Does the 2018 Toyota C-HR Come with AWD?
Central Illinois drivers deserve automobiles that they can depend on, but those on the lookout for a reliable subcompact crossover will quickly realize that there’s a world of difference between the capabilities of competing models. If you’re like most of our friends and neighbors, you depend on all-wheel drive technology to improve your handling capability and help you make it through the winter snow and ice, but not every subcompact offers this technology!
Honda HR-V vs. Toyota C-HR
The 2018 Toyota C-HR was recently described by the writers at Motor Trend as “completely unsure of what it wants to be,” and we can’t help but agree. Drivers who want a subcompact that has it all would do well to pass over the C-HR and choose one of the segment’s real success stories instead! In addition to offering AWD right in its baseline LX, the HR-V wins out over the C-HR in terms of cargo volume, passenger volume, and seating flexibility—thanks to its 60/40-split rear seat. Additionally, the C-HR lacks the Honda’s CD player, MP3 player, stereo anti-theft technology, and underseat storage. What’s more, even with AWD equipped, the 2017 Honda HR-V is available for a lower price than the 2WD 2018 Toyota C-HR! No matter what you’re after in your next subcompact crossover, you’ll find more to love in a Honda than you will in a Toyota.
Take the HR-V for a Test Drive!
Don’t miss your chance to take the 2017 Honda HR-V for a test drive. Thanks in part to its AWD, it’s a much better option than the 2018 Toyota C-HR, and when you make use of our current offers and financing options, this Honda could be yours for a great price. Schedule your visit to one of our Central Illinois Honda Dealers showrooms today!