4.6 out of 5
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27 city, 31 highway, 29 combined
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F 43.5"/R 31.7"
F 38.1"/R 38.3"
If you're searching for a subcompact SUV for around-town driving or commuting, the 2018 Toyota C-HR is a fine choice. This model offers one powertrain option: a 144-hp 2.0L four-cylinder with front-wheel drive and a continuously variable automatic transmission. With this setup, you'll enjoy sensible fuel economy with an EPA-estimated 27 mpg city and 31 mpg highway.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR features a small footprint and tight turning radius, making it well-suited for city driving in bustling urban environments. You'll have no trouble sliding into tight parking spots or making multi-point turns in this easy-to-maneuver subcompact SUV. The 2018 C-HR pairs this agility with enjoyable handling that knows how to have fun on twisty roads. The steering is also light and communicative for a satisfying ride.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR offers two trim levels—both of which come well-appointed with standard features. The base XLE features stylish 18-inch wheels and a rear spoiler, while automatic high beams and LED daytime running lights provide good visibility. The attractive cabin also features a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a seven-inch touchscreen display, dual-zone automatic climate control, and more. The XLE Premium includes extra comfort and convenience, such as heated front seats with two-way power lumbar for the driver, fog lights, keyless entry and ignition, and power-folding mirrors on the exterior.
The five-passenger 2018 Toyota C-HR is impressively roomy for a subcompact SUV. The front row provides 43.5 inches of legroom and 38.1 inches of headroom for taller occupants, while the adult-friendly back seat includes 31.7 inches and 38.3 inches of respective leg and headroom. The supportive seats are comfortable for long drives, and there is 19 cu-ft of cargo space for luggage on your next getaway. The 2018 C-HR also comes standard with 60/40 split rear seats, expanding cargo capacity to 36.4 cubes by folding the rear seats.
You'll enjoy extra peace of mind when you get behind the wheel of the 2018 Toyota C-HR. This subcompact SUV is packed with driver aids without having to climb trim levels or add pricey packages. All models include a rearview camera for enhanced visibility and forward collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking. Lane departure warning and lane keep assist help you stay on your projected path, while adaptive cruise control maintains the C-HR's following distance and speed. If you opt for the XLE Premium, you'll also gain blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, which is helpful on the highway and in busy parking lots.
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