The C-HR is all-new for 2018. This sporty crossover SUV is smaller overall compared to the Toyota RAV4 and features sporty styling and handling. If you're looking for vehicle that will stand out from the rest, the 2018 Toyota C-HR is worth a closer look. In fact, it's the C-HR's quick acceleration and athletic prowess that makes it such a joy to drive.
So how does the new 2018 Toyota C-HR compare to the 2018 Honda HR-V? Overall, the two crossover SUVs are nearly identical in terms of size. With that said, the most significant differences between the two are the engine options and features available.
2018 Toyota C-HR
2018 Honda HR-V
|144-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder||Engine||141-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder|
|7-inch||Standard touchscreen display||5-inch|
|Standard||Forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking||N/A|
When it comes down to the details, the 2018 Toyota C-HR is not only more powerful than the 2018 Honda HR-V, but it also offers a better overall driving experience. Where the HR-V is underpowered and slow on the road, the 2018 C-HR is spirited and full of personality. It takes everything from busy highways to rough country roads with ease. Best of all, it's standard with a generous array of high-tech features.
In fact, all 2018 C-HR models are standard with LED daytime running lights, remote locking and unlocking, a rearview camera, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a 7-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, HD radio, a USB port and much more. Traffic-adapting cruise control, brake hold at stoplights and lane departure warning and intervention are also standard.
We invite you to explore all the features and capabilities of the new 2018 Toyota C-HR for yourself with a test drive at Le Mieux & Son today! Our award-winning team of experts can answer any questions you might have and help you find the perfect Toyota model. Stop by and see us.