Sunday, December 31, 2017

2018 Toyota C-HR XLE Review

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The 2018 Toyota C-HR stands out with unique looks, a high ride that gives you a great view of the road and, despite a crossover badge, it comes with a hatchback. The all new C-HR isn’t a quick car and there is no All Wheel Drive option or support for Apple CarPlay. The 2018 C-HR is, however, an interesting mashup of things I love about hatchbacks, small SUVs and Crossovers.


But is the first showing good enough?


With two trim levels, a starting price of $22,500 and no packages, this small crossover doesn’t come with many options that will increase the price. The 2018 C-HR XLE Premium is a tempting upgrade for many buyers as it includes Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Traffic Alert and other convenience upgrades that add enough value to justify the $24,350 starting price.


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