We’ve seen how they look outside, and it is fair to say that the upcoming Toyota C-HR as well as the current Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V look quite appealing in their own distinct ways.
But if you’re looking to own any one of them, you would be spending much more time inside.
With the interior of the C-HR finally revealed, it is worth seeing how the three subcompact crossovers compare to each other.
The cabin of the C-HR pretty much complements its mean coupe exterior demeanor, characterized by a tastefully disproportionate dash layout covered in Nappa grain leather, complemented by piano black tone and accented by satin silver trim for the rest of the interior’s shade.
At the center of the dash is an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen, and that is the loudest element in the cabin while the center console and switchgear take on much simpler designs.
In comparison, the Honda HR-V has a more symmetrical and conventional cabin layout while the Mazda CX-3 doesn’t take any half measures in gunning for a thrilling, sporty appeal.
Between both the CX-3 surely looks the more exciting but it has to be noted that the HR-V is far superior in passenger and cargo space. For longer rides, the CX-3 would leave rear seat passengers pretty sore.
Based on their dashboard designs alone, which of the three subcompact crossovers do you think is the most attractive?