Tucson comes standard with the Panoramic sunroof and the Honda CR-V does not. This large glass roof opens wide to give an unobstructed view above.
When it gets chilly outside, you can keep yourself and other passengers warm and toasty with Tucson's available heated rear seats. The Honda CR-V does not come with this feature.
The Tucson is designed to turn the headlights with the direction of any curve in the road that you are taking. As you turn the steering wheel, the headlights adjust with dynamic bending light. Honda CR-V does not have dynamic bending light from it's front lights.
LED headlights on the Tucson, offer high efficiency and greater visibility than the Honda CR-V which does not come with this feature.
Dual clutch transmission is not available on the Honda CR-V. This feature is typically found on higher end sports cars. On the Tucson, the available EcoShift Dual Clutch Transmission offers direct control and the optimal balance between power and efficiency.
Go anywhere in comfort, with the Tucson ventilated front seats. They keep you comfortable and cool for the long haul. There are no ventilated seats available on the Honda CR-V