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Designed around the theme of ‘ Distinctive Diamond’, the C-HR design is unique and polarizing, decorated with various geometric shapes presence in both the exterior and interior. Combining a coupe-like design with a crossover, the C-HR aims at individual looking for something different and bold in the market.
|2018 Toyota C-HR Dimensions|
The front features projector headlights with LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL), which comes with a follow-me-home function, with LED tail and stoplight for the rear.
The sole 1.8L variant wears 17-inch wheels shod in 215/60/17 rubber.
The dashboard features a multi-layer wraparound design, angled towards the driver, which incorporates soft padding materials and finished in silver ornament with a touch of piano black for added suave.
Material quality is high, with a mixture of soft-touch and hard plastic which feels premium.
Space and Practicality
The space inside is ample, with a wide range of seat adjustments for both the driver and passenger. The panoramic windscreen and wraparound dashboard creates a feeling of airiness in the interior.
Even rear-seat passengers have a decent amount of legroom and headroom, although the view out is limited due to the wide roof pillar design.
Boot space is at 377-litres, which is bigger than Subaru XV’s 310-litre but loses out to Mazda CX-30 with a massive 430-litre boot space.
There are seven airbags (including one for the driver’s knee), ABS with EBD and brake assist, Blind Spot Monitor (BSM), Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC), Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRC) and ISOFIX rear child seat anchors and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA).
The C-HR gets dual-zone automatic climate control and black combination leather seats. Standard features include auto-dimming rearview mirror alongside tilt and telescopic steering wheel adjustment.
The C-HR’s infotainment touchscreen measures 6.75 inches, and the system features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, while the sound is channeled through 6-speakers as standard. However, the design of the headunit looks cheap and does not look too dissimilar to the one in the lower grade Toyota model.
The Toyota C-HR only comes with a 1.8-litre naturally-aspirated 4-cylinder Dual VVT-i engine. It produces 140 PS and 171 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm.
|2018 Toyota C-HR Engine|
|1.8-litre 4-cylinder, 16-Valve DOHC with Dual VVT-i||140 PS @ 6,400 rpm||171 Nm @ 4,000 rpm|
7-speed CVT with ‘Sequential Shiftmatic’ manual mode comes standard.
Power is sent exclusively to the front wheels.
Review: Toyota C-HR – are you nuts to pay RM 150k for this? Maybe.
Based on our test, the C-HR completed the 0-100km/h in a slow 12.3 second. Certainly not impressive.
It is not the most powerful engine yet it delivers smooth performance for both highway and urban, although the C-HR feels better suited in urban as the engine is tuned for low to mid-end torque.
Gear shifts from the CVT feels sporty and smooth, which makes driving the C-HR enjoyable. Kick-down is done in a soft yet responsive manner.
Steering and Handling
Steering is nicely weighted, feels natural and confidence-inspiring. The C-HR’s MacPherson front suspension has angled strut bearings and a large-diameter stabilizer bar to help the front end respond quickly.
Build using Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform and rear double wishbone suspension, the C-HR is comfortable, fun and agile at corners.
Sound proofing of Toyota C-HR is excellent. At 110 km/h, the sound level meter recorded an average of 68 dB.
The ride comfort certainly matches the asking price. The Toyota C-HR soaks bump effortlessly, gliding through the road in grace. The rear seats are comfortable, although the wide rear pillar might make your passenger feel a little claustrophobic as it can be a little hard to see.
As tested, the Toyota C-HR returned 7.7-litre/100 km over mixed driving conditions.
If you enjoy driving, standing out from the crowd and don’t mind the steep asking price, then the Toyota C-HR is for you. The C-HR needs to be looked at a different perspective, as it offers something nor Subaru XV or Mazda CX-30 can offer: individuality.
The Toyota CH-R costs:
1.8 - RM 144,335
Great sound, Android Auto/Apple Car Play, generous storage space and drives well.
The CH-R competes with:
Honda HR-V - Starting at RM 108,800
Subaru XV - Starting at RM 117,700