2017 Toyota RAV4 vs 2018 Toyota C-HR Comparison

Which Toyota Crossover is Right for me?

2017 Toyota RAV4 vs 2018 Toyota C-HR Comparison

When you’re shopping for your next crossover, it is important that you pick the one that is best suited to your needs. We’re putting together a side-by-side look at two well-known Toyota crossover models. Take a look at the 2017 Toyota RAV4 vs 2018 Toyota C-HR comparison and see which crossover is best suited to you!

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Toyota Safety Sense™

Both models are stunningly constructed with unique styling and tons of benefits in store for their drivers. One of the biggest perks of either vehicle is the integration of active safety across all trim levels. The RAV4 and the C-HR both have Toyota Safety Sense™ as a standard feature. These systems help to keep you alert to potential hazards and keep you feeling more secure while driving.

Engine Specifications

2018 Toyota C-HR Magnetic Gray Metallic
RAV4 Exterior in White with Tailgate Opening

One of the differences between the two vehicles is the performance equipment with which they are equipped. The RAV4 will give you a bit more power than the C-HR, though both have stunning performance features. The RAV4 gives drivers access to 176 horsepower, and the C-HR gives drivers 144 horsepower. The ultimate determinant will be what your individual needs are as a driver. If you want a vehicle to take you on more adventurous excursions, the RAV4 might be for you. If you’re looking for an exciting ride on highways and in cities, the C-HR will be more your style.

Cargo Capacity

Each of the models in our comparison has a unique design. The RAV4 is built to handle a bit more cargo than the C-HR, which aids in its reputation as an exploratory vehicle. The C-HR is sleek and refined, giving you room to carry luggage, but it may not accommodate camping gear in the same way as the RAV4. The decision between which model will be better for you will have to hinge upon what your needs are. If you need more storage, choose the RAV4. If you want a sleeker profile, choose the C-HR.

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Need more help sorting out the 2017 Toyota RAV4 vs 2018 Toyota C-HR comparison? Contact us at Serra Toyota of Decatur! We’ll show you around each model and help you choose the right vehicle for you. You can view the RAV4 and the C-HR, alongside all of our other new Toyota models, in our online inventory and then stop by to see them in person!