2020 Toyota C-HR vs. 2020 Honda HR-V

There’s No Comparison with the 2020 Toyota C-HR Competing

2020 Toyota C-HR vs. 2020 Honda HR-V

The 2020 Toyota C-HR

CAPACITY

Seating

Doors

ENGINE

Liters/Type

Horsepower (hp)

Torque (lb-ft)

TRANSMISSION

Type

DRIVETRAIN

Type

FUEL CONSUMPTION

Estimated Fuel Economy (city / hwy)

STARTING MSRP

Price (USD)

2020 Toyota C-HR Limited

2020 Toyota C-HR Limited

CAPACITY

5 Adults

4 Doors

ENGINE

2.0-Liter 4-Cylinder (CVTi-S)

144 hp @ 6100 rpm

139 lb-ft @ 3900 rpm

TRANSMISSION

Continuously Variable Transmission with intelligence and Shift Mode (CVTi-S)

DRIVETRAIN

Front-Wheel Drive

FUEL CONSUMPTION

27/31

STARTING MSRP

$26,350*

2020 Honda HR-V Touring

2020 Honda HR-V Touring

CAPACITY

5 Adults

4 Doors

ENGINE

In-Line 4-Cylinder

141 hp @ 6500 rpm

127 lb-ft @ 4300 rpm

TRANSMISSION

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with Sport Mode

DRIVETRAIN

All-Wheel Drive

FUEL CONSUMPTION

26/31

STARTING MSRP

$28,890

Premium SubCompact SUVs Go Head to Head with Upgrades

It’s no secret that purchasing a subcompact SUV gives you the space you need for a small family or a group of friends at an affordable price. At our Toyota dealership, we are happy to showcase the 2020 Toyota C-HR’s innovative technology, upgrades and sleek profile. However, it’s worth noting that the 2020 Honda HR-V is a comparable model. The differences, though, show that the C-HR is the clear winner. Stop in at World Toyota today to see why the 2020 C-HR is the perfect vehicle for you.

A Sleek Exterior with Bold Accents That Capture Attention

When seeking to purchase or lease a subcompact SUV or Toyota vehicle, the first thing most car-buyers notice during the shopping experience is the exterior. When comparing the 2020 Toyota C-HR to the 2020 Honda HR-V, the size may be similar, but there are some noticeable differences on the exterior. The 2020 C-HR steps up the style with color-keyed sport rear and front bumpers, as well as a rear spoiler and aerodynamic rear fins. This model comes standard with 17-inch steel wheels and color-keyed heated power outside mirrors with turn signal indicators.

The 2020 Honda HR-V is equipped with a body-colored roofline spoiler in the rear for added style, power side mirrors and projector-beam halogen headlights for enhanced visibility, but it doesn’t offer the enhanced style to the rear and front bumpers, like the 2020 Toyota C-HR. You’ll be able to see the exterior differences when stopping in at our Toyota dealership to test drive today.

A Powerful Subcompact SUV with Fuel Economy Perks

For a subcompact SUV, the power and smooth handling of both the 2020 Toyota C-HR and the 2020 Honda HR-V is definitely noteworthy. Both of these vehicles offer 4-cylinder engines with the C-HR boasting a 2.0-Liter 4-Cylinder (CVTi-S) and the HR-V offering an in-line 4-cylinder engine. Both vehicles are also equipped with a continuously variable transmission, but the 2020 Toyota C-HR outperforms with CVT with intelligence and shift mode.

The 2020 C-HR is also a tad bit more powerful with the top-of-the-line Limited trim offering 144 hp @ 6100 rpm and 139 lb.-ft. of torque @ 3900 rpm. The 2020 HR-V weighs in at 141 hp @ 6500 rpm and 127 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4300 rpm. Both of these subcompact SUVs offer enhanced fuel efficiency with the 2020 Toyota C-HR providing 27 city and 31 highway MPG and the HR-V offering 28 city and 34 highway MPG on standard trims. See the power and the fuel efficiency firsthand when making your way to our Toyota dealership today.

Safety is Second to None for All the Right Reasons

Whether you plan to drive your 2020 Toyota C-HR to haul around the family or as the only vehicle for your daily commute, you need to know that your primary vehicle is safe and reliable. The 2020 C-HR and the 2020 HR-V are both loaded with safety features, but you’ll find even more convenience with the C-HR from our Toyota dealership in Atlanta.

All trims of the 2020 Toyota C-HR come standard with the Toyota Safety Sense™ Suite that brings premium conveniences to the forefront, such as a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection to keep you alert when going forward or backing up. The C-HR also includes lane departure alerts with steering assist to gently nudge you back into your lane when you stray. The automatic high beams enhance visibility while the full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control slows down your SUV automatically when you are approaching another vehicle too quickly.

The Honda HR-V does offer many of these same features, but you’ll only find it on the premium trims such as the Touring. The Honda Sensing Suite® includes driver assist technologies such as forward collision warnings and brake assist that automatically applies the brake when a collision is detected, but even the top-of-the-line Touring trim is lacking blind spot monitoring that comes standard with the C-HR. Now is the time to see these safety features in action when test driving the 2020 Toyota C-HR at World Toyota today.

Interior of the 2020 Toyota C-HR

Top-of-the-Line Interior Accents and Technological Capabilities

Comfort is a top priority when driving any type of vehicle and with these two subcompact SUVs, you may be sacrificing a bit of interior space, but you still get comfortable surroundings. Both the HR-V and the C-HR offer seating for five and soft, cloth upholstery on standard trims. When upgrading to the Touring trim of the HR-V, though, you do have the option for leather, heated front seats. The modernized look of the 2020 Toyota C-HR, though, is what makes this vehicle stand out. Each trim boasts dark interior trims with a striking blue accent stripe that extends across the dash.

When it comes to technology, you’ll find that the upgrades to the C-HR are out of this world. All trims feature Apple CarPlay® and Android™ Auto integration so you can access your contacts, maps, smartphone apps and more. Both the HR-V and the C-HR are equipped with premium audio systems and displays for easy navigation, as well as steering-wheel mounted controls for even more convenience. Check out this technology when making your way to our Toyota dealership to test drive the 2020 Toyota C-HR.

World Toyota Offers Premium Vehicles for Less

Car-shopping doesn’t have to be stressful, especially when you’re armed with the information you need, such as a comparison of the 2020 Toyota C-HR and the 2020 Honda HR-V. At our Toyota dealership in Atlanta, we are committed to showcasing our premium trims and offering even more specialized service with a state-of-the-art service center, expert finance teams and Toyota parts you need. Now is the time to see how World Toyota can enhance your car-buying shopping experience. Stop in and see us today.

*Source: Toyota.com