2018 Honda HR-V vs 2018 Toyota C-HR

2018 Honda HR-V vs 2018 Toyota C-HR

Are you looking for increased interior space and versatility while maintaining the fuel efficiency of your mid-size sedan? Then it is time to upgrade to a crossover SUV, and the two best available crossover SUV’s on the market are the 2018 Honda HR-V and the 2018 Toyota C-HR. Affording Crossover SUV consumers the opportunity to upgrade into a larger vehicle without sacrificing the fuel efficiency that they have grown accustom to. Both vehicles offer exceptional exterior appeal, with sporty streamlined styling and seamless rear door handles. If you are looking for an easy transition from your mid-size sedan into an SUV, you have found the answer you’ve looking for with either the 2018 Honda HR-V or the 2018 Toyota C-HR.

Don’t let your anxiety of a new vehicle purchase overwhelm you, especially if you have made it this far and already narrowed your choices down to the 2018 Honda HR-V and the 2018 Toyota C-HR. A little information can go along way and when equipped with the proper information, difficult decisions become a walk in the park. Get the head-to-head performance and capacity specs of the 2018 Honda HR-V and the 2018 Toyota C-HR below, and before you know it your decision will be made clear.



2018 Honda HR-V LX

Versus

Toyota C-HR

1.8L 4-Cylinder Standard Engine 2.0L 4-Cylinder
141 Horsepower 144
127 LB-FT Torque 139 LB-FT
28 MPG City/ 33 MPG HWY Fuel Economy 27 MPG City/ 31 MPG HWY

Performance & Capacity Comparison

Both the 2018 Honda HR-V and the 2018 Toyota C-HR have similar performance specs, the small amount of horsepower and torque given up by the 2018 Honda HR-V is squashed by its better fuel efficiency. The 2018 Honda HR-V and the 2018 Toyota C-HR get equipped with a CVT, but the 2018 Honda HR-V also has a 6-speed manual transmission for the more involved drivers. The 2018 Honda HR-V also offers Real-Time AWD with an Intelligent Control System™ for optimal control when traversing rough terrain, the 2018 Toyota C-HR doesn’t have an AWD option

Both the 2018 Honda HR-V and the 2018 Toyota C-HR have seating for five passengers, but the 2018 Honda HR-V has substantially more (16 cubic feet) overall passenger volume than the 2018 Toyota C-HR. The 2018 HR-V’s 58.8 cubic feet of cargo volume dwarfs the 36.4 cubic feet offered by the 2018 C-HR.

If you aren’t fully convinced the 2018 Honda HR-V is the right choice for you, come take it on a test drive today at Cale Yarborough Honda and feel the performance for yourself.


*The performance specs in the table above are indicative of the 2018 Honda HR-V LX trim level, and when equipped with the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).