The new, beautiful 2017 Toyota C-HR coming soon in the market. Seems like the car of the future with its chiseled structure. Toyota revealed the concept at the Paris Motor Show 2014. It has been in production for almost 3 years now and the day is not far for release.
The C-HR stands for “Coupe – High Rider”, but don’t confuse it for the coupe as the C-HR is a four-door front wheel drive. The body has been designed by the creators of Tacoma, Tundra, and 4Runner, the Toyota Racing Team (TRD).
2017 Toyota C-HR – Exterior and Interior Design
Never seen such a sharp design in the recent times. Very impressive and looks futuristic. The design, L-shaped bumper, air intake grills and everything is same for all vaL-shaped curved tail lights are worth mentioning. The 18” alloy wheels are made to match the trim levels as it may slightly wary with the number of spokes. Also, bearing distinctive front grills and tail lights, fierce looking lines makes it a mean machine.
Just like the outers, the futuristic killer looks of the dashboard. It has blue running lines makes it like a car from the movies. Matching upholstery gives a contrasting mean look the car. State-of-the-art entertainment systems with 2 touch screen displays, voice recognition, and commands, connectivity to iPods, mobiles are made to excel. Very much similar to the Nissan Juke, the C-HR has distinctive advantages of being a few inches higher and wider than the former.
All variants of 2017 Toyota C-HR are equipped with collision warning systems, pedestrian crossing, and automatic braking system. Steering assistance, automatic beaming and cruise control are some of Toyota’s advanced drive assistance systems with 10 standard airbags for improved safety measures.
The 2017 Toyota C-HR has roomy interiors perfect for 5 adults. The high-rise design of the car may seem to be all cramped but the space interiors offer comfortable legroom even for a tall person. Boot space is ample as no compromise has been made when it comes to the luggage storage.
2017 Toyota C-HR – Engine and Performance
Toyota’s are known for their fuel efficient and long lasting engines. The 2017 Toyota C-HR is equipped with the Toyota Prius 1.8 petrol and electric hybrid engine throwing 120 bhp of power. Need we say more about the performance and mileage? There’s a 1.2-liter petrol turbo engine variant if you want to avoid hybrids, but definitely no diesel this time.
Hybrid engines throwing up to 120 bhp of power makes the car leap to a top speed of 210kph. Toyota’s efficient turbo and hybrid engines squeeze till the last drop to give you the best mileage 23 mpg on the city as well as on the highway.
2017 Toyota C-HR – Price and Release Date
In conclusion, Europe will be the first to experience Toyota C-HR 2017. As it may happen anytime during the month of January 2017. The US may expect to see the car on roads during Spring. Top officials from Toyota say there may be a sports edition as an extension or as a separate project. Reports says that Toyota is planning to rush up 2017 C-HR’s release to compete head-on with Nissan juke which may also be due at the same period.
Finally, the cost of the 2017 Toyota C-HR 1.2-liter Petrol Turbo Manual could be at $25,847 to $34,473 for the high end 1.8-liter hybrid Automatic version. The US may receive a 2.0-liter turbo and hybrid version which may cost you a couple of more thousands.