2018 Toyota C-HR vs. 2018 Nissan Juke
Crossover SUVs are already the most popular class of vehicles in the United States. Inside of the successful segment are the emerging sub-compact models, like the all-new Toyota C-HR. The 2018 model-year is the first year that Toyota is producing the innovative C-HR with its highly stylized exterior that is unlike anything else on the road. While the automaker is very confident in what the new crossover has to offer, there are still some key rivals that will compete for buyer's attention. Comparing the 2018 Toyota C-HR vs. 2018 Nissan Juke shows just how many options are available. Both vehicles cast a unique silhouette, but the new 2018 C-HR offers a bit more practicality that should put it over the top.
Originally, the 2018 Toyota C-HR was going to be produced under the now-defunct Scion brand. Toyota saw that this was going to be a special vehicle and quickly brought it to its side of the house. Both the 2018 C-HR and the latest Nissan Juke are nimble and efficient. However, customers of Spitzer Toyota may find that the C-HR is a bit more practical with more available total cargo space. The difference between the two sub-compact crossover SUVs become clearest when people are sitting in the back seat. With three rear passengers, owners can still use up to 19 cubic-feet. By comparison, the 2018 Juke can offer just more than half of that figure. Toyota's active safety systems are also standard with the C-HR.
|2018 Toyota C-HR||2018 Nissan Juke|
|2.0-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||Turbo., 1.6-L, 4-Cyl.|
|Yes, TSS-P||Standard Safety Assist||No|
|36.4 cu.-ft.||Max. Cargo Space||35.9 cu.-ft.|
Why buy the 2018 C-HR?
The 2018 Toyota C-HR comes in two primary trims, XLE and XLE Premium. Anyone familiar with how Toyota naming conventions work will notice that these are two of the highest trims in any model's lineup. For buyers of the 2018 C-HR this means that either version is going to instantly well-equipped. In fact, many of the features found with the so-called base model of the Toyota C-HR wouldn't be found on the competing Nissan Juke until much higher up in the trim ladder. Some of the standard features found with the cutting-edge 2018 C-HR include a 7-inch touchscreen interface, Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port.