If you’re looking for information on a newer Toyota C-HR, we’ve published an updated review: 2019 Toyota C-HR Review
If you’ve seen the 2018 Toyota C-HR, you’ll probably agree that this is a vehicle you won’t mistake for anything else. It’s a fresh new face to the subcompact crossover market. Check out these five reasons this stylish crossover has mass appeal.
There’s no denying the C-HR’s unique and edgy design. It starts up front with standard LED daytime running lights. Then it moves on to a rising window line and bold sharp lines from all angles. The C-HR even has a cool aerodynamic rear spoiler and standard vortex-styled 18-inch alloy wheels.
As far as safety is concerned, there’s a lot to list. But we can start with the standard smart adaptive cruise control which uses an intelligent camera in combination with forward-sensing radar technology. You also get a standard pre-collision system with pedestrian detection and standard lane-departure alert that will help steer if you don’t react quickly enough. See the 2018 Toyota C-HR models for sale near you
Some standard features on the C-HR include a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a rearview camera that displays on the rearview mirror and dual-zone climate control. When you move up to the Premium trim level, you heat the front bucket seats. There are available auto-folding outside mirrors that can be equipped with an available puddle light feature that displays an illuminated "C-HR" logo on the ground beneath the door.
So the standard 7-in high resolution screen is ample size for this vehicle. Sitting inside the gauge cluster is a 4.2 multi-information color display screen. If you look closely inside, you’ll see the CH-R has a diamond-inspired theme, which is on the panels and other subtle places. Overall high marks for the C-HR’s interior.
The C-HR’s sole engine isn’t super fast, rated at a decent 144 horsepower. However, through turns and corners, the CH-R delivers a fun driving experience, especially in sport mode. The CVT 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder Dynamic Force engine also returns around 31 miles per gallon on the highway.
Looking to stand out from the crowd? Then you’ll definitely want to consider the 2018 Toyota C-HR. Take one for a spin and see if it has the right fit for you.
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