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    2020 C-HR vs 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

    Show the world who you really are.

    Take center stage with C-HR’s uniquely expressive, precision-cut lines, and shine from every angle. Agile handling helps this crossover show off its athletic side, while the driver-focused cockpit keeps you in command. Best of all, since the Toyota Safety SenseTM P (TSS-P) suite of active safety technologies comes standard, you’ll get a valuable package of cutting-edge safety and cool tech. It’s bold and smart, just like you.

    See how the 2020 Toyota C-HR Limited compares against the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SEL. If additional savings is important to you, you will be excited to hear that the C-HR Limited has a fuel economy of 27 mpg city and 31 mpg highway, while the Eclipse Cross SEL has a fuel economy of 25 mpg city and 28 mpg highway. If features are important to you, you will be happy to know that the C-HR Limited comes standard with one-touch power windows for driver, passenger and rear, while the Eclipse Cross SEL does not come standard with one-touch power windows for passenger and rear.

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    Compare C-HR

    Toyota C-HR
    Limited

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    The features below are listed for comparison purposes only. For more details, see this Toyota vehicle's "Full Specs" on Toyota.com.

    Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
    SEL 2WD

    The features below are listed for comparison purposes only. For more details, see this Toyota vehicle's "Full Specs" on Toyota.com.

    MSRP & MPG
    $26,350 msrp29 combined mpgMSRP & MPG$27,145 msrp26 combined mpg
    Fuel Economy - City (MPG)
    27Fuel Economy - City (MPG)25
    Fuel Economy - Highway (MPG)
    31Fuel Economy - Highway (MPG)28
    Adaptive cruise control
    YesAdaptive cruise controlNo, Optional Yes
    One-touch power windows (driver / passenger / rear)
    Standard / Standard / StandardOne-touch power windows (driver / passenger / rear)Standard / Not Available / Not Available
    Curb weight (lbs)
    3300Curb weight (lbs)3373
    Cargo area cover
    StandardCargo area coverOptional
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