Toyota C-HR vs Kia Soul
Compare The 2018 Toyota C-HR To The 2018 Kia Soul
Unrivaled Safety Standards
As an NHTSA 5-Star Safety Rated small SUV, the 2018 Toyota C-HR comes armed with a plethora of state-of-the-art safety features.
Unlike the new Kia Soul, the new Toyota C-HR equips drivers with standard driver assist technology with its Toyota Safety Sense™ P suite. The revolutionary system includes:
- Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
- Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
- Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
- Automatic High Beams
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Aggressive, Yet Efficient
There’s no reason you can’t enjoy your commute. If you’re driving the new Toyota C-HR, you’ll love every minute of it.
A standard 2.0L inline 4-cylinder Dynamic Force engine, plus a sports-tuned suspension provides the 2018 Toyota C-HR with a potent kick and lively agility, all while achieving an impressive EPA-Estimated 31 HWY MPG. The standard Kia Soul offers reduced horsepower, limited capability and a whole lot less exhilaration.
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Let Your Originality Shine
The 2018 Toyota C-HR offers a smooth, modern look that’s sure to turn a few heads. The new 2018 Kia Soul features a dated design that turned heads nearly 10 years ago.
An original appearance goes a long way and the aggressive body style of the new Toyota C-HR is unlike anything else on the road. Smooth curves, a ground-hugging frame and a fearless front grille highlight this small SUV’s audacious attitude.
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A Modern-Day Interior
The new Toyota C-HR provides a cabin fit for today’s drivers, from modern technology to versatile seating and storage.
2018 Toyota C-HR drivers enjoy a standard 7-inch touchscreen display, along with Bluetooth® wireless technology, HD Radio™ technology and Aha Radio™ capability. Meanwhile, 60/40 split rear seats offer spacious seating for 5 and various storage options.
The new Toyota C-HR also provides sport fabric-trimmed seats, a leather-trimmed shift lever and stylish trims that would appeal to any present-day human. Meanwhile, the 2018 Kia Soul seems to attract hamsters.
Cruise through Columbus, GA, LaGrange, GA and Auburn-Opelika, AL in an SUV fit for modern drivers. Visit Rivertown Toyota and test-drive the 2018 Toyota C-HR.