There are many choices for the very popular compact SUV segment, but a standout model is the 2020 Nissan Kicks. The 2020 Kicks impresses on many levels, with its sporty styling, fun-to-drive nature, a comfortable and functional interior, advanced technologies, and a plethora of premium amenities. One of the compact SUV competitors of the Nissan Kicks is the Toyota C-HR. See how the two models stack up in this 2020 Nissan Kicks vs 2020 Toyota C-HR comparison.
2020 Nissan Kicks
2020 Toyota C-HR
|Standard||Speed-Sensitive Variable-Assist Power Steering||No|
|31 city/36 hwy mpg||EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy||27 city/31 hwy mpg|
|93.9 cu-ft||Total Passenger Volume||86.0 cu-ft|
|53.1 cu-ft||Maximum Cargo Capacity||37.0 cu-ft|
With its peppy engine and smooth-riding suspension, the Nissan Kicks is very fun-to-drive. The Kicks also comes equipped with a speed-sensitive variable-assist power steering system, which provides confident and precise steering, especially when driving at highway speeds and when going around corners. The Toyota C-HR doesn’t offer a speed-sensitive variable power-assist steering system. With its high-level efficiency, trips the gas station are few and far in between for the Kicks. It gets an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 31 city/36 hwy mpg, compared to only 27 city/31 hwy mpg for the C-HR.
The Nissan Kicks is the roomier of the two SUVs. It has a total passenger volume of 93.9 cu-ft and a maximum cargo capacity of 53.1 cu-ft. The C-HR has a total passenger volume of only 86.0 cu-ft and a maximum cargo capacity of just 37.0 cu-ft.
You can count on a very safe ride with the Nissan Kicks, especially with its advanced safety technologies. For assistance with backing up, the Kicks comes standard with a Rear Automatic Braking System. For a good view of obstacles around the vehicle, the Kicks offers an available Around View Monitor. The C-HR doesn’t offer either of these features.
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