See how the new 2019 Toyota C-HR compares to the 2019 Kia Sportage in Columbia, Missouri. We are going to compare the C-HR LE 2.0-Liter 4-Cylinder (CVTi-S) against the new Kia Sportage LX FWD (2.4L I4 6A) and see which model offers a better driving experience.
The new C-HR offers standard automatic climate control while the Sportage only has it as an optional feature. The C-HR also offers a cargo area cover. But the Sportage and C-HR both offer a cargo area light, cruise control, and an onboard computer. However, the C-HR offers a standard interior day and night electrochromic rearview mirror which is only optional on the Sportage.
NHTSA crash ratings speak for themselves. According to its website, the C-HR has a 5-star overall safety rating from NHTSA. It also has better features than the Sportage, including air bags for the knees.
However, both vehicles offer tons of the same safety features, including Hill Start Assist Control, Halogen Headlights, Front Side Airbags, Pre-Tensioners, and even an Automatic Locking Retractor.
Both of these models are great, but the new C-HR comes with ToyotaCare, which will never be available on the new Sportage. Drivers who want all of the standard features and a free maintenance plan are going to naturally flock to the C-HR because it's simply the superior vehicle. Contact us for a test drive!
ToyotaCare covers normal factory scheduled maintenance for 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. 24-hour roadside assistance is also included for two years, regardless of mileage. See Toyota dealer for details and exclusions. Valid only in the continental U.S. and Alaska.