2018 Toyota C-HR vs. 2018 Honda HR-V

 Compare The 2018 Toyota C-HR Against The 2018 Honda HR-V

The Toyota C-HR is a brand-new Toyota vehicle that is as unique as it is stunning. C-HR stands for "Coupe High-Rider" and its exterior design showcases this title perfectly. It does still have four doors and is technically considered a crossover, but its low ride and hidden door handles make this new Toyota truly one-of-a-kind. The cabin is just as stunning with an innovative diamond-inspired interior, many soft-touch materials, like leather and satin-plate, and features that will soothe your other senses, like available heated seats, premium sound, and a standard dual-zone automatic climate control system.  

Even though the design qualities are extremely different than most other vehicles in its class, the Toyota C-HR does have a few close competitors. The 2018 Honda HR-V is one of these. Let's take a closer look and see how these two stunning compact SUVs compare and contrast.

Price Range

The Toyota C-HR is currently only available in two trim levels, the XLE and XLE Premium, but, both of these trims, when matched with the comparable Honda HR-V models, are less expensive over-all. Both brands offer the same basic, powertrain, and anti-corrosion warranties as well, so saving more money up front will be better in the long run.

Powertrain

If you're looking for power, you'll want to take a spin in the Toyota C-HR. This powerhouse contains a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, with Dynamic Force and Toyota's advanced Valvematic technology, that can produce up to 144-horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. The Honda model, at even its highest trim level, can only produce up to 141-horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque.

Safety 

Both models include plenty of technological safety features as well as a plethora of airbags. The difference is that the Toyota C-HR adds such systems as Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Pre-Collision with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, and Automatic High Beams as a standard feature, not as an option. You will have to pay more for a higher trim to add on the comparable systems in the Honda HR-V. 

The Included Extras 

Every detail, even the small ones, can make the biggest difference. The Toyota C-HR includes many of these added amenities, instead of not having them available or only having them optional in the lowest trims, like the Honda model. Some of these features include:

  • Cargo Area Cover
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  • Auxiliary Input Jack
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  • Interior Day/Night Electrochromic Rearview Mirror
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  • Separate Driver/Front Passenger Climate Controls
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  • Leather Steering Wheel
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  • Vehicle Speed Proportional Power Steering
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  • Voice Activated Controls
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  • And Many More!
 

Find Your New 2018 Toyota C-HR At Everett Toyota Of Paris


The new 2018 Toyota C-HR is what we have all been waiting for and we are thrilled to be able to include it onto our lot. If you are interested in learning more about this unique coupe low-rider, than feel free to stop by our Paris, Texas, dealership and get behind the wheel of any of our C-HR models. We have a wide variety of each trim level in stock and offer them in many different color palettes and options. Our associates would love to answer any questions that you may have and look forward to helping you find the 2018 Toyota C-HR that fits you perfectly.