Toyota C-HR Reviews | RMB Toyota
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Reviews of the all-new Toyota C-HR

After the first Toyota C-HR Concept was revealed at the 2014 Paris Motor Show in September 2014 we've been eagerly awaiting the arriving of the all-new C-HR. Having seen the Toyota C-HR in Newcastle last month as part of its innovative UK art tour, we can’t wait for our C-HR demonstrator models to land in our showrooms next month.

Following the European press launch of the Toyota C-HR which took place in Madrid last week, we've gathered snippets of the reviews from motoring journalists:

“When we first saw it at motor shows, the C-HR made a big impression. Now we have reviewed it on the road, we can say this small Toyota crossover sure keeps its impact among traffic.” Paul Horrell, Top Gear. Full review here:Top Gear Review

“It’s finished pleasingly, too. Pretty lovely inside, in fact. What did we do to deserve this?” Matt Prior, Autocar. Full review here:

“The skeletal rear spoiler and protruding tail-lights are especially striking, and the interior is equally dramatic.” Contributor, Evo. Full review here:

“Also good news is that, having delivered on style, space and substance, the C-HR is thoroughly decent to drive too.” Contributor, Car Buyer. Full review here:

“The C-HR uses the same Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform – it’s the GA-C variant, hardcore chassis-code fans – which is both usefully rigid and, thanks to some innovative suspension mounting points and a low-slung drivetrain, impressively vertically challenged when it comes to centre of gravity. Especially for a crossover.” C J Hubbard, CAR Magazine. Full review here:

“The head-turning C-HR is a worthwhile addition to the fiercely fought compact crossover class.” James Disdale, Auto Express. Full review here: