Tuesday August 4, 2020

C-HR brings us to Toyota’s brave new world

Toyota hasn’t yet had a car in the critical mid-size crossover segment. The C-HR, though, is far more than just another family SUV competitor, writes Nick Maher

27th November, 2016
The new Toyota C–HR is head and shoulders above anything else in the class in quality terms

Car companies, of course, go to great lengths to test and trial a car before it ever reaches the public. Prototypes will carry out long, slogging drives across desert, city and tundra, while other components will be mercilessly beaten and battered in laboratories across the world. These days, if a car hasn’t completed a million kilometres of debugging, it’s not considered ready for public consumption.

Toyota is no exception, and while...

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