2018 Toyota C-HR Style and Performance Garner Top Reviews

April 20th, 2017 by

2018 Toyota C-HR

A whole new breed of compact crossover, the 2018 Toyota C-HR advances everything from performance to passenger space, and it has the reviews to prove it. As an all-new model, it’s going out of its way to earn a name within this increasingly popular segment. With exhilarating driving dynamics and rebellious styling, we’re predicting that established entries are about to be upset. Read more about the 2018 Toyota C-HR reviews.

Performance

“Kudos are warranted for the chassis tuning.” – Car and Driver

The team over at Car and Driver appreciated the lively performance of the 2018 Toyota C-HR. From 18-inch vortex-styled sport alloy wheels to its cantilevered aerodynamic rear spoiler, this vehicle tempts drivers to push themselves during every drive, while SACHS dampers and double-wishbone suspension keep things composed. A 2.0L four-cylinder engine delivers up to 144 hp and 139 lb-ft of torque. Would you expect anything less from a vehicle extensively tested around Germany’s legendary Nürburgring?

Technology

“The Toyota C-HR is well-equipped in its base XLE form, with automatic headlights, dual-zone automatic climate control and traffic-adapting cruise control all standard.” – Edmunds.com

Reviews were quick to draw attention to the 2018 Toyota C-HR’s impressive technology. Creature comforts abound, and all models carry the following advanced driver-assistance technologies of the Toyota Safety Sense™ (TSS) Suite:

  • Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
  • Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
  • Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
  • Automatic High Beams

Interior

“The roomy and comfortable interior extends to the back seat, strong points for a class defined by compact dimensions.” – Kelley Blue Book

Offering a sport fabric-trimmed bucket driver’s seat with 8-way adjustment and sport bolsters as standard, the Toyota C-HR will keep you comfortable whether you’re cruising from Elmhurst into Chicago or from Aurora to Ohio. If you do decide to take a longer journey, just fold the 60/40-split rear seats to extend the standard 19 cubic feet of cargo space to up to 36.4 cubic feet. The Toyota C-HR might be tight and athletic on the outside, but the cabin is surprisingly expansive and accommodating, which is perfect for taking your friends on adventures or hauling sports gear with room to spare.

The 2018 Toyota C-HR Has Surprised Reviewers and Captivated Drivers

With a cool set of features, sporty powertrain, and the ability to adapt around your lifestyle, the 2018 Toyota C-HR is a potential-packed compact crossover that provides plenty of energy. To discuss financing options or arrange a test drive, contact Toyota of Naperville today.