2020 Jeep Compass vs 2020 Toyota C-HR

As crossovers continue to gain popularity among automotive consumers, one aspect of Jeep models that continue to keep them ahead of the competition is their impressive lineup of off-road capabilities and features. From snow and rain-ready features to legendary ground clearance to unbeatable maneuverability, the Jeep Compass continues to outshine its competitors.  

For the 2020 model year the Jeep Compass is offered in seven different trim grades – Sport, Latitude, Upland, Altitude, Limited, Trailhawk® and High Altitude – with a starting price of $22,105. But just how well does the Compass stand up against other members of the crossover segment? Keep reading this 2020 Jeep Compass vs 2020 Toyota C-HR comparison to find out or click the link below to view our lineup of in-stock models. 


2020 Jeep Compass

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2020 Toyota C-HR

2.4-liter Tigershark engine

Base Engine 2.0-Liter 4-Cylinder DOHC 16-Valve with Valvematic

180 horsepower | 175 pound-feet of torque

Power Specs 144 horsepower | 139 pound-feet of torque
27.2 cubic feet/59.8 cubic feet Cargo Capacity (Rear Seats Up/Down) 19.1 cubic feet/37 cubic feet
12 options Monotone Exterior Color Options 6 options

Refined and Rugged 2020 Compass Outweighs 2020 C-HR 

When looking on paper, the only thing that keeps the 2020 Jeep Compass from completely wiping out its 2020 Toyota C-HR competition it each of the vehicle’s starting price points. The 2020 Compass comes in at a starting $22,105 as stated above and the C-HR rings in at a starting $21,295. This price difference of $810, though, will be the last thing on your mind when you look at how the Compass compares to the C-HR. 

The 2020 Compass was made for trails and tough terrain and with the help of the 2.4-liter Tigershark engine beneath its hood this Jeep pumps out 180 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque. The competing 2020 C-HR manages just 144 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque with its 2.0-liter 4-cylinder DOHC 16-valve engine with Valvematic.  

Inside this Jeep model drivers have more space for their everyday needs. When all five seats are in place they can make use of 27.2 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats. If space for passengers isn’t needed, drivers can fold down the rear seatback to open up the cabin to a spacious 59.8 cubic feet of cargo room. The 2020 C-HR offers just 19.1 cubic feet of standard cargo space that can expand to a maximum of 37 cubic feet.  

If you are looking for more information on the 2020 Jeep Compass or how it compares to other members of the competition, contact a member of our team today.