The 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe might seem like an affordably priced crossover SUV for West Michigan families, but we think that when you compare it to the 2015 Honda CR-V, you’ll see that not only does Honda offer a better price—they offer a better value as well. Let’s take a closer look at what these two crossover have to offer.
Comparing the CR-V and Santa Fe
The 2015 Honda CR-V has been a favorite among our area drivers for its affordability, efficiency, and suite of standard features, not to mention its fuel economy. And while the Santa Fe is an impressive vehicle, it doesn’t quite compare to the CR-V.
Let’s start with the price. The 2015 Honda CR-V 2WD LX starts at just $23,320 (MSRP)* while the Santa Fe GLS is $30,150, and while some may expect the Santa Fe to deliver more on the features or the fuel economy, it comes up short on both.
The 2015 CR-V 2WD LX earns an EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 34 mpg, earning 27 mpg in the city.** And the Hyundai? The Santa Fe only managed 25 highway mpg and 18 city mpg.
And then there are the features. While the Santa Fe does have some nice technology features, the standard version doesn’t even have an anti-theft system or floor mats. Honda makes sure that drivers get the features they expect out of a new family crossover without needing to upgrade, and that includes everything from the ordinary—like floor mats—to the high-tech.
With four different trim levels to choose from, the CR-V gives drivers plenty of options while the Santa Fe comes in just two trims.
Test Drive the CR-V Today
There are plenty of great reasons to drive home a 2015 Honda CR-V from a West Michigan Honda Dealer near you, and its price in comparison with the Santa Fe is just one of them. Visit one of our locations and let us put you behind the wheel to show you a few more reasons why the CR-V is an excellent family crossover.