2018 Toyota C-HR vs 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
In an era of SUVs, many drivers are looking for a vehicle that is sporty and offers some utility, but also comes with optimal efficiency. To meet these demands, a new vehicle breed was born: the subcompact crossover. These vehicles have only been around for a few years and since its introduction to our customers in 2017, the Toyota C-HR has become a top-seller here at Headquarter Toyota. Drivers love the sculpted and faceted aesthetics of the 2018 Toyota C-HR, along with its sporty driving dynamics. However, there will soon be a new vehicle available for sale that will want a piece of the subcompact crossover market: the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. Let us present a comparison to show what makes the 2018 Toyota C-HR the better buy.
|2018 Toyota C-HR||VS||2017 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross|
|2.0L 4-cylinder DOHC||Engine||
1.5L turbo 4-cylinder
|144 horsepower / 139 lb.-ft. torque||Engine Output||152 horsepower / 184 lb.-ft. torque|
|Front-wheel drive||Drivetrain||Super All-Wheel Control|
Why Should I Buy the 2018 Toyota C-HR Rather Than the 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross?
When you buy a vehicle from the Toyota brand, you know that you are investing in top-notch quality and long-lasting dependability. With the 2018 Toyota C-HR, you can expect to enjoy the subcompact vehicle and all of its amenities for many years. And when it comes to regular maintenance and parts replacements, you can easily find authentic Toyota parts at an affordable price – especially when you have your vehicle serviced with us here at Headquarter Toyota!
The same thing typically can't be said about Mitsubishi and its upcoming Eclipse Cross model (available in March 2018). Mitsubishi has long been known among drivers as a "cheap" brand – and not in a good way. Additionally, Mitsubishi parts are hard to come by and can cost an arm and a leg.
If you have any questions about our 2018 Toyota C-HR vs 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross comparison, please visit us here at Headquarter Toyota.