Measured owner satisfaction with 2018 Toyota C-HR after 90-days of ownership.
The vehicle's heating and air conditioning
Styling of the dashboard
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2018 Toyota C-HR during the first 90-days of ownership.
Ease of loading/unloading trunk/hatch
Feel of the seat material
1 speed, CVT w/OD
Regular Unleaded I-4
Front Wheel Drive
2018 Toyota C-HR Review
There’s no denying it: The Toyota C-HR has a distinctive style. It’s pretty bold if there are degrees of boldness. If not then it’s just plain bold. What else would you expect from a car designed by a diehard racer? Choose from two C-HR models the XLE and the XLE Premium. Even the base XLE is loaded with standard features. Like a seven-inch touchscreen dual-zone climate control auto-dimming rear-view mirror with backup display projector-beam halogen headlights 18-inch wheels leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls front bucket seats with sport bolsters Bluetooth voice command…you get the idea. And the C-HR was designed by a race-car driver which explains the way it handles. MacPherson strut suspension with coil springs up front; double-wishbone rear suspension; Sachs dampers all around—it’s as agile as it looks. And it’s safe. Toyota Safety Sense P and Toyota Star Safety System driver-assist features are all standard. Ten airbags tire-pressure monitoring—even the chassis construction is designed to keep you safe. Choose from a variety of colors and accessories and build a C-HR that’s all yours. The Toyota C-HR. There’s nothing else like it.
A car that looks like the Toyota C-HR has to be loaded with technology right? Right. A seven-inch touchscreen; dual-zone climate control; auto-dimming rear-view mirror with backup display; projector-beam halogen headlights; leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls; Bluetooth; voice command—these are just a few of the C-HR’s standard features. Available technology includes a smart key so you can unlock the doors and start the engine while the key’s still in your pocket. Or purse. The Toyota C-HR. It’s innovation on four wheels.
Every Toyota C-HR comes with a comprehensive set of safety features. Standard equipment includes Toyota Safety Sense P which uses cameras and radar to scan the road ahead behind and to the side. If there’s a car—or pedestrian—in front of you your C-HR will slow and even come to a stop in some cases. If you start to drift out of your lane your C-HR will let you know—and take corrective action if you don’t. The Toyota C-HR. It’s safety on four wheels.
It’s no wonder the Toyota C-HR is so fun to drive—it was designed by a racecar driver. A lively two-liter inline four provides the muscle. And the fuel economy. 144 horsepower and 31 miles to the gallon on the highway to be precise. But the real story here is the fun you can have going around corners. MacPherson strut suspension with coil springs up front; double-wishbone rear suspension; Sachs dampers all around—the C-HR is as agile as it looks. The Toyota C-HR. It’s a classic overachiever.