The 2019 Toyota C-HR Takes on the Competition with Ease

When it comes to shopping the new Toyota lineup, our team members recommend putting the all-new 2019 Toyota C-HR at the top of your list. From its distinctive exterior, to its generously outfitted interior, this first-ever Toyota aims to please in far more ways than one. Of course, that's not all this all-new model is able to do. To learn more about the Toyota C-HR, as well as how it stands up to the competition, we invite you to read on below...

Explore the Toyota C-HR vs Honda HR-V

You deserve to choose a vehicle that can sprint toward any destination with grace and efficiency. The Toyota C-HR excels over the Honda HR-V in many areas, including sheer power and performance.

  • In comparison with the 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque available for the base trim of the Toyota C-HR, the new Honda HR-V only generates up to 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. With a turning circle of 34.2, the Toyota C-HR also beats out the 37.4 of the Honda HR-V, making it a better option for quick turns.
  • Your safety performance also gets better in the Toyota C-HR, with Front Knee Airbags standard on every trim. If infotainment and comfort remain a priority for you, the Toyota crossover does feature voice-activated controls on every model as well as 6 audio speakers in comparison with the Honda’s four speakers.
  • Passengers will enjoy more legroom in the Toyota C-HR as well. Find the exceptional Toyota C-HR for sale in Raynham, MA at Route 44 Toyota!
  • Toyota C-HR vs Honda CR-V Comparison

    Toyota C-HR vs Honda CR-V Comparison

    • When it comes to overall value, the Toyota C-HR dominates the new Honda CR-V. Not only does the Toyota crossover come at a lower starting price, even when comparing comparably-equipped models, but the C-HR also offers better fuel economy than its Honda counterpart.
    • The Toyota C-HR earns an EPA-estimated 27 mpg city/31 mpg highway to the Honda CR-V model’s 26 mpg/32 mpg highway.
    • The new Toyota C-HR also includes more features than the new CR-V, giving you a cargo area cover, illuminated vanity mirrors, separate driver and front passenger climate controls, privacy glass, and a leather steering wheel as standard equipment. These features come at a significantly higher price in the Honda CR-V, where available.

    New Toyota C-HR vs Mazda CX-3

    It’s obvious why drivers throughout the Attleboro and Mansfield region seek to compare the Toyota C-HR with the Mazda CX-3. Both compact SUV models offer exceptional style, with room to accommodate up to five people in premium comfort.

  • The Toyota SUV does offer several advantages over the Mazda SUV, making it our pick for daily transportation. For example, the Toyota C-HR features an independent rear suspension, giving it a performance edge over the Mazda car’s semi-independent suspension. The Toyota C-HR also makes tighter turns than its Mazda CX-3 counterpart, with a turning circle of 34.2 as opposed to the Mazda SUV’s 34.8.
  • If you need to load up some recreational gear, shopping bags or luggage, the Toyota C-HR also offers significantly more cargo volume than the Mazda CX-3, giving you a generous 19 cubic feet in comparison to the Mazda model’s measly 12.4 cubic feet of cargo volume. Come to Route 44 Toyota today to discuss additional performance and comfort highlights of the attractive Toyota C-HR!
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    Visit Route 44 Toyota to Take the 2019 Toyota C-HR out for a Test Drive

    Whether you're still in need of some convincing, or are ready to take the 2019 Toyota C-HR out for a spin, we invite you to stop by our new Toyota dealership today. We would be more than happy to answer any questions that you might have, and will gladly get you setup for a test drive. Conveniently located in Raynham, MA and just around the corner from Taunton, Brockton, Attleboro, Plymouth and Mansfield, we look forward to welcoming you in to our showroom soon.

    ** Price(s) include(s) all costs to be paid by a consumer including $498 documentation fee, except for licensing costs, registration fees, and taxes.