Available in three different models, the 20-19 Toyota C-HR vs. HR-V is a crossover SUV with a compact platform. Rolling on the Realtime All-Wheel Drive, the HR V provides better all-season and All Terrain functionality. Additionally, Honda Sensing technology has a slight advantage over the Toyota Safety Sense P.
Engineered for efficient functionality, the 20-19 Honda HRV’s I vtec engine-block produces 141 horsepower. This 1.8 L SOHC powertrain delivers a maximum torque of 127 pound-feet. The 2019 Toyota C HR’s 2.0 L engine cube generates 144 HP and 139 lb-ft. The Sport-mode is Contained in the HRV’s CVT, and the Shift Mode is incorporated into the C-HR’s CVS system. This elastic Honda model rolls the Real Time AWD, which inevitably creates much better traction compared to the C-HR’s standard front-wheel drive.
Additionally, the Intelligent Control System manages the Drive Train in the HR-V. This innovative mechanism guarantees that a smooth flow of torque at the wheels. The Eco Assist and Active sound Cancellation are some other features that give this Honda an edge over the C-HR in overall performance.