015 Honda Crosstour 2WD EX earns an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 31 highway mpg* to the 2015 Venza’s 26 highway mpg. That’s right, Honda’s engine is not only more powerful but also more efficient, making it a piece of superior engineering.
That’s not all, though.
Trust Honda for Features
Honda has been redefining how drivers think of the idea of “standard features” for a few years now, and you can really see it when you compare the Crosstour and the Venza. Honda simply gives drivers more of the amenities they’re looking for, including:
- Rearview camera
- Multi-disc CD changer
- Power moonroof
While the Venza can be equipped with some similar amenities, you would have to upgrade it for all of the features that are found on the Crosstour.
Test Drive a Crosstour Today
The 2015 Honda Crosstour is available here at Detroit Area Honda Dealers, and it’s just waiting for a test drive. Try the four-cylinder or the V6, and don’t forget that this is one of our vehicles available with four-wheel drive for those tough Michigan winters. Stop by today; we can’t wait to put you behind the wheel.