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One of the major things you’ll notice by looking at the two crossovers is the difference in exterior styling. The Toyota C-HR features sharper, more aggressive lines and angles for a boxier look while the Honda CR-V has sloping curves that round out the design.
The CR-V is also able to produce more power than the C-HR and can be equipped with Honda’s Real Time All-Wheel Drive with Intelligent Control System™. Though the C-HR offers more smart safety technologies on the base trim level compared to the base trim of the CR-V.
|2019 C-HR||2019 CR-V|
|Headroom (front/rear)||38.1 / 38.3 inches||40.1 / 39.2 inches|
|Legroom (front/rear)||43.4 / 31.7 inches||41.3 / 40.4 inches|
|Passenger Volume||83.8 cubic feet||105.9 cubic feet|
|Cargo Volume||19 cubic feet||39.2 cubic feet|
|Max. Cargo Volume||36.4 cubic feet||75.8 cubic feet|
|2019 C-HR LE||2019 CR-V LX|
|Engine||2.0L 4-cylinder||2.4L i-VTEC® I4|
|Horsepower||144 hp||184 hp|
|Torque||139 pound-feet||180 pound-feet|
|Fuel Economy (CTY/HWY)*||27 / 31 MPG||26 / 32 MPG|
Overall, both crossovers are able to offer many great features, plenty of fuel efficiency and a versatile experience. While the 2019 Honda CR-V offers more space and a more adaptable performance, the 2019 Toyota C-HR is still quite remarkable with its list of standard features and dynamic design.
If you would like to learn more about either model, or any other Honda or Toyota vehicle, you can contact us online or by calling 855-261-7792.
*Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery package/condition, and other factors.
**MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.