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Toyota C-HR

Price $23,950 – $29,150
Fuel consumption 7.5 – 8.7 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 65%(view ratings)
The Toyota C-HR incorporates the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 system as standard equipment for the 2021 model year. This includes many active safety and driver assistance features such as forward collision avoidance with pedestrian detection and lane keeping assist. What’s more, a new Nightshade Edition has been added to the lineup, not to mention additional body colours. As for power, this small crossover uses a four-cylinder engine rated at 144 horsepower.

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Test Drives2018 Toyota C-HR: A Quirky Vehicle from a Conventional Brand
Toyota could’ve taken the easy route by launching a subcompact SUV that would’ve blended right in with the rest of the crowd. However, the brand decided to step away from conventionalism—which it very rarely does—in order to please a younger audience. A normal subcompact SUV with available all-wheel drive will …
Test Drives2018 Toyota C-HR: a Newcomer in the Subcompact Crossover Game
The last couple of years have seen a surge in automakers jumping into the subcompact crossover market with offerings such as the Mazda CX-3, the Honda HR-V, the Nissan Qashqai and, now, the Toyota C-HR. C-HR stands for Compact High Rider and the vehicle is built using Toyota’s New Global …
First Drives2018 Toyota C-HR: Toyota's Sexy Diamond
Sexy Diamond. That’s what Toyota calls the 2018 C-HR. It’s the newest kid on the block in the white-hot subcompact SUV segment and it’s hitting Canadian dealerships on May 2nd of this year. With the C-HR, Toyota is making a bold statement. The latest Corolla and Camry moved the needle …
Spotlight on2018 Toyota C-HR: We’re Driving it This Week
The 2018 Toyota C-HR ( Compact High-Rider ) is one of the most anticipated vehicles coming this year and we’ll be driving it in Montreal later this week. The C-HR was to be part of Scion’s lineup in North America but, when the Scion brand was folded, it quickly became …

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News2021 Toyota C-HR Adds Nightshade Edition, Still No AWD
If you’re hoping for a Toyota C-HR with all-wheel drive, sorry, the Japanese automaker still has no plans for that. However, the 2021 model brings something more to the table in order to please those wishing for some extra flair. Similar to many other Toyota models, the C-HR adds a …
News2020 Toyota C-HR Gets a Second Update in as Many Years
The Toyota C-HR sub-compact crossover benefits from a cosmetic update and a few new features for 2020. Clearly, the automaker wants to make sure the C-HR stays in tune with the ever-changing needs of the young customers it primarily targets. A first update was made for 2019 , barely one …
News2019 Toyota C-HR Offers More Features and New Base Trim
For its second year on the Canadian market, the funky subcompact crossover gets a new LE trim that will be priced at a more affordable level, and will offer new features as well. The 2019 Toyota C-HR LE receives an Entune 3.0 infotainment system with Apple CarPlay integration (sorry, Android …
Geneva2017 World Car Awards: Top Three Finalists Revealed
At the Geneva Auto Show last week, the top three finalists in each of six distinct World Car Awards categories were announced. In terms of media reach, the World Car Awards have been ranked as the number one automotive awards program in the world, and its jury consists of 75 …
News2017 World Car Awards: Finalists Announced
For the fourth year in a row, in terms of media reach, the World Car Awards have been ranked as the number one automotive awards program in world. Its jury of 75 automotive journalists spread across the planet, including two from Canada, have chosen the finalists in six different categories.
Los Angeles2018 Toyota C-HR: for Attracting Young Professionals
Scion is dead, and Toyota is humbly accepting the disappearance of its brand that was created to bring a younger crowd back to Toyota. Scion was established at a time when Toyota had a bad reputation with young buyers, as it was considered a brand that sold boring cars. The …
News2017 Toyota C-HR: a Glimpse of the Cockpit
Some time ago, we presented images of Toyota’s new urban SUV, the C-HR. The automaker initially planned to bring it to the U.S. and Canadian markets under the Scion banner, but after announcing the termination of the brand, the little utility vehicle will wear a Toyota badge. Like in the …
GenevaToyota's C-HR Unveiled in Production Guise
We had been waiting for this one for a while, and here it finally is: the production version of the Toyota C-HR, the brand's first foray into thie subcompact SUV. Styling hasn't really changed compared to the concept version: the crossover still has large fenders, a raised rear end and …

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REVIEW: 2018 Toyota C-HR
Graeme says the name suggests Honda but the C-HR is all Toyota, and if you were a fan of the now defunct Scion the C-HR may be worth a look. For more stories about the C-HR, hit the link - https://www.guideautoweb.com/en/makes/toyota/c-hr/2018/ (The segment originally aired on Motoring TV 2017 Episode …