Toyota has recently introduced the all-new C-HR subcompact crossover in the United States and might be considered the main rival of the 2017 Nissan Juke. The cheapest version costs £20,995 while the most expensive one can go up to £27,995. Full prices and powertrains are listed in the media gallery.
In terms of design, the new 2016 C-HR looks extremely appealing, the model featuring the latest technology and plethora of safety systems. Not to mention the durable and potent range of engines under the hood.
Speaking about technology and gadgetry, all-new 2016 Toyota C-HR comes with dual-zone automatic air conditioning, Toyota Touch 2 touchscreen multimedia system with integrated reversing camera, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, and a few more.
All three versions – Icon, Excel and Dynamic- will also feature standout tweaks at the exterior, including the front fog lamps, dusk-sensing headlights or the 17-inch alloy wheels.
When it comes to safety, the Japanese carmaker wants to make sure that the all-new 2016 C-HR is fully packed with Safety Sense package, consisting of the Pre-Collision with autonomous emergency braking, Automatic High Beam headlight operation, Lane Departure Warning or Traffic Sign Recognition.
In the engine department, the cheapest versions come with a 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol engine, with 114 horsepower, hooked to a six-speed manual as standard or a CVT automatic coming as optional. On the other hand, the hybrid version, which is also the most expensive, comes with a 1.8-liter petrol and an electric motor, offering a total of 120 horsepower. This particular model features a combined fuel-efficiency of 3.8 liters per each 100 km, while the CO2 emissions stand at 86 g/km.