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All Toyota vehicles are built for adventure, and drivers comparing the 2019 Toyota C-HR and the 2019 Toyota RAV4 certainly have a tough choice ahead of them. However, although both of these vehicles offer great performance and standard Toyota Safety Sense™ driver-assistance features, each of these small Toyota SUVs is intended for a different sort of driver. Once you know what you’re looking for, and what each vehicle has to offer, you shouldn’t have any trouble making a decision. Compare the Toyota C-HR vs. Toyota RAV4 with Toyota of Downtown LA below!
The Toyota C-HR offers sports car-like handling, but if your primary concerns are cargo space and interior volume, you’ll find that the RAV4 goes a lot further to satisfy the needs of drivers in the Mission Hills area. Want to see exactly what we mean? Compare the Toyota RAV4 vs. C-HR dimensions, here:
As you can see, the RAV4 is simply better-equipped to comfortably transport both passengers and cargo. If you need a small Toyota SUV that’s fit for the whole family, the C-HR probably shouldn’t be your top choice.
Although it probably isn’t the first thing you’ll think of when you’re searching for a new car, it’s impossible to ignore the fact that different cars will make vastly different impressions on your friends, neighbors, and co-workers near Huntington Park! Consider the following differences between the C-HR and the RAV4 when you’re deciding on the model that best reflects your lifestyle:
Ready to take your next new vehicle for a test drive? Now that you’ve explored the Toyota RAV4 towing capability, compared the Toyota C-HR vs. Toyota RAV4, contact Toyota of Downtown LA to schedule your test drive in one of our new vehicles! No matter which vehicle you choose, we’re sure you’ll love how you feel on the roads of Alameda and Cerritos.
If you want to be even more certain of your decision, find out how the 2019 Toyota RAV4 wins out against the 2019 Honda CR-V. You might also want to check out the available Toyota RAV4 and C-HR colors.
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