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2018 Toyota C-HR (interior, exterior, and test drive) – Toyota C-HR 2018 2018 C-HR STANDARD EXTERIOR FEATURES XLE • Aerodynamic rear lower diffuser with back rear and lip spoiler; vortex generators; aerodynamic underbody panels; and front and rear wheel spats • Color-keyed sport front and rear bumpers, aerodynamic rear fins with rear spoiler • Projector-beam halogen headlights with auto-on/off feature • C-HR unique cluster LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL) with on/off feature • Color-keyed rear spoiler with center high-mount stop lamp and unique cantilevered design • C-HR vortex styled 18-in. sport alloy wheels with 225/50R18 95V tires • Color-keyed roof-mounted sharkfin antenna • Color-keyed outside door handles with hidden-type design rear door handles • Color-keyed power outside mirrors with turn signal indicators • Washer-linked Variable windshield wipers and washer-linked intermittent rear wiper • Rear window defogger • Black front lower grille insert • Acoustic noise-reducing front windshield XLE Premium (In addition to or in place of XLE standard features) • Integrated fog lights • Color-keyed outside front and passenger door handles with touch-sensor lock/unlock feature • Outside hatchback door handle with touch-sensor lock/unlock feature • Color-keyed power outside mirrors with turn signal and blind spot warning indicators, puddle lights with “Toyota C-HR” projection, and auto-folding feature STANDARD INTERIOR FEATURES XLE • Dual zone automatic climate control system with pollen filter filtration and individual temperature settings for driver and front passenger • 4.2-in. TFT Multi-Information Display with customizable settings, odometer, sport and eco modes, outside temperature, fuel economy and trip information, fuel economy history, current/average fuel economy, distance to empty, cruising range, average speed, trip distance with timer, TPMS, G-force monitor, driver's assist, lane departure alert, pre-collision system, warning messages, opening welcome animation during power-on, and trip summary when powering off • Auto-dimming rearview mirror with integrated backup camera display • Leather-trimmed tilt / telescopic steering wheel with audio, Multi-Information Display, Bluetooth® hands- free phone, voice-command, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), Lane Departure Alert (LDA), and trip controls • Leather-trimmed shift lever with satin plated shift knob • Sport Fabric-trimmed front bucket seats; 6-way adjustable driver’s seat with sport bolsters; 6-way adjustable front passenger seat with sport bolsters • Three-passenger rear seating with fabric-trimmed 60/40 split fold-flat second-row rear seat with adjustable headrests • Brake hold • Power windows with one-touch auto up/down in all positions • Cargo area cover • Remote keyless entry system with lock, unlock, and panic functions • Center armrest • Two front cup holders; two front and two rear bottle holders • Passenger-side glove compartment • Front door storage pockets • Dual sun visors with vanity mirrors XLE Premium (In addition to or in place of XLE standard features) • Sport Fabric-trimmed heated front bucket seats; 8-way adjustable driver's seat with sport bolsters and power lumbar support; 6-way adjustable front passenger seat with sport bolsters • Smart Key System on front doors with Push Button Start, remote keyless entry system with lock, unlock, panic functions and remote illuminated entry • Dual sun visors with illuminated vanity mirrors STANDARD AUDIO SYSTEM • 7-in. touch-screen display, AM/FM player, Aha Application with over 100,000 stations, six speakers, auxiliary audio jack, USB 2.0 port with iPod® connectivity and control, voice recognition with voice training, hands-free phone capability, phone book access and music streaming via Bluetooth wireless technology, HD Radio, and steering wheel controls FACTORY OPTIONS XLE and XLE Premium • R-Code color offering (color-keyed body with white roof and side mirrors) AVAILABLE EXTERIOR COLORS • Ruby Flare Pearl • Blizzard Pearl • Silver Knockout Metallic • Magnetic Gray Metallic • Black Sand Pearl • Blue Eclipse Metallic • Blue Eclipse Metallic R-Code • Ruby Flare Pearl R-Code • Radiant Green Mica R-Code BASIC LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE • 3-year/36,000-mile Comprehensive • 5-year/60,000-mile Powertrain • 5-year/unlimited-mileage Corrosion Perforation • ToyotaCare – Complimentary maintenance plan with the purchase or lease of every new Toyota. For 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first, every new Toyota will be covered for all normal factory scheduled service, as well as 24/7 roadside assistance
