2017 Toyota C-HR: His Turn – Her Turn™ Car Review



2017 Toyota C-HR




Embargo Wednesday March 8th at 4am. ET

More style spirit and technology than other Toyota models that aren’t as edgy. This vehicle is a small CUV, which is the hottest woman growing segment. Could you imagine a Toyota being this edgy and so much fun? Check out the C-HR.

This compact CUV may appear like a car for millennials, but this vehicle for people that embrace art, style, photography, and more and want to being unique.

It offers a confident ride that is predictive in corners and feel for the road. THe C-HR absorbs rough roads for a more comfortable rides.

Styling – 2017 Toyota C-HR is defined as Coupe High Rider, which has an aggressive look and a diamond theme (sharp edges that are ascetic). Still offering and athletic feel.

Inside there is a modern look that is driver centric known as the “Me Zone”
7″ touch screen display, heated seats, 2 stage cup holders, AM/ FM, AHA, text message, Bluetooth, GraceNote, voice recognition.

Seats are lower, bucket seating, and higher bolsters. 5-passenger, 60/40 fold flat seats, LATCH system. The trunk area is larger.

Nine exterior color options; R-Code only ($500), can order the Radiant Green Mica and other two tome options. Interior colors: Only cloth black.

2017 Toyota C-HR Performance – 2L DOHC 16 Valve engine with 140hp. and backed by a CVT. 18″ alloy wheels. FWD only. No AWD. EPA 27/31 combined 29mpg.

Safety – Standard Toyota Safety Sense including pre-collision with active braking, lane change departure, full-range dynamic radar cruise control, automatic high beams, backup camera, 10-airbags and more.

Built in Turkey. This is a global platform.


XLE $22,500
Premium $24,350


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Car Courtesy of Toyota
Destination: Austin, Texas
Aired: March 31, 2017
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