Sometimes, driving through East Stroudsburg and Saylorsville can be a tight fit. Other times, the rough terrain around Stroudsburg, Easton, and Brodheadsville, PA, requires a vehicle with adept handling capabilities. If you're nodding along to what we're saying, a compact SUV like the Mazda CX-30 or Honda CR-V is likely to great fit for you.

Of course, you can only drive one, so which is going to be the right match for you? We wanted to help you figure that out. So, the team at Ray Price Mazda compared the Mazda CX-30 and Honda CR-V. Keep reading to see what we've found!

Exterior Dimensions of the MAZDA CX-30 Honda CR-V

Whether you're exploring somewhere new or commuting to the office, there are always going to be those times when you need to fit into a tight space. Maybe you need to merge during heavy traffic or parallel park on a side street.

As compact SUVs, the Mazda CX-30 and Honda CR-V are both well-equipped for handling well-traveled areas, which you can tell from their exterior dimensions:



Honda CR-V


104.5 inches

104.7 inches


173 inches

182.1 inches


70.7 inches

73 inches


62.2 inches

66.5 inches

These Mazda and Honda vehicles have a very similar wheelbase, making them both generally agile vehicles. However, the Honda CR-V is much longer than the Mazda CX-30. In fact, the Honda is almost a whole 10 inches longer.

So, if you need to parallel park, you may find that easier to do when you're driving the Mazda CX-30.

Infotainment Systems

Now, we all know how important it is to have the right playlist when you hit the road. You spend all that time curating the perfect set, you should be able to rock out when you take the wheel.

Both the Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-30 let you stream your playlist directly from your phone or via your favorite internet radio app, thanks to connectivity features like Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™.

Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ essentially integrate your smartphone with your vehicle by letting you access some of your favorite smartphone apps through your car's touchscreen display. One difference to note, however, is that the Mazda CX-30 offers these connectivity features standard, while the Honda CR-V requires an upgrade before they're available.

See, the Honda comes standard with a 5-inch LCD display without touchscreen capabilities. If you want a touchscreen, you need to upgrade your trim level to get the available 7-inch touchscreen with these advanced connectivity features.

The Mazda, on the other hand, comes standard with an 8.8-inch touchscreen display. So, it's able to offer Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ fresh out of the gate, with no upgrades necessary.

MAZDA CX-30 vs Honda CR-V: Which Will You Drive?

Now that you know what the Mazda CX-30 and Honda CR-V can offer your drives around East Stroudsburg and Brodheadsville, which will you drive? If you like what the Mazda offers, let us know and we'll bring you by to take it for a spin.

Drivers near Stroudsburg, Saylorsville, and Easton, PA, can contact Ray Price Mazda to schedule a test drive of the Mazda CX-30 today!

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