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Please watch: "5 driver's hack in 60 seconds" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJeqgtinui4 --~-- The 2018 Toyota CHR is brand new with features not found on other Toyota vehicles. Check out the Top 10 Things You Didn't Know about the Toyota C-HR. Click "show more" for notables. Toyota CHR crossover or Toyota CHR suv? I think this compact suv packs awesome value for to price. There are two choices with the Toyota C-HR XLE and C-HR XLE Premium. The premium adds blind spot monitor, rear cross traffic alert, sport wheels and auto power folding mirrors. Some notables that didn't make it on the Toyota CHR feature list are the: Electric Parking Brake. This is a first for Toyota. This feature will disengage the parking brake when "Drive" is selected. The Toyota CHR is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture body. This platform improves safety by deflecting energy around the occupants rather than through them. Driving performance is noticeably better with this platform. Try test driving a Prius pre and post 2016 to see what I am referring to. New Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT). The Toyota CHR transmission is more advanced with 7 virtual speeds. The experience is unlike any CVT to date. Hope you enjoyed this video. If so please give a thumbs up and leave some comments. If you would like to reach me Manny Da Silva directly please visit www.mannydrives.ca/contact Here is my Patreon page if you would like to support my work effort. https://www.patreon.com/mannydrives You can also see short videos and photos on www.instagram.com/mannydrives Thank you all for watching.
Local details for the revised 2018 Range Rover line-up have been revealed this week, ahead of an Australian launch early next year. The revised Range Rover lineup will be available in Vogue, Vogue SE, Autobiography, SVAutobiography and SVAutobiography Dynamic trims with the standard wheelbase, and SVAutobiography trim as a long-wheelbase model. The ‘entry-level’ Vogue will kick off from $190,000 (+$6,700) in TDV6 form, with 190kW of power from its 3.0-litre turbo-diesel engine. Jumping to the SDV8 boosts power to 250kW, while the price jumps to $211,000 (+$6089). If petrol is your thing, the 280kW V6 Supercharged variant kicks off at $200,200 (+$6989). Meanwhile, the all-new Si4 PHEV will start at $210,000. All engines are mated an eight-speed automatic transmission, and all barring the plug-in hybrid are equipped with Land Rover all-terrain progress control – essentially off-road cruise control. Only the SDV8 powertrain is available in Vogue SE trim, with a starting price of $229,600 (+$3389). Terrain Response, which allows owners to tailor the setup of the car for the off-road conditions, is standard, along with electronic air suspension, for off-roading ability that would make a BMW X5 weep. Vogue and Vogue SE cars are equipped with LED matrix headlights as standard on the outside. Inside, all RR models come with a heated multi-function steering wheel, push-button start and keyless go, along with the 12-inch driver display in place of traditional instruments. Navigation is standard as part of the Touch Control Duo centre console, which debuted on the smaller Velar and is also coming to the updated Range Rover Sport line-up. Autonomous-emergency braking (AEB), adaptive cruise control and parking sensors are fitted as standard across the range. Moving up to Autobiography trim bumps SDV8 pricing to $256,000 (+$11,889) and, if a more powerful petrol is what you’re after, offers the 386kW V8 Supercharged from $268,900 (+$11,889) in regular wheelbase spec. Long-wheelbase models will start at $266,000 (+$10,189) and $279,100 (+$10,189) respectively. Along with the gear from Vogue models, the Autobiography gets Pixel LED headlights capable of projecting light more than 500 metres ahead of the car, thanks to 144 individual LED units. Moving up to the SV Autobiography Dynamic (below), with its 416kW supercharged V8 engine and more ‘dynamic’ chassis, bumps the price to $341,000 (+$25,289). For that extra money, you get unique exterior touches in Graphite Atlas grey, bigger Brembo brakes with red calipers (naturally, on your two-tonne SUV) and unique wheels. Inside, there are perforated, quilted leather seats. The range is topped by the SV Autobiography SDV8 ($372,400) and V8 Supercharged ($398,900). The new Range Rover will be in Australia from March 2018. More detail about each model’s specification will be revealed in December, so stay tuned for a full breakdown. 