2019 Toyota C HR vs. 2017 Honda HR-V
Posted on: March 9, 2019, by : Rechelle

Toyota was quite late on the match with a subcompact crossover and jealous which its archnemesis Honda has its HR-V, it recently arrived with the sharp-looking C HR, which was supposed to be considered a Scion.

Toyota C-HR vs. Honda HR-V
              source: cars.usnews.com

And everyone knows the Toyota C-HR vs. Honda HR-V rivalry is just as natural as pie versus cake, so of course we had to compare these to see which one would be the better subcompact cross over.


Straight away, the Toyota wins in the style section. I love the way it looks — it’s funky and different without being too weird. Even the HRV, on the flip side, only resembles such as a bean — it’s quite dorky and may easily be mistaken for any other sub-compact cross over. It’s merely very generic, therefore that I provide Toyota crazy things for status out and doing different things.


Toyota looks much better. However, practicality takes an enormous hit because of that style, and the Honda ultimately ends up using far more freight capacity and better sightlines, and also that practicality is something plenty of folks want.

As the HR V includes 23.2 cubic feet (657 L) of space from the trunk that balloons to 55.9 cup (1,583 L) with the seats folded flat, the Toyota comes somewhat close using only 1 9 cu ft (538 L) from the trunk and 36.4 cu ft (1,030 L) with the chairs down. If you want more distance to haul objects, the HR-V is indeed the more extensive choice, especially as it has the Magic Chairs in the rear, that allow the seat cushion to flip upwards, which makes it easier to carry taller items. These chairs are the greatest and that I need every car had them.

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Although the sightlines from the Honda are not great, by comparison, you’re fundamentally blind to anything behind your shoulders at the Toyota. Even the C-HR’s sloped roofline and smaller windows look pretty cool, but they make it tough to see out of and playground, mainly because of the silly backup camera from the rear-view mirror. It’s jarring to use, is too small, and isn’t as useful as drivers desire it to function, mainly because of the huge blind spots. But both cars are so small, and it needs to be a huge problem when trying to park.