Toyota C-HR (ENG) - Test Drive and Review

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Snowy Review: 2018 Toyota C-HR on Everyman Driver

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2018 Toyota C-HR XLE In Depth Review

This is the vehicle that was going to save Scion but it never saw the light of day, as a Scion. I would like to thank Mid State Toyota in Asheboro, NC for the opportunity to film this beautiful 2018 Toyota CH-R XLE. You can check out their complete New and Used Vehicle inventory at After Toyota decided to ax Scion, Toyota’s entry level platform of vehicles, the CH-R was left floating around in Toyota’s crowded lineup looking for a place in the world -- hence the C-HR was born as an entry-level Toyota crossover. C-HR stands for Coupe High Rider and seeks to stand out from a typical boxy-shaped small suv by incorporating a raked roofline, four doors and raised beltline. The C-HR is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture platform, the same one the new Prius rides on. It gets a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder DOHC engine mated to Toyota’s new CVTi-S continuously variable automatic transmission that simulates seven gears. That transmission has been tweaked to reduce interior noise and achieve greater fuel efficiency. The engine makes 144 hp and 139 lb-ft of torque, and it gets an EPA estimated 27 mpg city, 31 mpg highway and 29 mpg combined. 2018 Toyota C-HR XLE will run $22,500 plus $960 delivery. The XLE Premium, which nets upgrades like heated seats, lane departure warning and folding mirrors, will cost $24,350 plus $960 delivery. The C-HR, in all trims, comes standard with Toyota’s Safety Sense P system that includes pre-collision, active braking, pedestrian detection and lane departure alert with steering assist. The C-HR also includes radar-based dynamic cruise control. Can Toyota Win The Millennial Vote with the 2018 Toyota CHR??? Still have questions? Check out It is my goal that you would understand your vehicle after watching my videos! Shoot me an email to let me know how I can help - Share this clip with someone who might find it helpful and remember to Subscribe!

2018 Toyota C-HR vs 2017 Honda HR-V Comparison Test

Toyota was really late to the game with a subcompact crossover and jealous that its arch nemesis Honda has its HR-V, it recently came out with the sharp looking C-HR, which was supposed to be a Scion. And everyone knows the Toyota-Honda rivalry is as natural as pie vs cake, so of course we had to compare them to see which one is better. The Toyota C-HR uses style, features and driving dynamics to fight Honda HR-V's practicality, but which one wins? Subscribe YouTube - Facebook - Twitter - Google+ - Web - AutoGuide reviews the latest new cars with test drives, car comparisons and shootouts plus coverage of breaking auto industry news, auto shows, rumors and spy photos. Help shop for your new car with informative car buying tips and car recall news, and be entertained with feature stories, Top 10s and car review videos.

Car review in a few | 2018 Toyota C-HR Hybrid

Toyota's made a crossover soup by combining an SUV, a hatchback, a coupe and hybrid. Does it work, or is it a bit confused? Mark finds out. Full C-HR review here: Please like and subscribe. We'd like that.

2018 Toyota C-HR – A small crossover that hides a race engineer! TECH REVIEW (1 of 2}

MotoMan heads to Texas on its 181st Independence Day to meet one of it’s newest residents: The 2018 Toyota CHR.. A Toyota that was to be a Scion but now is a Toyota again. During his time getting to know the Toyota Coupe High Rider, MotoMan learns a lot more than name, rank and serial number of engine output and driving dynamics of a new Toyota so in unusual fashion, he kicks off this TECH REVIEW with a special guest . . . Subscribe now to experience our adventures in the car world. For more information, watch our 2017 Hyundai Ioniq TECH REVIEW (1 of 3) - or - 2017 Kia Niro Hybrid FIRST DRIVE REVIEW @ Check out our Toyota playlist: Follow us at our socials to get *behind the scenes* video clips, pics and more: Facebook - Twitter - Instagram – MotoMan. Storyteller of Transport, Travel & Inspired People Download our MotoManTV App! iTunes/iOS: Google Play/Android: Join MotoMan, an ordinary car guy on extraordinary adventures in the world of Transport, Travel and Inspired People via 4 distinct shows a week: • Our signature TECH REVIEWS – a deep dive into new cars from worldwide OEMs • FIRST DRIVE REVIEW of the latest cars • Indepth interviews with the people shaping the car world of today on Inside the MotoMan Studio • #AskMotoManTV – MotoMan answers YOUR questions As well as some old favorites like the #OptionsGame and others that will pop up from time to time. Last but not least: What if you could go anywhere or do anything you want in the car world? MotoMan takes on that journey each season with our special miniseries: This season – MotoMan goes to Crewe, England and builds a Bentley from start to finish! MUSIC courtesy of Psychic Powers ‘Slow Driver’, Kevin MacLeod/ & Jahzzar

Toyota C-HR was designed based on C-HR concept, which debuted at the 2014 Frankfurt Motor Show. C-HR was designed in Europe, with European market in mind, but when executives from other markets saw it, they wanted C-HR as well. The Japanese designed a car, which looks bold from every angle, but remains practical. Toyota C-HR doesn’t look big, but it’s bigger than Nissan Juke, and almost as long, as Nissan Qashqai. Toyota C-HR is bigger than Citroen C4 Cactus, and about the same size as DS4 or KIA Niro. Or Mitsubishi ASX, which also has a bigger boot. C-HR boot has 377 litres capacity, just a bit smaller, than in Volkswagen Golf. Toyota C-HR is powered either by a 1.8 hybrid drivetrain from Toyota Prius or a 1.2 litre 4 cylinder turbo petrol engine.

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