The hybrid version of Toyota’s distinctive compact SUV is a blend of practical perks and frustrating quirks that could make it untenable for some, but perfect for others.
The Toyota C-HR, the Japanese brand's funky and style-driven take on the small-SUV segment, has received a midlife update. But how does that translate to the entry-level model?
A fresh face and a new hybrid option signal update time for Toyota’s outrageously styled small SUV.
If you don’t need family-style practicality and don’t mind shifting gears yourself, the manual version of Toyota’s stylish C-HR is a fun and affordable compact SUV.
Could this stylish small SUV be the best thing offered up by the Japanese brand? Read on to see how the 2017 Toyota C-HR Koba 2WD stacks up.
The C-HR is about as un-Toyota as you can get, but that's no bad thing. It's just as convincing, perhaps even more so, in base trim.
If you thought styling wasn't in Toyota's vocabulary, think again. The all-new Toyota C-HR aims to buck the Toyota design trend with wild angles and zero conservatism. Is it enough to win over the hip youth? Paul Maric takes a drive to find out.
Toyota has taken its time producing a proper rival to the Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3, but the new C-HR delivers the goods...