Toyota C-HR Hybrid review: Finally a Toyota I can recommend to friends

Toyota C-HR Hybrid review: Finally a Toyota I can recommend to friends

From the Auris and the Avensis to the Yaris and the RAV4, all of Toyota’s recent mainstream cars have been depressingly vanilla. White goods. Reliable, serviceable, capable—but as engaging as a washing machine or fridge freezer.

But with the C-HR—an acronym for Coupe-High Rider, if you were wondering—Toyota has built a mass market vehicle with some of the panache shown in more niche models like the GT86, hydrogen-powered Mirai, and new Prius. And all it had to do was take the 2014 Paris Motor Show C-HR Concept and put it into production.

 

   
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