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Reviews C-HR is a Small Car with Lots of Style

21:54  10 november  2017
21:54  10 november  2017 Source:   wheels.ca

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The C - HR is a good option for families or people who don’t want a hatchback but are looking for a similar vehicle with a bit of style . What’s Best: The Toyota C - HR is a stylistic small CUV that features a comfortable ride.

The Toyota C - HR fills the gap left by the RAV4, which became a lot larger with its latest update. The C - HR is a much bolder car in terms of styling than the RAV4 was and it follows a trend of Toyota experimenting more Small cars are most likely to be vandalised and these vehicles are most at risk.

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It’s hard to pin down just what the Toyota C-HR is trying to be.

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Is it a hatchback on steroids?

A shrunken SUV?

Depending on your view, it could be either but there is no mistaking the C-HR is a car that stands out in a crowd.

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It looks like it would be right at home in a Transformers movie, switching from small CUV to a small robot.

The C-HR stands for compact high rider and I did like the fact during my week in the car that the C-HR is higher off the ground than most sedans and hatchbacks.

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Exterior Styling . Interior Design. Value for the Money. Reliability. Purchased a new car . by nikki from Randolph, MA on June 14, 2017. I love my 2018 C - HR . Very classy and full of style . It's perfect for her, not a lot of back seat room if someone in the front has long legs.

If you don’t need a lot of room, are happy to own a vehicle where you can park in even the smallest slots, and you like tight driving qualities, the 2018 Toyota C - HR should be tops on your shopping list.

That extra height was good for visibility while driving on the highway and making it easier to get in and out of the car.

The Toyota C-HR features a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder engine which produces 144 hp and 139 lb/ft of torque that sends power to the front wheels by way of a continuously variable transmission.

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That won’t win you any races at Mosport but it was more than adequate for highway driving and passing slower vehicles on Highway 7 during a drive to Port Perry.

The C-HR features three driving modes, eco, normal and sport. Unfortunately, switching the drive mode can take a few steps and might require you to take your eyes of the road.

You have to push a few buttons on the steering wheel and take a look at the screen on the dashboard to choose your driving mode. Toyota should think about changing that in the next evolution of the C-HR.

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Those sneaky rear doors help to make the car look smaller than it really is and they give it a coupe style appearance with attitude. Lets hope so because Toyota has thrown everything at the C - HR ! They have packed a lot of technology into this car yet most of the technology seems to be focused on

The drive in the C-HR is comfortable and all the controls are within easy reach. The seven-inch screen is a breeze to use and syncing my phone was simple but unfortunately it doesn’t come with Apple Car Play or Android Auto connect so you can forget about using your maps on your phone.

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While the C-HR is classified as a small CUV it does have ample room inside for four adults.

During the week I drove my wife and neighbours to a Halloween fundraising dance for a breast cancer survivor dragon boat team, and there wasn’t any complaints about lack of legroom in the back seat.

But, there were a few complaints about the location of the handles for the rear door which is located at the top of the door. It would be difficult to open the door if you were carrying a heavy package.

The C-HR also has a nice feature when you get into the car at night. Unlock the doors and a logo with the C-HR name is projected onto the ground from the sideview mirrors.

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The interior is smartly designed and surprisingly capacious front and rear, with lots of diamond shapes in unlikely places (including the headliner) to emphasize the extroverted style . While the 2018 Toyota C - HR looks like a small car , it’s not so petite inside.

C - HR stands for Coupe High-Rider (it’s also been called Compact High Rider), and the style of the C - HR really Small crossovers (like sedans) are commodities, and they're all about checking boxes for commuters and growing families. So for now, even if you like a lot of this car , it might be best to wait.

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And speaking of mirrors the back-up camera in the C-HR is located on the left side of the rearview mirror. Put the car in reverse and the image from the camera appears in the mirror. It is much smaller than if it was on the infotainment screen making it harder to see what might be behind you.

It was also tough to see when the sun was shining on the mirror. Like the drive mode, hopefully Toyota changes this in the next version of the car and puts the camera view on the seven-inch screen.

The C-HR is a solid car and my driveway showed me just how well the car is built.

My driveway has a slight slope and when I open the driver’s door of a new car when I park in it, inevitably the door will start to close on me as I get out of the car.

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That didn’t happen with the C-HR. No matter far I opened the door on the driveway, it stayed right where I left it.

The C-HR comes in XLE and XLE Premium versions. The XLE has a nice list of standard features including 17-inch wheels; electric parking brake (a feature I really liked); hill-start assist control and Toyota’s safety sense package. That includes automatic high beans; dynamic radar cruise control; lane departure alert and pre-collision and pedestrian detection.

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What's hotter right now than a crossover? Cute ones with small price tags. The all new Toyota C - HR crossover has everything you need: style , safety & fun. Drivers who need a small car with lots of flexibility.

Lots of controls on the panel and guiding wheel are also in a diamond shape. 2018 Toyota C - HR Engine. Lower your expectations. In spite of all its styling flash, the C - HR fizzles on the roadway.

My tester for the week added the premium package which features 18-inch aluminum allow wheels; push button start and blind-spot monitors.

The C-HR is a good option for families or people who don’t want a hatchback but are looking for a similar vehicle with a bit of style.

The C-HR offers that but with a few tweaks it could be a whole lot better.

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2018 Toyota C-HR

BODY STYLE: Five-passenger small CUV.

DRIVE METHOD: Front-wheel-drive, CVT transmission with sequential shift mode

ENGINE: 2.0-litre, inline four-cylinder.

FUEL ECONOMY: 8.7/7.5L/100km (city/hwy)

CARGO: 538 litres

PRICE: Base $24,690. Premium as tested $26,290.

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