Motoring: Toyota’s latest crossover has a style all its own

A modest update has allowed the C-HR to stand out in key areas

15th March, 2020
Motoring: Toyota’s latest crossover has a style all its own
For 2020, there has been a modest update to the C-HR, bringing with it mildly revised styling and lights on the outside

The Toyota C-HR sits below the RAV4 in the Japanese company’s line-up and is designed to compete with some of the most popular crossovers in the market, namely the Hyundai Tucson and Nissan Qashqai. It stands out from those, and most other similarly sized and priced alternatives, in a couple of key areas.

The first you can’t miss, as the C-HR has a distinctive style all its own. I love the front-end and...

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