2018 Toyota C-HR XLE vs Mazda CX-3 Grand Touring
When you’re on the market for a compact SUV, a great new option is the 2018 Toyota CH-R. It was launched in North America in early 2017, so not as much might be known about this vehicle. That being said, the CH-R is back and better than ever for 2018. We’ve compared the Toyota CH-R XLE to the Mazda CX-3 Grand Touring so you can get a better feel of what makes the CH-R stand out among the rest.
The CH-R Has Plenty of Space
When you choose the Toyota CH-R, your passengers will thank you. The CH-R provides 43.46 inches of front leg room compared to the CX-3’s 41.7 inches. This might not seem like a lot, but where comfort is involved it does make a difference!
The CH-R also wins when it comes to fitting both passengers and gear. When both rows of seats are in use, the CH-R boasts 19.0 cubic feet of cargo volume compared to the CX-3’s mere 10.1 cu ft. Camry.
The Toyota’s Price Can’t Be Beat
The 2018 Toyota CH-R XLE has an MSRP of just $22,500, while the CX-3 Grand Touring comes in at $25,163. Plus, the CH-R XLE already comes with some great standard features. You can further up the price of the CH-R by adding on tons of accessories while still staying under the CX-3’s price tag.
The CH-R Has Exceptional Steering & Handling
The Toyota CH-R wins this category because it has three different handling modes, allowing it to adapt its steering to the driving situation. The Mazda CX-3 only has one mode for all driving conditions. The Toyota also boasts a sportier drive with easier handling around sharp corners.
Test Drive the 2018 Toyota Camry Today
University Toyota knows that the 2018 Camry is the better buy—and now you do too! Come check out this redesigned vehicle in person at our dealership in Morgantown, WV. We will get you behind the wheel of your new Camry as soon as possible and take care of you long after you drive off of our lot. Stop by today or call 304-296-4401.