2020 Toyota C-HR vs 2020 Nissan Kicks
There is a big battle underway in the smallest segment of the crossover SUV class of the automotive industry. A comparison between the 2020 Toyota C-HR vs. 2020 Nissan Kicks will reveal several important differences between the two subcompact crossover SUVs. The 2020 C-HR is able to offer better performance scores and more access to more advanced technology than what can be found in the 2020 Kicks. Additionally, Toyota has made some subtle improvements to the 2020 C-HR for the new model year. Independent online reviews have had a lot of positive things to say about the 2020 C-HR including its sharp and athletic handling characteristics, a long list of standard and available features as well as its unique silhouette. Toyota of Decatur customers can start the pre-ordering process for the 2020 Toyota C-HR today by calling 256-274-4354.
The 2020 Toyota C-HR and 2020 Nissan Kicks both offer two rows of seats that can hold up to five passengers. Owners of the 2020 C-HR will have more than 19 cubic-feet of trunk space to use when the rear seat is available for passengers. Folding the back seat down will make up to 37 cubic-feet of cargo volume available in the 2020 Toyota C-HR. In the interest of objectivity, the 2020 Nissan Kicks does make a bit more cargo volume available than the 2020 C-HR. Where the Toyota subcompact crossover SUV really excels is technology. The 2020 Toyota C-HR offers a smartphone-compatible infotainment system on all trim grades that offers access to the Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ suites as well as integration with the Amazon Alexa. Only the upper trims of the Kicks, the SV and SR, can match this capability. Additionally, the Kicks isn't compatible with Alexa.
Performance Specs and Fuel Economy Scores
Toyota employs an active and efficient powertrain for all available trim grades of the 2020 C-HR. The naturally aspirated 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine will be attached to a continuously variable transmission. It will produce 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. Drivers of the 2020 Toyota C-HR will be able to expect the compact crossover SUV to record up to 27 miles per gallon in the city and 31 miles per gallon on the highway. Nissan uses a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine that is also attached to a CVT. The 2020 Kicks will make 122 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque. The smaller Nissan power plant will produce slightly better fuel economy scores.