The C-HR is a bold-looking subcompact crossover from Toyota which is not really for enthusiastic drivers but is designed to deliver adequate fuel economy and a cozy ride. The C-HR is a new member of the Toyota family which made its debut in the year 2018 in the U.S market. Many rivals seem old-school in front of its bold design and coupe-like structure. However, its four-cylinder engine is underpowered and reluctant to accelerate, but its 37-mpg highway fuel economy rating is a reward for your diligence. It is offered in four interesting trim levels namely ‘LE’, ‘XLE’, ‘Limited’, and the recently added ‘Nightshade’ trim which can be differentiated with the A-pillars and roof covered in piano black inlays. All the trims feature 8-inch touchscreen infotainment and a full suite of driver-assistance features as standard.
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