2019 Toyota C-HR vs 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
In today’s world, one size very much does not fit all. It’s all about finding what is right for you, not what’s right for the neighbors. When it comes time to select your latest automobile, what do you need specifically? If you’re on the lookout for a crossover, you will find a market saturated with them right now, as their ability to provide an efficient ride while offering plentiful cargo capacity is something people all over the country desire. Even in the crossover segment, there are a number of differences. Maybe you are looking for one of the more compact options, in which case you have come to the right place. Let’s take a look at a comparison of the 2019 Toyota C-HR vs the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.
Both models are fine examples from international automakers of what makes a crossover so special. The chart below lines up a few of their differences and similarities, but ultimately, it will come down to your preferences and automotive needs.
2019 Toyota C-HR
2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
|27/31 City/Hwy MPG||Base Fuel Economy||23/30 City/Hwy MPG|
|144 HP, 139 lb-ft Torque||Base Engine Power||148 HP, 145 lb-ft Torque|
|36.4 Cubic Feet||Maximum Cargo Capacity||49.5 Cubic Feet|
Which compact crossover SUV is right for you?
The Toyota C-HR was introduced to the world as a brand-new vehicle in 2018, adding another dash of excitement to the Toyota lineup, while the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport has been in the ring for significantly longer and brings that legacy to the table. Both models offer similar fuel efficiency and horsepower numbers. If you’re looking for more maximum cargo space (which is to say, the cargo space offered when you fold down the second-row seats), the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport might be your choice. If you want a bit more on the fuel economy side, you might want to go with the 2019 Toyota C-HR.
Both vehicles offer a standard touch-screen display, keeping many infotainment functionalities right at your fingertips. Both models also come standard with a rearview camera to offer added assistance while you are in reverse. If you want to jam out to your tunes, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility comes standard in the C-HR and is available in the Outlander Sport starting with the LE 2.0 trim.
Safety is key, especially if you are entrusting the vehicle to safely bring your family to and fro on a regular basis. The 2019 Toyota C-HR comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ P, which is comprised of a suite of technology features such as the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, and more. The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is no slouch either, offering up safety features such as standard Active Stability Control and available Forward Collision Mitigation, among others.
This is all just a taste of what these two crossovers can provide. If you would like to see them in person, please contact us today to schedule a test drive.