Lafayette dealership compares the 2017 Honda CR-V against its largest competitors

Bob Rohrman Honda takes competitors to task with a series of CR-V comparisons

LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 20, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- There are a lot of crossovers on the market right now, and a lot of cross shopping to be done by prospective buyers. The 2017 Honda CR-V is perhaps one of the most cross shopped vehicles with its array of features, affordable price and a reputation for reliability. Because of this, Bob Rohrman Honda has chosen to highlight the CR-V in a series of informational pages.

Instead of reiterating features and value, the Lafayette Honda dealership has taken a different approach. Thus far, the dealership has created four pages that specifically compare the 2017 Honda CR-V to various crossovers from different brands. Most recently, the dealership chose to compare the CR-V directly to the 2017 Mazda CX-5 and the 2017 Kia Sportage.

The Mazda CX-5 has its own design language that has turned off many potential buyers, for those that were still interested, Bob Rohrman Honda found a lot that the CR-V had over the CX-5. In fact, not only does the CR-V have more cargo room and better fuel economy, but it also has more horsepower than the Mazda crossover that claims to be a driver's car.

The Kia Sportage is another model that has chosen to take an odd approach to design in an effort to differentiate itself. Its strange looking exterior makes for a much smaller interior than what the CR-V has to offer. It also misses out on many CR-V features even at the highest trim levels. Finally, the CR-V has the Sportage beat in the efficiency department with better overall EPA mileage estimates.

Customers in the Lafayette area interested in Honda vehicles like the CR-V crossover are encouraged to contact the dealership and reach out to the sales team. Bob Rohrman Honda can be visited through its website or called at 855-902-6446.

Media Contact: Clay Thompson, Bob Rohrman Honda, 855-902-6446,

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