The Toyota C-HR (full name “Coupe High Rider”) is an SUV with attractive design and price produced starting from 2016, and which to date has enjoyed great commercial success. Many details make this car projected towards the future, from design to respect for the environment. The design is in fact very futuristic, even more than that of the bigger sister RAV4. For me, the lines are exaggerated, but it remains a subjective matter. The interiors also take on very particular shapes that many may consider unpleasant, while the perceived quality is average. From the inside, visibility is poor, and the rear seats are not particularly spacious. Engines can be petrol or hybrid, from 116 to 184 horsepower. This latest version, which you can see in the picture and is the protagonist of the table below, is only available in the restyled version of the end of 2019 and is inherited from the Corolla E210. The other engines and many other parts are also shared with those of other cars of the same brand, such as the Yaris and Prius. The price is very affordable, but the mini SUV market offers many alternatives, such as the Nissan Juke and the slightly more expensive Volkswagen T-Roc and Audi Q2.
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🏎 Toyota CH-R facelift 2019
📍 Japan
🛠 1.8 Hybrid CVT 142NM 122HP
💨 11 seconds
🔝 170km/h
💶 23.800€ in Europe
💵 21.500$ in the United States
Our vote: ⭐⭐⭐⚡ (3,5/5)