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Motor1 Senior Editor Jake Holmes takes Toyota’s new compact C-HR for a spin to see if this quirky crossover can capture the elusive millennial market. For more Ford Expedition: https://www.motor1.com/toyota/c-hr/ As-tested price: $25,633 The tiniest new SUVs – we like to call them ‘subcompact crossovers’ – come in all sort of shapes and sizes. Because it’s such a new segment, there aren’t as many rigid rules and expectations as in, say, the long-established midsize sedan class. And that means that something like the Toyota C-HR can be quite different from many of its competitors. For starters, just look at that styling: love it or hate it, it makes an impression and inspires double-takes from passersby. As to equipment and pricing, the C-HR is affordable to start and boasts a generous amount of active-safety technology. But if you want more luxurious features, you’ll find that even a fully loaded C-HR lacks some of the gadgets available on its competitors. And if you’re shopping small SUVs because you’re worried about traction in the snow, be aware that all-wheel drive is not offered for any price. On the other hand, the C-HR delivers decent fuel efficiency, and its compact dimensions make it a cinch to park in busy cities. Plus, it’s far more affordable than Toyota’s other well-known crossover, the RAV4. Does the Toyota C-HR have what it takes to compete in the urban jungle? Watch the latest episode of Why Buy? to find out. SPECIFICATIONS: Engine: 2.0-Liter I4 Output: 144 Horsepower / 139 Pound-Feet Transmission: CVT Drive Type: Front-Wheel Drive Weight: 3,300 Pounds Fuel Economy: 27 City / 31 Highway / 29 MPG Combined Seating Capacity: 5 Cargo Capacity: 19.0 / 36.4 Cubic Feet Base Price: $22,500 Subscribe to our channel to see weekly Why Buy? videos, and lots more new car review content. Why Buy? Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCYstTL5MKTQSmnShFntH99KjJXhSe95_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motor1com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Motor1com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/motor1com/ CREDITS Host: Jake Holmes Video Producer: James Bradbury
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.
2019 Toyota Yaris Hybrid Y20 Edition 1.5 Hybdride E-CVT car seen from outside and inside. The vehicle has 4-cylinder in line, DOHC, 16-valve with VVT-i, 1497 ccm engine, 55 kw at 4800 rpm. Max torque 111 Nm at 3600-4400 rpm. Transmission is automatic E-CVT. Top speed 165 km/h. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h for 11.8 seconds. Weight 1090-1165 kg. Length 3945 mm. Width 1695 mm. Height 1510 mm. Wheelbase 2510 mm. Color is 2SN Grey Bi-tone. Carbon dioxide emissions of 64 g/km (NEDC The car was shown at Paris Motor Show 2018.
What's the difference between all-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive? 4WD is not on all the time, under normal conditions, only the rear wheels drive the vehicle forward, while the front wheels spin freely. To activate a modern four-wheel drive system, the driver has to push a button or pull a lever to engage it. But four-wheel drive isn't meant to be on all the time so you have to know when to turn it on and when to turn it off. AWD is on all the time, and mostly used in cars, and the computer manages the system. Just going down the highway, the system will send most of the power to the rear wheels, for maximum fuel efficiency, if the road condition changes, such as rain or snow, the system adapts and evenly distributes the power evenly to all 4 wheels, so you have maximum drive grip, with little to no chance of wheel spin. 2WD Cars are less complex than those with AWD or 4WD, and their simpler drivetrains mean improved fuel economy in the long run. In general, cars equipped with 2-wheel drive get better gas mileage than models that use all-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive. Thanks for watching ____________________________________________________________________ ► Wonder World Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/wonderworld.ytc.10 ► Wonder World Twitter - https://twitter.com/WonderWorld_YTC For business enquiries, content submission or copyright concerns or disputes, please contact us me.
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