|2020 Toyota C-HR||VS.||2020 Nissan Kicks|
|✔||Serra Lifetime Warranty (Learn More)||X|
|✔||Serra Platinum Package (Learn More)||X|
|✔||Toyota Safety Sense||X|
|2.0-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||1.6-L, 4-Cyl.|
|All trims||Smartphone Integration||SV, SR trims|
The Toyota C-HR is facing more challenges in its corner of the automotive industry. Anyone interested in a vehicle like the C-HR, are looking for a platform that is going to offer plenty of efficient performance that is also equipped with the latest connectivity technology. A comparison of the 2020 Toyota C-HR vs. 2020 Nissan Kicks will reveal the kind of tough decisions people shopping in this segment face. The 2020 C-HR is able to offer more standard performance and more access to advanced technology than its Nissan rival. From a physical standpoint, the 2020 Toyota C-HR is able to hold the same number of passengers as well as offer very competitive cargo dimensions as exhibited in the 2020 Kicks. Customers can schedule a test drive with the 2020 C-HR today by calling, 205-847-1841.
Toyota has equipped all three trim grades of the 2020 Toyota C-HR with the best connectivity it has to offer. The compact crossover SUV will have a smartphone-compatible infotainment system that works with both the Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ suites of applications. Additionally, the 2020 C-HR can also expand the reach of its owner’s Amazon Alexa digital home assistant. In the interest of fairness, the 2020 Nissan Kicks is also available with the same access to smartphone applications, but only on its top two trim grades and Alexa isn’t compatible with the Nissan infotainment system. Toyota has also made its 4G LTE Wi-Fi mobile hotspot available across the entire 2020 C-HR lineup. As many as five passengers can comfortably fit inside the 2020 Toyota C-HR as well as inside the 2020 Kicks.
Serra Toyota customers will see a single powertrain equipped under the hood of every 2020 Toyota C-HR at the dealership’s showroom. The naturally-aspirated 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine used by the 2020 C-HR will be attached to a continuously variable transmission. It will make 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. Drivers of the compact Toyota crossover SUV can expect the vehicle to be able to achieve 27 miles per gallon in the city and 31 miles per gallon on the highway. On the other hand, the 2020 Nissan Kicks uses a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine mated to a CVT of its own. It will make significantly less performance, topping out at 122 horsepower.