2020 Toyota C-HR Review

The 2020 Toyota C-HR is funky, distinctive and really unlike any other crossover. In many ways, that’s a great thing — it’s hard to complain about something with unique style and character. However, the C-HR really stretches the definition of the term “crossover,” which generally refers to SUVs that are based on a car platform rather than a body-on-frame truck. That applies to the C-HR, but its carlike ground clearance, diminutive cargo capacity and lack of an all-wheel-drive option sure make it a lot more like a hatchback.

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