2018 Toyota RAV4 vs 2018 Toyota C-HR

Are you looking for a nimble, fun-to-drive crossover? Look no further than the Toyota brand. With the iconic Toyota RAV4 compact crossover and the all-new Toyota C-HR subcompact crossover to choose from, car shoppers are faced with a difficult decision at Downeast Toyota. Learn more about the tried and true Toyota RAV4 and the sporty Toyota C-HR with this 2018 Toyota RAV4 vs 2018 Toyota C-HR comparison.

A trendsetter in the compact crossover class, the 2018 Toyota RAV4 is perfect for the family on the go with a wealth of cargo space and an energetic powertrain. Available in six trim levels – LE, XLE, SE, Limited, Platinum and the all-new Adventure – the Toyota RAV4 can be tailored to fit your lifestyle. If you are looking for an urban adventure, the 2018 Toyota C-HR (Coupe High-Rider) will check all the boxes. Toyota C-HR models are available in two grades – XLE and XLE Premium – that feature a dynamic, diamond-inspired style and a wealth of next-generation technology.

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2018 Toyota RAV4 VS 2018 Toyota C-HR
$24,410 Starting Price $22,500
2.5-Liter Four-Cylinder Base Engine 2.0-Liter Four-Cylinder
38.4 Cubic Feet Cargo Space 19 Cubic Feet
Yes Available All-Wheel Drive No

What Are the Differences Between the Toyota RAV4 and Toyota C-HR?

If you are looking for a fun drive at an affordable price, this 2018 Toyota RAV4 vs 2018 Toyota C-HR comparison will point you in the right direction. With a starting price that stands at $24,410, the Toyota RAV4 promises an elite level of value that few competitors can match. The Toyota C-HR is an all-new model in a subcompact crossover class that is growing in popularity and provides car shoppers with an affordable price tag that starts at $22,500.

An athletic performance is a staple of crossover designs and is a trademark of the Toyota RAV4 and Toyota C-HR. Armed with a 176-horsepower 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, the Toyota RAV4 promises a fun, reliable performance. Married to a six-speed automatic transmission, the front-wheel drive Toyota RAV4 makes 23 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. When equipped with Dynamic Torque Control AWD, the Toyota RAV4 will earn 22 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. With a distinct style built for thrills, the Toyota RAV4 Adventure will tow up to 3,500 pounds.

Toyota C-HR editions feature a 144-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that manufactures 139 pound-feet of torque that is directed to the front wheels. Geared towards urban adventures and an athletic performance, the Toyota C-HR employs a Continuously Variable Transmission to make 27 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. If you are looking for a way to amp up performance, Sport Mode will simulate a seven-speed Sequential Shiftmatic transmission and upgrade acceleration.

No matter which Toyota crossover you choose, you will enjoy a spacious, well-equipped cabin. A 6.1-inch Toyota Entune touchscreen display with Bluetooth and a standard rearview camera is a central feature in the Toyota RAV4 cabin that will keep you connected. Toyota C-HR models employ a seven-inch touchscreen display with Bluetooth and Voice Recognition technology. Safety is a highlight of Toyota-brand crossovers with standard Toyota Safety Sense™ technology that includes a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Automatic High Beams and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control.

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Blue 2018 Toyota RAV4 Front Exterior on Country Highway
2018 Toyota RAV4 Front Seat Interior with Toyota Entune Touchscreen and Panoramic Sunroof
Red 2018 Toyota C-HR Front Exterior in Parking Lot with City in Background
2018 Toyota C-HR Steering Wheel, Dashboard and Toyota Entune Touchscreen