2018 Kia Soul vs 2018 Toyota C-HR
Crossovers are enticing, but what if you want something that drives more like a car and still has the cargo room and the ease of access of a crossover? Then you need a compact crossover, but there are almost as many compact crossover options as there are crossover options, and new models show up to the party every year. To see which one is right for you why not compare one of the segments veterans against a newcomer with our 2018 Kia Soul vs 2018 Toyota C-HR comparison? We’ll show you which one is a better value.
If you want to check out a Kia Soul inventory near you in Muncie, then click the link below to see what Kia of Muncie has in store for you. Otherwise, keep reading and find out how the Kia Soul comes out on top.
2018 Kia Soul
2018 Toyota C-HR
|Standard||Satellite Radio||Not Available|
|101.0 Cubic-Feet||Passenger Volume||83.8 Cubic-Feet|
Is the 2018 Kia Soul better than the 2018 Toyota C-HR?
When you are looking for a compact car, you want something that is affordable. As you would expect, the Kia Soul provides, but impressively it delivers with over $6,000 of savings. On top of that, the Kia Soul comes with a 10-year or 100,000-mile powertrain warranty, which far surpasses the C-HR with its 5-year or 36,000-mile powertrain warranty.
When it comes to features and usability, the Soul wins again. Even though it is far cheaper, it comes with satellite radio and countless other useful features standard. The C-HR doesn’t offer satellite radio even though it’s a brand new vehicle.
If you want to stretch out, then once again the Soul will give you what you need. With almost 20 additional cubic-feet of passenger room, you will notice the difference whether you are driving or riding in the back. The Soul proves that you can have a compact and have the room you need at the same time.
Not everyone who seeks out a compact car is looking for power and performance, but with the Soul, it’s nice to know that you have options. Not only does the Soul have over 50 additional horsepower at the top end, but it also has 195 pound-feet of torque compared to 139 pound-feet of torque for the C-HR.
At Kia of Muncie, we have a lot of Soul options and we can help you find the right trim level today. Come out to see us in Muncie or browse our inventory right now to see all that we have to offer.