Honda CR-V vs Chevrolet Tracker 4-door vs Toyota RAV4 2.0 vs Ford Escape 3.0 V6

Picture of Chevrolet Tracker 4-door (Mk II)
Picture of Ford Escape 3.0 V6
Picture of Honda CR-V (RD1)
Picture of Toyota RAV4 2.0 (Mk II)
Category TrackerEscapeHonda CR-VRAV4 2.0
Engine layout V6V6R4R4
Max power (ps) 157203147150
Max torque (Nm) 271190
Curb weight (kg) 1441150614681402
Power / tonne (ps) 109135100107


Category TrackerEscapeHonda CR-VRAV4 2.0
0 - 60 mph 10.3 s8.5 s10.3 s10.2 s
1/4 mile 17.7 s16.3 s17.7 s17.2 s
Fuel economy 13.1 l/100 km12.4 l/100 km7.3 l/100 km7.0 l/100 km
70 mph - 0 62 m52 m56 m50 m


Category TrackerEscapeHonda CR-VRAV4 2.0
Track Performance 0000
Straight line speed 385495524643
Total 385495524643


RAV4 2.0 is the fastest by a small margin.

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hostboy  1y ago

The early 2000s was arguably the best era for unibody front- and four-wheel-drive SUVs since they still at least drove like proper SUVs. The CR-V, Escape and RAV4 all were FWD, but they weren't true crossovers yet (until mid-2000s for the Japanese rivals and mid-2010s for the Escape). The Chevy Tracker is a full-frame SUV on a rear-drive platform, but even with its very subcompact size it weighed about as much as its Honda and Toyota chrivals, as well as horrible on gas compared to even the V6-powered Ford.

Body-on-frame and rear-wheel-drive platform don't all equal better performer, even for SUVs.