2020 Honda HR-V vs. 2020 Toyota C-HR
Since the latest version of the Honda CR-V has arrived at the Meridian Honda showroom, the dealership’s staff has been eager to tout its developments compared to the competition. An examination of the 2020 Honda CR-V vs. 2020 Mazda CX-3 will provide future buyers with a very clear picture of why they should be visiting Meridian Honda. The 2020 CR-V holds several very important advantages over its Mazda competitor. Meridian Honda customers in the market for a new crossover SUV who choose the 2020 CR-V will get more standard performance across the entire trim ladder, more maximum cargo volume and access to the automaker’s most advanced connectivity technology on most trim grades including active safety systems. Future buyers can start the pre-ordering process for the 2020 Honda CR-V today by calling, 601-693-4651.
Any discussion of any crossover SUV platform requires an examination of available passenger and cargo space. The Honda CR-V has always been among the class leaders in available cargo volume, a trend that continues for the new model year. Both the 2020 CR-V and 2020 Mazda CX-3 offer two rows of seating that can comfortably accommodate up to five passengers. However, the updated Honda CR-V is able to make more cargo storage available regardless of how the seats are configured. When the rear seats are holding people all four trims of the 2020 CR-V (LX, EX, EX-L and Touring) will offer 39.2 cubic-feet of cargo volume, with a maximum of 75.8 cubic-feet. Mazda CX-3 owners will have just 12.4 cubic-feet behind the rear seat and up to 44.5 with it folded down.
2020 HR-V LX, 2WD
2020 Toyota C-HR
|1.8-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||2.0-L, 4-Cyl.|
|5 passengers||Seating Capacity||5 passengers|
|57.6 cu.-ft.||Max. Cargo Volume||37 cu.-ft.|
Honda engineers have continued to use the same powertrain for the 2020 Honda HR-V that has appeared in previous models. When the 2020 version arrives at the Meridian Honda showroom, it will have a naturally aspirated 1.8-liter, four-cylinder attached to a continuously variable transmission. Each 2020 HR-V will be able to produce 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. The 2020 Toyota C-HR uses a slightly larger four-cylinder engine of its own that makes slightly more performance. However, of the two vehicles, only the 2020 HR-V offers an all-wheel-drive option. In fact, the Honda AWD system can be added to most trim grades and comes as standard equipment with the top Touring trim.