As SUVs and CUVs continue growing in popularity among consumers, their fuel economy achievements also continue to improve and expand. Gone are the days of puny mile-per-gallon attainment behind the wheel of a sport utility vehicle, and most new SUVs on the market today offer fuel economy that rivals a car.
With fuel efficiency competition growing so fierce among opposing vehicles in the marketplace, buyers may wonder how the 2016 Subaru Crosstrek’s mpg stands up to the competition. Does the Crosstrek offer the best gas mileage out there, or does a competitor like the 2016 Honda HR-V deliver more miles per gallon? Keep reading, and we’ll explore the mpg offerings of these two crossover nameplates.
When it comes to fuel economy, the HR-V boasts the following mpg achievement:
- 2WD models with continuously variable transmission: 28 city mpg, 35 highway mpg*
- 2WD models with 6-speed manual transmission: 25 city mpg, 34 highway mpg*
- AWD models with continuously variable transmission: 27 city mpg, 32 highway mpg*
By contrast, the 2016 Crosstrek models offer the following mpg stats:
- Crosstrek 2.0i trim: Up to 23 city mpg and 31 highway mpg
- Crosstrek 2.0i Premium and 2.0i Limited trims: Up to 26 city mpg and up to 34 highway mpg
Even the Crosstrek hybrid models don’t defeat the HR-V’s fuel efficiency, with both the Crosstrek Hybrid and Crosstrek Hybrid Touring models attaining maximum fuel economy of just 34 mpg on the highway.
Take the HR-V for a Spin
Drivers can explore the many other impressive qualities offered onboard the 2016 Honda HR-V at any Hampton Roads Honda Dealers location.
Stop by or contact one of our associated dealerships today and a member of our team will walk you through the HR-V’s various options, amenities, and capabilities. We will also answer any questions you may have, and then we’ll get you behind the wheel of the impressive HR-V so you can experience it for yourself.
*Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, and other factors.