Comparison Tests

Head to Head: Toyota C-HR Vs Honda HR-V

What are the safety features like?

C-HRs all have the same with seven airbags, ABS, stability and traction controls, lane departure warning with steering assist, blind spot warning and auto high beam dipping. There is also AEB but for some reason it doesn’t work under 20km/h but you will get a beep if the car in front is getting too close for comfort. Reverse cross traffic alert will also stop you backing into approaching car park traffic.

The HR-V will have – at minimum – six airbags, ABS, stability and traction controls, reversing camera and a speed alert. The ADAS package, available only on the VTi-L, adds forward collision warning when you’re moving quicker than 15km/h (yeah, we know), lane departure warning and auto high beam.

The C-HR wins this one.

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4 years ago

I had another look at C-HR this week – that back seat is ridiculous – it’s a 2 seater really.

Unless you have only 2 people and never want to carry enemies in the back seat – you’d never put friends there, and children would be car-sick in no-time, the HR-V is the only option you could consider (of these 2).

4 years ago
Reply to  Alan

I did sit in the read seats and it’s nothing as you said.
I’ll buy the C-HR if it’s a hybrid like in Europe.

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