2021 Honda HR-V vs. 2021 Toyota C-HR
The Honda HR-V proves that a crossover SUV doesn’t need to be huge to deliver exactly what a buyer wants. Our manufacturing partner produces one of the most diverse and robust lineups of crossover SUVs in this very competitive class of the automotive industry. A comparison of the 2021 Honda HR-V vs. 2021 Toyota C-HR will show just how far apart vehicles in this segment can be. By and large, the 2021 HR-V and 2021 C-HR are very evenly matched in terms of performance, but the compact Honda crossover SUV model more than pulls ahead in areas where it will count the most to potential buyers – specifically in terms of both passenger space and cargo volume. Meridian Honda customers will be able to find the 2021 Honda HR-V in four trim grades, LX, Sport, EX and EX-L. Meridian Honda customers can start the pre-ordering process for the 2021 Honda HR-V today by calling, 601-693-4651.
While both the 2021 Honda HR-V and 2021 Toyota C-HR compete in the same automotive industry segment, they deliver two distinctly different ownership experiences. The similarities between the 2021 HR-V and 2021 C-HR pretty much begin and end with each vehicle offer two rows of seats that can hold five passengers. However, when it comes to moving people and cargo, the 2021 Honda HR-V has a lot to offer its owners. The driver and front passenger in the 2021 HR-V will have 41.2 inches of legroom, leaving those in the backseat with 39.3 inches to stretch out their legs. Owners of the 2021 Toyota CH-R will have slightly more front legroom, but those sitting in the backseat of the compact will have about 8 fewer inches of legroom than the 2021 Honda HR-V. Additionally, the 2021 HR-V is able to offer more maximum cargo volume (58.8 cubic-feet) than the 2021 C-HR (37 cubic-feet).
2021 HR-V LX, 2WD
2021 Toyota C-HR
|1.8-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||2.0-L, 4-Cyl.|
|58.8 cu.-ft.||Max. Cargo Volume||37.0 cu.-ft.|
Every 2021 Honda HR-V that is available at the Meridian Honda showroom will use the same powertrain setup. The 2021 HR-V will have a naturally aspirated 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine under the hood and it will be attached to a continuously variable transmission. It will make 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. All four trims can be equipped with either front- or all-wheel-drive. On the other hand, the 2021 Toyota C-HR will use a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine attached to a CVT of its own. While the 2021 C-HR will make slightly more horsepower, people choosing that compact crossover SUV won’t be able to have all-wheel-drive.