referring to Miles Branman/Digital Trends Toyota USAToyota USA Miles Branman/Digital TrendsSuch is the tumultuous market into which the 2018 Toyota C-HR enters.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is nothing if not audacious.
More: Toyota tries to shed its boring image with the 2018 C-HR subcompact crossoverEqually surprising is the C-HR’s steering.
Families will be pleased to hear that Toyota’s robust suite of safety technologies (Toyota Safety Sense) comes standard on the C-HR.
At $22,500, the XLE comes with a number of standard styling features that will resonate with a particular buyer.
First Drive: 2018 Toyota C-HR
That’s what I aimed to find out on the roads around Austin, TX with the 2018 Toyota C-HR.
The C-HR moniker stands for “Coupe-High Rider,” none of which can be used to accurately describe the 2018 C-HR.
In case you were wondering, “C-HR” stands for “Coupe-High Rider,” neither of which could truly be used to describe the little Toyota.
(Brian Leon)The C-HR is the second model to use Toyota’s New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, following only the fourth-generation Prius.
Still, the brand desperately needs an entry to the subcompact crossover class, and for now, the C-HR is it.
2018 Toyota C-HR SUV Targets a Younger Audience
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