2020 Honda HR-V
2020 Toyota C-HR
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Small crossovers continue to gain popularity as viable alternatives to sedans and hatchbacks, and Honda's HR-V is one of the most popular options to date. The 2020 Honda HR-V arrives fresh off Honda's naming as the 2020 Best SUV Brand by U.S. News & World Report** for a fourth consecutive year and impresses once again with its style, substance and versatile cabin.
Every year, there seems to be more competition in the subcompact crossover segment, with the new HR-V going up against the likes of the 2020 Toyota C-HR. These two models may appear quite similar at a glance, but the more you look over their specs and explore their interiors, you'll find plenty of aspects that set them apart.
Premier Honda has compiled a comparison table and review of these two small crossovers to help motorists just like you to determine which model may better suit your budget, lifestyle and preferences. We encourage all potential buyers to test drive both models and consider where these two crossovers differ in features, cabin space, fuel economy, price and other important factors. Don't hesitate to contact our New Orleans, LA, dealership for assistance!
Looking at the exterior of these two crossovers, you might guess that their passenger volume and cargo capacity are quite comparable. Still, in reality, the Honda HR-V offers a much larger and more versatile cabin. Its 100.1 cubic feet of passenger space dwarfs that of the Toyota C-HR, measured at just 83.8 cubic feet. Looking at cargo space, the Toyota falls short once again. With 24.3 cubic feet of standard cargo capacity up to a maximum of 58.8 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down, Honda's HR-V tops the Toyota C-HR in both figures. The most cargo that the Toyota can hold is up to a maximum 36.4 cubic feet, well short of the roomier HR-V.
If the added traction, confidence and safety of all-wheel drive (AWD) matters to you, then you best look at the 2020 Honda HR-V in this comparison, as Toyota's C-HR is one of few crossovers that only offers front-wheel drive. Meanwhile, Honda offers you a choice of power sent to two wheels or all four, just like the rest of its award-winning SUV lineup!
No matter if you select a 2WD or AWD edition of the 2020 Honda HR-V, you'll find that this stylish and practical crossover boasts stellar fuel economy ratings. In both city and highway mpg, the Honda tops the smaller Toyota C-HR!
While the engine output of these two models is similar, the HR-V tips the scales at hundreds of pounds lighter than the Toyota -- even when you opt for an HR-V AWD model! You'll certainly notice that thanks to its lighter weight, the Honda delivers a more responsive engine and agile handling for your travels around New Orleans and well beyond.
Honda's HR-V continues to be a favorite small crossover among automotive journalists and consumers alike, thanks to its exceptionally spacious and versatile interior, fuel-efficient powertrain, available AWD and stylish design. If you're looking to join the following of happy Honda HR-V drivers around Metairie, LA, then shop and visit our dealership today!
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