They share basic drive designs — even a CVT auto and Front-drive — however diverge under the bonnet. The C HR’s 85kW/185Nm 1.2-liter turbo petrol four gives it a benefit advantage for urban centers ducking and diving.
The Honda’s SOHC gas 1.8 isn’t a high tech unit but does a fantastic job thanks to your 20kW perkier top ending and milder curb weight (1317kg plays 1375kg). It sips from the
50L tank, for example, it’s rival, while its telephone for 9 1 RON (in the place of 9-5 ) offsets a marginally greater proper fuel utilization of 6.6L/100km (the C HR uses 6.4L/100km).
Ride & Refinement – Winner: Toyota C-HR
The HR-V vs. C-HR, on 17s, manages bumpy roads using a mature awareness of absorbency and generally good refinement that the double-A-arm back suspension is helping keep the rear end implanted. All of Toyota needs to do is dial the coarse surface noise plus it’d have an infant soft-roader with luxury to belie its positioning and price.
The HR V, on 16s, also suspended on the front but a less sophisticated torsion beam rear end, is taut, yet fails to pinpoint absorbency or control, leading to a frequently restless ride. Like the Toyota, it will find a bit loud on less-than-smooth surfaces, however elsewhere people are well isolated from wind and engine noise.