2019 Mazda CX-3 vs. 2019 Toyota C-HR
The Mazda CX-3 is the automaker’s smallest crossover SUV, but under no circumstances does that mean it’s lacking in capability. A comparison of the 2019 Mazda CX-3 vs. 2019 Toyota C-HR will show that while there are a lot of compact crossover SUVs on the market, not all of them are as capable as what is demonstrated by the two-row Mazda vehicle. For the current model year, the manufacturer has provided a few updates to the styling choices for the 2019 Mazda CX-3 as well as introduced its suite of active safety systems to all trim grades of the Mazda platform. The 2019 Mazda CX-3 is available at the Bert Ogden Mazda in Edinberg showroom right now. Potential customers can schedule a test drive today by calling, 833-296-6802.
On the most basic level, the 2019 Mazda CX-3 and 2019 Toyota C-HR share a few similarities. Both compact crossover SUV platforms have two rows of seats that can accommodate up to five passengers. Beyond that, the Mazda vehicle starts to pull away from its Toyota competitor. Depending on how far back the driver and front passenger set their seats, those in the rear row can have up to 35 inches of legroom with which to stretch out. The C-HR can only offer up to 31.7 inches. This interior space advantage also carries over to cargo volume. When the interior of the 2019 Mazda CX-3 is properly configured, there can up be up to 44.5 cubic-feet to work with. The 2019 C-HR tops out at 36.4 cubic-feet.
2019 Mazda CX-3
2019 Toyota C-HR
|2.0-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||2.0-L, 4-Cyl.|
|44.5 cu.-ft.||Max. Cargo Volume||36.4 cu.-ft.|
Another commonality between the Mazda and Toyota crossover SUVs is that each vehicle is available with a single powertrain option. The 2019 Mazda CX-3 is powered by the SKYACTIV®-G 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine that is attached to the SKYACTIV®-Drive six-speed automatic transmission. It will produce 148 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque. The 2019 Toyota C-HR employs a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine of its own that is mated to a continuously variable transmission making 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. Additionally, of the two crossover SUVs, only the 2019 Mazda CX-3 makes all-wheel-drive available. Owners of the 2019 Mazda CX-3 can also record stronger fuel-economy scores than its Toyota C-HR competitor, regardless of which drivetrain they choose to equip on their vehicle.