The C-HR is yet to hit the roads, therefore there isn’t much information on what the car will be equipped with. C-HR stands for “Coupe-High Rider” although, it has four doors and has a low height for a crossover. The C-HR is bigger than the Nissan Juke and should therefore be spacious on the inside. It was recently unveiled in the Paris Auto Show and is expected to be launched in 2017. The Honda Vezel (Honda HR-V) was Launched in 2013. The C-HR is based on Toyota’s TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform while the HR-V is based on Honda’s Global Compact Series platform.
Here’s a brief Comparison of the Toyota C-HR and the Honda Vezel (Honda HR-V):