It appears that Toyota's 2017 C-HR sub-minimal hybrid is the kind of auto you purchase just if you're completely stricken with the way that it looks.
Much like the Nissan Juke, the C-HR is a loco seemingly insignificant detail as far as styling. It additionally has better than average inside space for both travelers and their gear, and it drives truly well as per Carwow's Mat Watson.
The issue is that you need to sort of bring the great with the awful with regards to this auto. The inside, for instance, looks entirely great, and the materials look alright (for the most part), yet you certainly don't have to look excessively with a specific end goal to discover wobbly or low quality surfaces.
Then there's the space in the back, which is shockingly average for an auto this size. In any case, due to the C-column outline, the auto doesn't have great perceivability, and if your children sit in the back, they'll be taking a gander at the entryway board as opposed to out the window.
Toyota offers the C-HR alternatively with all-wheel drive, while if efficiency is at the forefront of your thoughts, you can get it with a similar half breed control unit you'll discover in the Toyota Prius.
In the end, Watson supposes you ought to consider the C-HR if you're in the market for a little, non-premium lively hybrid. In spite of the fact that considering something and having it shortlisted as a potential purchase are two altogether different things.