2022 Honda CR-V vs. 2022 Ford Bronco Sport

2022 Honda CR-V LX

2022 Ford Bronco Sport
 $33,570 MSRP $32,999
1.5 Engine litres (L) 1.5
I-4 Cylinder configuration I-3
190 Horsepower (hp) 181
179 Torque (lb.-ft.) 190
 8.7 Fuel economy - city (L/100 km / mpg) 9.3
7.4 Fuel economy - highway (L/100 km / mpg) 8.4
 8.1 Fuel economy - combined (L/100 km / mpg) 8.9
4,626 Exterior length (mm) 4,387
 1,855 Exterior body width (mm) 1,887
1,689 Exterior body height (mm) 1,783
2,660 Wheelbase (mm) 2,670
1,598 Front track (mm) 1,610
 1,613 Rear track (mm) 1,595
 1,110 Interior cargo volume (L) 920
2,146 Maximum interior cargo volume (L) 1,846
1,050 Front legroom (mm) 1,077
1,025 Rear legroom (mm) 937
1,018 Front headroom (mm) 1,054
996 Rear headroom (mm) 1,059
1,400 Front hiproom (mm) 1,402
1,257 Rear hiproom (mm) 1,356
 1,470 Front shoulder room (mm) 1,455

2022 Honda CR-V vs. 2022 Ford Bronco Sport

Exploring our new inventory at Alberta Honda is the best way to benefit from excellent savings on your next Honda purchase. Come into our showroom, explore the new Honda CR-V, and book a test drive to experience its excellent driving characteristics and features. Our dealership can help you build and price your dream CR-V, and you can secure the best financing or leasing options through our Finance Centre.

Technology Features Comparison

Technology features are abundant inside the CR-V's cabin, providing better entertainment and functionality through various standard and available features. Some of the most notable standard technology offerings include 12V power outlets, Driver Information Interface display, driver attention monitor, HandsFreeLink wireless mobile phone interface, Maintenance Minder system, remote engine start, and a 7-inch Display Audio System. Other technology features of higher trims are HD radio, rear USB ports, a nine-speaker premium audio system, wireless charging, HomeLink remote system, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.

The Bronco features a 4.2-inch instrument cluster, 8-inch touchscreen, AppLink, FordPass Connect, six-speaker audio system, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto for standard technology offerings. The higher trims benefit from having further technology enhancements, such as remote start, 6.5-inch instrument panel, auto-dimming rearview mirror, 12V powerpoints, and SiriusXM satellite radio.

Interior & Exterior Styling Comparison

The 2022 CR-V excels by featuring a sleek exterior appearance that's perfectly complemented by a premium and practical interior. From the outside, the CR-V showcases many sharp and sweeping body lines that refine its looks, while various accents add depth to its unique Honda design. Also, the CR-V comes standard with 17-inch aluminum wheels, matching the elegant and sophisticated spirit of this Honda SUV. The CR-V has user-friendly controls and excellent build quality inside the cabin, providing easy access to the various technology offerings and convenience-enhancing features. It seats five occupants in comfort while leaving ample room for cargo storage.

On the other hand, the Bronco Sport follows the typical styling of most SUVs on the market while adding a flare of off-road ruggedness. It has a solid body colour across its body with plastic accents around the lower sections of the body to protect against paint chips. Five occupants can sit across the Bronco Sport's two rows of seating, but legroom and headroom are less than ideal for adults in the rear due to the cabin's compact design. Overall, the Bronco Sport is a great SUV; however, it struggles to compete with the Honda CR-V.

Safety Features Comparison

Almost all safety and driver-assistance features come standard on the 2022 CR-V, providing peace of mind during commutes and active monitoring while driving through traffic. The most notable standard safety features to expect are Lane Keeping Assist System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Road Departure Mitigation System, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Hill Start Assist, Lane Departure Warning System, Forward Collision Warning System, Collision Mitigation Braking System, and Auto High Beam. With higher trims, such as the Sport and EX-L, you will get Honda LaneWatch Blind Spot Display while the top two trims replace that feature with Blind Spot Information System and Rear Cross Traffic Monitor System.

Compared to the Honda CR-V, the Bronco Sport's standard safety offerings include the Ford Co-Pilot360 package, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, and Personal Safety System. The Ford Co-Pilot360 package consists of features like Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane-Keeping System, Rear View Camera with Washer, and Auto High-Beam Headlamps.

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