|2017 Toyota Rav4 LE||VS||2017 Hyundai Tucson|
|I-4 2.5 Litres||Engine||I-4 2.0 Litres|
|176 hp / 172 lb-ft of torque||Standard Engine Output||164 hp / 151 lb-ft of torque|
|10.0||Fuel Economy (city)||10.1|
|7.8||Fuel Economy (hwy)||7.6|
|2,080 l (73.4 cu.ft.)||Cargo Space||1,754 l (62 cu.ft.)|
|680 kg||Towing Capacity||454 kg|
The 2017 Rav4’s restyled body is attractive, and contains a versatile interior and massive cargo bay. In terms of available cargo space, it beats Tucson by a narrow margin. The Tucson has a sporty feels, and everything from the sleek exterior to the sport-tuned suspension, optional turbocharged engine, and dual-clutch transmission promote this.
In terms of interior space, on Tucson with the seats folded flat, you’ll have up to 1727 L (61.9 cu. ft.) of space in the rear. The 60/40 back row allows you to split the space between passengers and cargo as needed. The RAV4 offers a little more flat space with 2067 L (73.4 cu. ft.) of rear cargo capacity. You can also reconfigure the 60/40 split backseat to accommodate passengers and longer cargo like skies and surfboards. Plus, the rear cargo net help you keep everything secured.
With spacious interior cargo room, a comfortable and driver-centric cabin featuring technology like Bird’s Eye View Camera, an integrated backup camera, Integrated and Connected Navigation, Siri Eyes Free, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio, and legendary Toyota all-wheel-drive performance, it’s no wonder that the new 2017 Toyota RAV4 is such a competitive option when compared to the 2017 Hyundai Tucson.
The 2017 Hyundai Tucson comes with standart I-4 2.0 L engine, which offers 164 hp. It can be upgraded up to 175 hp on Ultimate trim. Meanwhile, 2017 Toyota Rav4 comes with standart I-4 2.5 L engine and 176 hp, winning with its sheer power.
The Tucson offers a standard rearview camera. If you want to upgrade your safety suite, you can add Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist and a Blind Spot Detection Monitor. The standard TSS-P safety system on the 2017 RAV4 includes Lane Departure Alert, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Pre-Collision System and Auto High Beams. The standard Star Safety System offers 6 stabilizing technologies like Vehicle Stability Control and Electronic Brake Force Distribution.