2019 Toyota C-HR vs 2019 Volkswagen Golf
|2019 Toyota C-HR||vs||2019 Volkswagen Golf|
|✔||Serra Lifetime Warranty (Learn More)||X|
|✔||Serra Platinum Package (Learn More)||X|
|✔||Toyota Safety Sense||X|
|$21,145||Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price||$21,845|
|2.0-liter 4-cylinder DOHC engine||Base Engine||1.4-liter turbo engine|
|144 horsepower | 139 pound-feet of torque||Power Specs||147 horsepower | 184 pound-feet of torque|
|8-inch touchscreen audio display||Infotainment Center||6.5-inch composition color touchscreen|
Drivers looking for their next bold and head-turning vehicle need to look no further than the 2019 Toyota C-HR, available now at Serra Toyota of Decatur. This curvy compact SUV is the perfect athletic addition to any driver’s day and is a perfect match for daily commutes, road trips, and more.
But why should you choose the C-HR over another member of its class? This 2019 Toyota C-HR vs 2019 Volkswagen Golf is putting these two models head-to-head to show you why the C-HR earns top honors. Keep reading to learn more about the C-HR or click the link above to view our lineup of in-stock models.
Key Differences – 2019 Toyota C-HR vs 2019 Volkswagen Golf
The 2019 Toyota C-HR lineup includes LE, XLE, and Limited models that are available in eight solid and four dual-color exterior paint options. Sculpted into clean design lines both inside and out, the C-HR brings in thoughtful character and athletic design that makes it a standout on the road. The 2019 C-HR comes standard with sport fabric-trimmed front bucket seats with a leather-trimmed shift lever with a satin-plated shift knob. With 19 cubic feet of standard cargo space that can expand to a spacious 36.4 cubic feet, this Toyota is a perfect addition to any weekend getaway. The 2019 Volkswagen Golf is offered in S and SE trim levels and is available in seven solid exterior color options. Cloth seating fills the interior of the 2019 Golf and 22.8 cubic feet of cargo space is available in its trunk.
Beneath the hood of the 2019 C-HR is a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine paired to a Continuously Variable Transmission. This power duo generates 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque on the road. The competing 2019 Golf is powered by a 1.4-liter turbo engine paired to a 6-speed manual transmission, generating 147 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque on the road.