2020 Honda HR-V vs. 2020 Toyota C-HR
The Honda HR-V stands out from the rest of the automaker’s crossover SUVs for being nimble, well-equipped and fuel-efficient*. A comparison between the 2020 Honda HR-V vs. 2020 Toyota C-HR will give potential buyers a very clear picture of what they can expect to find should they choose either subcompact crossover SUV. Honda offers the 2020 HR-V in five trim grades, LX, Sport, EX, EX-L and Touring. To be sure, the HR-V and C-HR are very closely matched, but Honda has employed the best of what it has available to give its vehicle owners as many advantages as possible over the competition, including overall handling by making all-wheel-drive available. Meridian Honda customers can schedule a test drive or start the pre-ordering process today by calling 601-693-4651.
Both subcompact crossover SUVs have two rows of seats that can hold up to five passengers. The 2020 Honda HR-V offers more potential legroom to its rear passengers than its Toyota rival. People sitting in the backseat of the 2020 HR-V can have up to 39.3 inches with which to stretch their legs. Those who choose the 2020 Toyota C-HR will only have up to 31.7 inches of rear legroom. Versions of the 2020 HR-V with front-wheel-drive will have 24.3 cubic-feet of cargo space to use when passengers are sitting in the back seat. Folding those seats down will open the vehicle up to 58.8 cubic-feet. Models with all-wheel-drive will have slightly less than this mark, but all have more room than what’s available in the 2020 Toyota C-HR. The Toyota C-HR can only offer 19.1 cubic-feet with the seats up and up to 37 cubic-feet with the seats 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.|
Every version of the 2020 Honda HR-V available at Meridian Honda will employ the same powertrain. The subcompact Honda crossover SUV will have a naturally aspirated 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine under the hood that is mated to a continuously variable transmission. It will make 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. On the other hand, the 2020 Toyota C-HR uses a slightly larger four-cylinder engine of its own, which makes slightly more power than the powertrain used by the 2020 HR-V. Both subcompact crossover SUVs also offer very competitive fuel economy estimates* from the Environmental Protection Agency.
*28 city/34 highway/30 combined mpg rating for 2WD trims. 27 city/31 highway/29 combined mpg rating for AWD LX trims. 26 city/31 highway/28 combined mpg rating for AWD Sport, EX, EX-L & Touring trims. Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.