Comparing vehicles is a good way to find what vehicle is the right match for you. We’ve decided to help narrow things down by doing some of the research for you by comparing the 2018 Toyota C-HR Vs the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe. If you’re someone who is looking for a stylish, unique vehicle, then the 2018 Toyota C-HR just might be the right fit for you, but it’s not just looks that are important. Below, you’ll find a table comparing some of the more frequently-asked specs that we hear our shoppers asking for.
The new model of the Toyota C-HR has been highly anticipated and we can’t wait to compare it to other models to see how it holds up. Now, let’s see some of the perks that the 2018 Toyota C-HR has when pitted against the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe, so that you can hammer out just what vehicle you’ll want to take a closer look at.
Safety is important no matter what vehicle you drive. That’s why we’ve decided to check out the available safety features in both the C-HR and the Santa Fe. What you see in the table above is the Toyota Safety Sense P that is offered in all the Toyota vehicles. This means that the C-HR comes with a plethora of safety features, including Pedestrian Detection, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. While some of these features, or similar features, are available with the Hyundai Santa Fe, they do not come with the vehicle, so that would be an extra price tacked onto what you are already paying.
The cargo space should be easy to explain, the C-HR has 5.5 cu. ft. more, which gives you a bit extra room. While the Hyundai Santa Fe has a bigger fuel tank, it gets 8 mpg less than the Toyota C-HR, so you’ll get more mileage out of what gas you do have in the C-HR.
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