2018 Range Rover pricing (all prices exclude on-road costs) Vogue TDV6 – $190,000 Vogue SDV8 – $211,000 Vogue Si4 PHEV – $210,000 Vogue V6 Supercharged – $200,200 Vogue SE SDV8 – $229,600 Autobiography SDV8 – $256,000 (LWB $266,000) Autobiography V8 Supercharged – $268,900 (LWB $279,100) SV Autobiography Dynamic V8 Supercharged – $341,400 SVAutobiography SDV8 – $372,400 SVAutobiography V8 Supercharged – $398,900
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The 2018 Toyota C-HR rides high, with astonishing looks that we like (you may differ); they're the selling point for a slow car that doesn't offer all-wheel drive despite a crossover label.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is a small hatchback that its maker calls a crossover, despite the lack of all-wheel drive. Originally intended for the now-defunct Scion brand, it’s a well-equipped and highly stylized five-door that rides higher than most other cars of its size. The C-HR comes in just two trim levels, XLE and XLE Premium, and its sole option is a white-painted roof offered with just three of its seven body colors.
The C-HR joins no fewer than three other small hatchbacks in Toyota showrooms: the aging subcompact Yaris, the fuel-efficient subcompact Prius C, and the larger compact Corolla iM. Its mission is to attract new buyers to the brand who want a car with an expressive design. The company hopes that younger buyers will like the kind of statement the C-HR makes about who they are.
That rating is only average for the cars Toyota expects it to compete against. Those include the similarly extroverted but aging and thirsty Nissan Juke (5.0), the capacious and fuel-efficient Honda HR-V (6.8), the fun-to-drive Mazda CX-3 (7.2), and perhaps also the cramped but off-road-capable Jeep Renegade (5.3). All four of those models offer optional AWD, but Toyota doesn’t. The C-HR has optional AWD in Europe and Japan already, making it possible to fit for North America later
The C-HR’s design is by far its most distinctive feature, with busy but interesting sheet metal that underscores the “Coupe, High-Riding” explanation of its model name. A rising window line, high stance, and expressive lines, swoops, and accents do actually come together to make an interesting and noticeable design that we grew fond of by the end of our test drive.
The interior is smartly designed and surprisingly capacious front and rear, with lots of diamond shapes in unlikely places (including the headliner) to emphasize the extroverted style.
A 144-horsepower inline-4 with a continuously variable transmission powering the front wheels is the sole powertrain offered in the C-HR. Despite an available Sport driving mode, it’s slow and not particularly fuel-efficient, at 29 mpg combined. The handling and roadholding is good, though, and definitely a step up on those of previous small Toyotas.
Front and rear occupants will find lots of head room, a benefit of the “high-riding” stance, and rear-seat riders in particular get cabin width, a comfortably upright seating position, and plenty of shoe room under front seats. The C-HR looks smaller than it is, to the benefit of its occupants. The all-black interior offers lots of storage bins, compartments, and cup holders. Load space is average to tight compared to other five-door hatchbacks and the crossovers Toyota is trying to compete with.
Ten airbags and a suite of active-safety features are standard on the C-HR, though it hasn’t yet been rated for crash safety by the IIHS or NHTSA. Visibility out the back isn’t very good, not surprising with a rising window line, a steeply raked rear window, and very thick roof pillars.
The C-HR comes well-equipped in either of its two trim levels, with standard dual-zone climate control, a touchscreen audio system, and more. But unlike other small front-wheel-drive hatchbacks, the C-HR starts at more than $23,000 including delivery, meaning buyers pay for the style.
A host of dealer appearance, functional, and performance accessories is available to personalize each model. The 2018 C-HR will go on sale in spring 2017, imported to North America from a Toyota factory in Turkey.