Compare Honda SUVs: CRV, HRV, Passport and Pilot

Which Honda SUV is Right for You?

There's no denying that the Honda SUVs for sale in our Ontario dealership offer many choices and some tough decisions to make. At Penske Honda Ontario we are here to make that decision easier. By outlining all our options and the similarities and differences, we're confident you'll be able to make the right decision. We're here to help you get started on the research process and determine your fit in our Southern California Honda dealership, serving those in the greater Los Angeles area.

Honda SUV Similarities

There are many common features that each Honda SUV shares. You'll find these are in the technology and safety features, which give you a connected and confident drive no matter where you go.

When it comes to technology, there's standard options across the vehicle lineup that includes:

  • Bluetooth®
  • Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®
  • Wireless phone charging
  • USB connection ports
  • Touch display options
  • Multi-Angle Rearview Camera

Moving on to safety, Honda has long been counted on to provide you with secure rides. That's thanks to the build of the vehicles, but also features like Honda Sensing® available on most Honda SUVs, and that gives you features such as:

  • Collision Mitigation Braking System™
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow
  • Lane Keeping Assist System

Compact and Sub-Compact SUVs

Honda HR-V

As a compact crossover, the new Honda HR-V offers an attention-grabbing look with a bold exterior, and extends that feel inside with a spacious interior for a vehicle of its size. It has flexible cargo modes and can fit many different supplies in the rear cargo area. You'll also find many premium amenities available such as leatherette seating and heated front seats. The Honda HR-V is powered by a 141-horsepower four-cylinder engine that is efficient and practical for many drivers in Riverside and beyond.

Honda CR-V

Popular here in our showroom, the new Honda CR-V provides standout cargo space and room with seating for five. It offers several different trims, and no matter what you choose you'll find plenty of features onboard including the likes of a hands-free access power tailgate for easy opening and access. There's also a number of different ways the Honda CR-V is powered. There's its 190-horsepower turbocharged engine, plus there's the Honda CR-V hybrid which uses a gas-electric combination for 212 system horsepower.

3rd Row Seating and Mid-Sized SUVS

Honda Passport

If you want to escape Irvine and Long Beach for a ride through California's rugged terrain, a vehicle like the new Honda Passport might be for you. It's designed to offer a daily driver, but also has added ground clearance and roof rails to handle the trail and put your cargo on top. It comes with all-wheel drive and torque vectoring for added precision in its handling too. The Honda Passport also offers a powerful 280-horsepower V6 engine to help you on the trail or the highway.

Honda Pilot

The Honda Pilot has been a hit here for a long time, as the seven-passenger SUV stands out for all types. It's a quality family vehicle with three rows of seating and able cargo room and space. It features the likes of a panoramic roof option to take in the sunshine or stars, and it has luxury touches available such as heated and ventilated front seats, plus rear entertainment options. The Pilot is powered by a 280-horsepower V6 and offers up to 3,500 pounds of towing capacity as well for boats and campers.