2020 Honda HR-V

Drivers near Marlton, Mt. Laurel, and Cherry Hill, NJ, need a vehicle that can navigate tight city streets as well as it can take to the open road. That's why so many drivers like you are looking at popular models like the 2020 Honda HR-V and Subaru Crosstrek.

The truth is, we love both options, but you can only pick one. So, which will you choose? To help you out with that, our team at Burns Honda compared the HR-V and Crosstrek. Check out our findings here and then contact us to test drive your favorite!

Related Information: Read our Full 2020 Honda HR-V Review!

Honda HR-V vs Subaru Crosstrek: Smart Safety Features

Honda HR-V

As local drivers ourselves, we know that many of you spend quite a bit of time commuting and carpooling. That's why we love that both the Honda HR-V and Subaru Crosstrek are poised and ready to act should you approach any unseen hazards on the road ahead.

For example, both vehicles have an available forward-collision mitigation system that can alert you to potential hazards and even bring you automatically to a stop to try to avoid an incoming collision.

Other available smart safety features you'll get with both models include:

  • Smart cruise control
  • Lane keeping
  • Automatic high beams

They also both have a way to watch your blind spots while merging or changing lanes; however, the one in the Honda is a bit unique. When you activate your right turn signal, available Honda LaneWatch™ turns your infotainment display into a live video feed of your right blind spot. This way, you have a clear view of your intended lane.

Unfortunately, the Subaru doesn't offer a similar kind of video feed feature, so drivers may not be as sure of when the coast is clear to change lanes.

Dimensions of the Subaru Crosstrek and Honda HR-V

When it comes to traversing crowded city streets or parallel parking on well-traveled roadways, both the Honda HR-V and Subaru Crosstrek are winners. They both feature a compact body style that's easy to maneuver through tight spots.

Honda HR-V Interior

Not only that, but they're both 2-row, 5-seat vehicles with plenty of space inside for cargo and passengers. Take a look at the full picture of their dimensions below:


Honda HR-V

Subaru Crosstrek


102.8 inches

104.9 inches


170.4 inches

175.8 inches

Passenger volume

Approx. 100 cubic feet

Approx. 100 cubic feet

Cargo volume

57.6 cubic feet

55.3 cubic feet

What's interesting about this comparison is that even though the Honda HR-V has a smaller wheelbase and a shorter length than the Crosstrek, it actually provides more cargo volume overall.

We see a similar trend with trunk volume when the rear seats are upright. The HR-V has 23.2 cubic feet of trunk volume and the Crosstrek has 20.8 cubic feet of trunk volume.

So, with a more maneuverable body and more cargo room, it appears that the Honda HR-V may make better use of its available space than the Crosstrek.

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2020 Honda HR-V vs Subaru Crosstrek: Which is Your Favorite?

After reading our comparison of the Honda HR-V and Subaru Crosstrek, you probably have a favorite. If the HR-V is the one you want to drive around Mt. Laurel, Marlton, and Cherry Hill, NJ, let us know and we'll put you behind the wheel.

Contact Burns Honda to schedule your test drive of the Honda HR-V today!

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