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Toyota C-HR review: The best-looking car of 2024?! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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Meet the all-new Toyota C-HR!

Toyota has revamped this small crossover SUV, and Matโ€™s about to find out if it can compete with class leaders like the Volkswagen T-Roc and Ford Puma.

When it comes to the design, the C-HR has had an overhaul and we think it looks great! It now comes with a sporty & futuristic design, from the spoiler effect with the rear lights through to the sleek & slim headlights at the front. The sloping roofline helps add to the sporty looks, and weโ€™re happy to say there arenโ€™t any fake exhausts or vents to be found.

Step inside and the high-quality feel continues. There are soft-touch materials high up on the doors and the dash, and itโ€™s also contoured to help it stand out a bit more. All but the entry-level cars get a big infotainment screen, and thereโ€™s also a set of digital dials for the driver. Weโ€™re also very happy that Toyota has left some physical climate control buttons, rather than including everything on the infotainment screen.

There is a choice of two self-charging hybrid C-HRs. One comes with a 1.8-litre petrol engine that can produce 140hp, and the other comes with a 2-litre petrol engine that can put down 197hp. Thereโ€™s also a plug-in hybrid model, and this also comes with a 2-litre petrol and it can produce 223hp.

The price range kicks off at ยฃ31,000, rising to around ยฃ43,000 for the top-of-the-range C-HR. So is it worth it?! Youโ€™ll need to stick with Mat and see for yourself!

Chapters
00:00 Intro
00:35 Design
03:26 Interior
06:32 Back Seats
08:05 Boot
09:36 5 Annoying Things
11:53 5 Cool Things
13:06 Engines
13:54 Town Driving
16:14 Motorway Driving
17:42 Country Road Driving
19:10 0-60mph
20:00 Verdict

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