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2018 Toyota C-HR Review • 18 July 2018

The Toyota C-HR is pretty much as basic as pint-sized crossovers get. It checks all the rudimentary boxes for solid, basic, daily transport. That is, unless you need all-wheel drive or you just happen to know where you’re going, all of the time. The C-HR only comes with front-wheel drive and there’s oddly no option for embedded sat-nav. It’s not too expensive or difficult to get a portable GPS. But it’s hard to imagine a new vehicle without some sort of option these days, particularly even when the C-HR’s four-door sibling, the Corolla, has the choice of integrated navigation. What also doesn’t help the C-HR is that almost all of its competitors also offer the option for all-wheel drive and integrated satellite navigation. Alternatives like the HR-V and the CX-3 also offer sportier drives, while the Kia Niro and Hyundai Kona both offer considerably more space. So, it’s a tough and competitive space for the C-HR and even tougher without those two major options. If you’re one of the few individuals who live in places where the weather is always nice, like central Florida or southern California, the C-HR is plenty of good car for most who don’t need to get anywhere in a hurry, don’t need all-wheel drive, or just happen to never get lost.

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback vs. 2019 Toyota C-HR • 17 July 2018

With the standard six-speed manual, the 2019 Corolla hit 60 mph in 7.5 seconds, and the CVT-equipped model did the task in 8.5 seconds. The manual car finished the quarter mile in 16.0 seconds at 87.0 mph, but the CVT-equipped model wasn't far behind at 16.5 seconds at 85.4 mph. As for the Toyota C-HR, the funky little crossover gets a new base LE trim and a new range-topping Limited grade for 2019. With the crossover's lower fuel economy ratings, less engaging driving dynamics, and a cabin that feels less premium than the Corolla's, the C-HR's comparative value proposition drops unless you admire its unmistakable styling and slightly higher seating position.

Auto Express • 16 June 2018

Final report: Switch to hybrid Toyota C-HR pays big dividends with fuel economy

Toyota C-HR hybrid: En suv som trivs bäst i stan • 16 May 2018

Om du vill köra hybridbil från Toyota behöver du inte längre köpa en "tråkig" Prius. Nya C-HR är snygg, prisvärd och bjuder på en hel del smarta förarhjälpmedel. Ett bra val för dig som främst är ute efter en till utseendet tuff pendarbil med låg bränsleförbrukning.

Alphr • 25 April 2018

Great to look at and pleasant to drive, but interior tech needs a modern boost

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