If you're curious about the new 2019 Toyota C-HR, you might wonder how it compares to the competition. Our North Little Rock Toyota dealership has put together a model comparison for you to enjoy. Let's take a look at the new Toyota C-HR LE and the Kia Sportage LX and let's see which one wins compact crossover supremacy.
The 2019 Toyota C-HR comes standard with automatic climate control. This feature is optional on the new Kia Sportage, but not standard. The Toyota also comes standard with a cargo area cover to shield your valuables. If you're packing up a new Sportage SUV, you won't have this standard feature. However, both models do come with a cargo area light, cruise control, and a standard onboard computer. The C-HR sets itself apart from the competition by offering an interior day and night electrochromic rearview mirror. This standard Toyota feature is, once again, only an option on the Kia. Which new compact SUV gives you more? You tell us.
The 2019 C-HR comes standard with front knee airbags, but the Sportage does not. The C-HR also comes with an engine immobilizer. Surprisingly, the Sportage does not. While there are undoubtedly many differences between these two crossovers, there are also similarities: Halogen Headlights, Front Side Airbags, Pre-Tensioners, Automatic Locking Retractor, and Hill Start Assist Control.
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ToyotaCare covers normal factory scheduled maintenance for 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. 24-hour roadside assistance is also included for two years, regardless of mileage. See Toyota dealer for details and exclusions. Valid only in the continental U.S. and Alaska.