When it comes to the mini-SUV game, Toyota usually comes late, but now the company joined the competition with the new model. So, here we will discuss the comparison between Mazda CX-3 vs Honda HR-V vs Toyota C-HR with the pictures and general specs brought.
The Mazda CX-3 is one of the most popular cars in the segment due to its sharper pricing and sharp looks. It comes to the broadest range along with certain features such as diesel power, front or he all-wheel-drive. This makes the price range varies between $19,990-$40,000.
When it was tested for its front-drive auto petrol “sTouring” and added $1063 safety pack which included rear cross-traffic alert, automatic emergency braking and also a blind-spot warning, it resulted in a closer performance with other pairs tested.
The facility of Mazda CX-3 is the rear camera, built-in navigation, rear parking sensor, sensor key, a head-up display, digital speedo, faux leather seat trim, and cruise control.
However, there is one thing which discomforts the user. It is the non-convex side mirror that makes you hard to see what’s outside. Even though the cargo space and interior are smaller, but among the trio, the CX-3 is the lightest and smallest. But you cannot make the engine as the favorite because it is noisy.
After 1.5 years of its launch, the Honda HR-V has been cheaper which is for the middle spec among three variants is around $31,593. All variants have the petrol power, so goo to hear this.
Meanwhile, the CVT is an option for the fuel-efficient than the other rival, but it produces noisy sound as if the clutch is slipping. Other standard features included are six airbags, LED headlights, automatic emergency braking, blind zone camera, rear-view camera, sensor key, large touchscreen, cruise control, and aircon. The user can also opt for the parking sensor which can be installed through the dealer.
Compared to Mazda, the presentation and control are more upmarket. For the cabin, it is the roomiest among the trio and it is more comfortable over bumps compared to Mazda.
Toyota C-HR has been working on the high-riding hatchback since seven years ago, but they delayed the C-HR. From its 1.2-liter turbo engine, now it grows to be the bolt one resulting nice performance. The companies mix and match the old hardware though but the item is more grown-up. The company raised the standard by upgrading the standard equipment which causes it to cost close to $30,000.
The standard features on the car are radar cruise control, automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping technology, rear camera, blind zone warning, seven airbags, front and rear sensors, etc.
Compared to Mazda, Toyota has a roomier interior which is close to Honda. However, Toyota only added a 12V power socket with one USB port. However, the user will be happy to see the high-end appearance on the dashboard, and the material quality is very good. This makes the seat most comfortable among the trio. The audio touchscreen has the tuning and volume knobs and it has quite a performance when it comes to engine compared the Mazda and Honda.
However, the C-HR is not a race car and it is slow. Besides, its engine requires premium unleaded.
In conclusion, Mazda might have won the market but it has competition and updates. With the cut-price, Honda is the choice for roomier interior and cabin. Meanwhile, Toyota is the best on safety equipment.