Ira Toyota of Danvers has put together this Toyota RAV4 vs. Ford Edge comparison as a way to help drivers in Danvers, and around Peabody and Salem, MA, determine which one will be the right vehicle for them.

While both SUVs deliver several benefits, there are some key differences that are well worth checking out. We’ll be taking a look at how they stack up to each other within the categories of safety, comfort, and convenience.


Toyota RAV4 Driving

Toyota RAV4 vs Ford Edge: The Safety Comparison

Safety is sure to be a pretty high priority during any car search. Both cars are impressive. For instance, they both come standard with a Hill Start Assist Control feature. This is bound to come in handy in the event that you find yourself spending a lot of time tackling particularly hilly terrain.

When you’re ready to continue going up a hill after being stopped part way, it’ll continue to hold the brakes down an extra moment while you move your foot over to the gas pedal. Doing this allows you to accelerate effectively without the danger of rolling backwards.  

One available RAV4 safety feature that’s not found in the Edge is the Downhill Assist Control that helps you to maintain control of the vehicle when making your way down steep inclines.


Toyota RAV4 Interior Space

Characteristics of Comfort and Convenience for the RAV4 vs Edge

The RAV4 continues to pull away from the Edge as we move on to the topic of comfort. One of its standouts would be the available dual zone automatic climate control system that includes front center vent flow controls as well as rear-seat vents to allow the folks in the back to get in on the action. The system is equipped with a dust and pollen filter for even more comfort. While the Edge is available with a dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control, it doesn’t have all those extra elements.

The Toyota RAV4 also has you covered in the convenience department. It comes standard with Road Sign Assist. This feature provides you with a clear picture of upcoming road signs by displaying them for you on the dashboard. With this feature to help you out, you’ll be able to make the necessary adjustments in plenty of time. This is not a feature that you’re going to find in the Ford Edge.

The RAV4 is available with the digital rearview mirror with HomeLink® universal transceiver. HomeLink® can be a big help by allowing you to secure such aspects of your home’s security as the garage door, exterior lighting, and more from the road. The Edge doesn’t offer you the HomeLink® universal transceiver.  


Toyota RAV4 vs Ford Edge: Your Decision

This Toyota RAV4 vs. Ford Edge comparison has revealed the RAV4 to be the better choice for your regular drives around Salem, Danvers, and Peabody, Massachusetts. If you’d like to get a closer look at these and other features offered by this formidable SUV, contact Ira Toyota of Danvers today to schedule your Toyota RAV4 test drive.   


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