Toyota C-HR News

2020 Toyota C-HR gets sportier face and Android Auto
2020 Toyota C-HR gets sportier face and Android Auto

Toyota's given its stylish small crossover some needed updates for the 2020 model year. The 2020 Toyota C-HR comes with an updated front end, more technology, and new color options, but the option for all-wheel drive is still MIA. Toyota detailed the 2020 C-HR on Tuesday. It'll take a keen eye to...Read More»

2019 Toyota C-HR
2019 Toyota C-HR recalled over wheel loss risk

Toyota on Thursday said that it will recall its subcompact crossover SUV over concerns that their rear wheels could come off due to improperly tightened bolts. The recall covers just a handful of 2019 Toyota C-HR vehicles—about 700, Toyota said in a statement. MORE: Read our 2019 Toyota C-HR...Read More»

2018 Toyota C-HR
Toyota C-HR aces IIHS crash tests, faulted for weak headlights

The 2018 Toyota C-HR can't see very well in the dark, the IIHS said last week. Toyota's subcompact crossover SUV earned top marks in all of the insurance industry-funded group's instrumented crash tests, but its weak headlights prevented it from earning a Top Safety Pick award. The IIHS said in a...Read More»

2018 Toyota C-HR
Slice and dice: 2019 Toyota C-HR adds Apple CarPlay plus new LE, Limited trim levels

The 2019 Toyota C-HR subcompact crossover lineup triples in breadth for the new model year and all variants gain standard Apple CarPlay compatibility. Toyota debuted its Apple CarPlay integration on the 2019 Avalon full-size sedan earlier this year and the automaker has been expanding availability...Read More»

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2018 Toyota C-HR vs. 2017 Honda HR-V: Compare Cars

Small crossover utility vehicles have surged in popularity, and every carmaker is rolling out new entries. The Honda HR-V is already popular, and a year after it was launched, the Toyota C-HR is that maker's riposte. It's the little brother of the immensely popular RAV4 compact crossover, just as...Read More»

2018 Toyota C-HR
2018 Toyota C-HR video preview

Nissan has the Juke, Chevy has the Trax, Honda the HR-V. Where's Toyota in the subcompact crossover race? Nowhere now--but that's about to change with this vehicle--the 2018 Toyota C-HR. We've seen this concept before--a few times it's been shown as a Scion. Now it's set to wear Toyota badges when...Read More»

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