Are you looking for a fun, spacious, fuel-efficient and versatile SUV? The 2020 Honda HR-V is certainly one of the models to consider. However, it faces fierce competition including the Toyota C-HR, Toyota’s offer in the urban SUV segment.
Although the C-HR and HR-V are very similar on paper, they have significant differences on many levels. For starters, the Honda HR-V is the only one to offer all-wheel drive. Yes, the Toyota C-HR is not available with four-wheel drive, which makes a big difference in winter. The Honda HR-V is available as an option with all-wheel drive, which greatly improves performance on snowy or icy roads.
The 2020 Honda HR-V is more economical than the Toyota C-HR
The Honda HR-V is powered by a 1.8-liter, 1.4-liter, four-cylinder engine with an average fuel consumption rating of only 8.4 liters per 100 kilometers in the city and 7.0 liters per 100 kilometers on the highway. It’s better than the Toyota C-HR, which has an average fuel consumption rating of 8.7 liters per 100 kilometers in the city and 7.5 liters per 100 kilometers on the highway. In other words, the Honda HR-V costs less to operate year over year thanks to its lower fuel consumption rating which will be a plus for anyone who wants to combine efficiency with versatility.
It is also more spacious
We buy an SUV because we need space and with that in mind, we will just point out that the Honda HR-V is the largest in its class with its 688 liters. No other urban SUV offers more space. It is also more versatile with its Magic Seat system that allows you to configure the rear seat in five different ways to carry a lot of objects of different dimensions in the trunk. It is truly the king of versatility and one of the reasons why it is so popular in his segment.
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