Used 2019 Toyota C-HR Consumer Reviews

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My Ruby Flare CHR (Raijin)

Dan, 01/01/2019
LE 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
69 of 71 people found this review helpful

Absolutely fell in love with the exterior of the CH-R! In my opinion it is the most attractive option in its’ class. The ruby flare pearl is stunning in any light! Yes, there’s no awd, but honestly not a deal breaker for me. In “Sport” mode it has plenty of acceleration from the 2.0 . I also like the ride height for entry and exit of the vehicle, not too low or high....just right! The only thingsI feel i would like to change is the center console layout and fuel tank capacity. All in all I am one very satisfied consumer with my Toyota CH-R.

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My C-HR is fun to drive

KatK, 11/01/2018
LE 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
67 of 71 people found this review helpful

I have driven my 2019 C-HR for several weeks, and I love it! It is fun to drive, especially on windy roads, and it turns and stops on a dime. Acceleration is slow and visibility is poor in the backseat, but speed has not been a problem, and I rarely have anyone in the back seats. Its cool exterior makes the C-HR stand out among CUVs, and I think it’s edgy. The safety features are fantastic. I have been very happy with this car, and I recommend it for most drivers.

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The car still performs beautifully

Anthony Mantle, 12/22/2018
Limited 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
65 of 70 people found this review helpful

I am surprised at how few of this model from Toyota I see on the road. Those I have seen and able to speak to their owners, they all agree it is a really neat car and performs well. I have had no negative comments. I still wish that Toyota would make the Hybrid version available in the US as well as the All Wheel drive and the parking assist. All of which are available in Europe. I personally believe the 74 MPG the European versions get would alone sell this car in the US. Although I must confess that is achieved with the Imperial gallon, our gallon would obviously produce a slightly lower mileage count but it still would be very attractive. It is strange that in Europe they sell their gasolene by the litre but still rate the consumption in MPG? I would also like to express my appreciation for the steering on the C-HR, it is without a doubt the best steering on any car I have ever driven. And at age 84, I have driven quite a few cars foreign and domestic. Prior to buying my C-HR I did review several write ups in respected journals, and some were critical, claiming it had a lackluster performance. I naturally test drove the gas engine version here in the US and of course it doesn't compare with the Hybrid version. But I took the test drive vehicle onto the Freeway, entering on an upgrade ramp and into traffic. The C-HR was potent enough to move into traffic without creating any issues with the fast moving traffic already at freeway speeds. It spritely reach freeway speed to merge smoothly into traffic and the fact it was going uphill didn't phase it one bit. I had no misgivings that it could compete with a Corvette from a dead stop, but this little car does justice when the lights turn green. In the one I drove in Europe my wife and I had two friends in the back seats and they felt no discomfort, albeit they were petit ladies. As my wife and I also have a Toyota Highlander, if we have guests then the Highlander comes into play, otherwise we really don't need the back seats, but they are sufficient for anybody less than a quarterback. The cargo space is also quite adequate, and if like us, you are not using the back seats you can increase that capacity twofold. However the cargo space is very suitable for most of your daily shopping needs. I actually bought my C-HR from a dealership over 300 miles from where I live, due entirely to a price I could not resist. The return journey back to my home was most enjoyable and the C-HR was a dream to drive and best of all I didn't have to stop to recharge it, with gasolene or electricity. Which means unlike the small electric cars, you can undertake a lengthy journey in this compact, comfy, sporty, and economic car. As well as drive around town for your daily shopping needs. Overall I find the C-HR a great car, especially for the price, and somewhat surprised there are not more of them on the roads. Perhaps in part because the dealerships at most have just a couple on their lots and you never see them advertised in any Toyota car advertisement on TV. And I have yet to see a brochure for one in a dealership. It's almost like they don't want to market them. I truly believe if they made available the Hybrid version of the C-HR, the Prius market would be eclipsed, and that is maybe why they are not promoted.

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Back-up camera monitor problem at night

Al haan, 07/06/2019
Limited 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
30 of 32 people found this review helpful

C-hr is good car except for two things , first and foremost the back-up camera monitor, At night is a problem , being at eye level , the glair from the monitor obstruct the driver view on the right side when turning, this can cause a problem . The second thing , the headlights have a narrow view, illuminate only the width of the car , I recommend test drive the car at night before you buy it .

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happy owner

Ed Newton, 01/19/2019
XLE 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
46 of 52 people found this review helpful

I've had this car for over a year and a half and I like it a lot. One review said there was a good bit of road noise on trips. I drove a round trip totally 700 miles and found it to be very quite on the road, especially on interstates. As far as comfort, for a small car I found it to be very comfortable and the heated front seats are great. Not sure what Edmunds is talking about. As for exceleration it could have a bit more pep but it's not bad. The lane departure alert is an awesome safety feature as well as the front collision warning system! As far as cargo room I find it to be just fine for my needs. (If someone wants a ton of cargo room, then buy a regular SUV for pete's sake!) Only thing this care doesn"t have but should is a navigation system built in. TOYOTA should realize most people want and need this and it should have been in this car from day one. As far as seeing through the rear window, which some reviews say is hampered by its design, I have no problems seeing when I back up, especially with the backup camera. Overall I find this car to be a perfect fit for me. When my lease is up in a little over a year I hope it has a navigation system by then..... Toyota are you listening? Thank you.

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