Toyota is the latest major car maker to enter the increasingly popular SUV subcompact crossover segment. Namely, the new C-HR crossover made its official debut at the recent Geneva Motor Show. By launching this distinctive crossing, Toyota intends to compete with the likes of the Mazda CX-3, HR-V Honda and Nissan Juke. While 2017 Toyota C-HR is slated for sale in Europe this year, the US specification version is expected to arrive in early 2017. The Japanese automaker originally intended to launch the American variant of the C-HR. However, the Toyota subdivision must be cut at the end of 2016, which means that the next crossover will be sold by Toyota dealers.
Exterior and Interior
There is still little detail on the interior design of the 2017 Toyota C-HR. The interior of the cabin was added by increasing the overall height. 2017 Toyota C-HR come with premium padded seats for comfort. Toyota will also offer many safety features and driver assistance, such as rear view camera, seat belts and multiple airbags. Wow, Toyota’s designers outdid themselves in this case. The Veloster aside, the C-HR is undoubtedly sporty and is certainly the most aggressive design of a Toyota hybrid. Fog lights, air slats and tilted panels abound. Overall, 2017 Toyota C-HR features a futuristic and young design that promises an enjoyable driving experience.
Toyota says the C-HR can be equipped with line crossing warnings and adaptive cruise control, although we cannot be sure that will be offered in the US. Toyota is the latest major car manufacturers to enter the popular sub-compact section SUV crossover. 2017 Toyota C-HR will focus on the new international structure Toyota already supports the new Prius. This generally indicates that the future of Toyota subcompact cruising will be the first hybrid-powered style in its class. As for the exterior styling, the 2017 Toyota C-HR operates a unique design that the Toyota phone calls a theme of diamond architecture.
The European version of 2017 Toyota C-HR is expected to come with two different engines. The basic gasoline-powered 1.2-liter turbo models debuted in the Auris, coupled with a six-speed manual or Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) is obtained. According to Toyota, there will be a 2.0-liter with CVT only available in some markets. Finally, the Prius hybrid system will be based on the 1.8-liter unit generates 122 horsepower and less than 90 g / km of CO2 emissions.
Release and Price
Prices should be slightly higher than Toyota RAV4 prices. 2017 Toyota C-HR to start at about $ 25,000.