The All-New Toyota C-HR: The Reviews | Vantage Motor Group

The All-New Toyota C-HR: The Reviews

At Vantage Motor Group, we are all very excited about the All-New Toyota C-HR and have been counting down in anticipation of its arrival in 2017. We're extremely happy to announce that of our Vantage Toyota centres are now taking orders for the stunning new C-HR!

We're all huge fans of the Toyota C-HR for many different reasons, but you don't just have to take our word for it! Take a look at what others have to say about the All-New Toyota C-HR...

The Drive

Auto Express took a test drive with Hiroyuki Koba, the C-HR Chief Engineer...

“It felt decently flat through corners, too - particularly on the 18in wheels of the front-drive manual model. The C-HR will be the first manual-gearbox Toyota in Europe to get the firm’s rev-matching electronics, called I-MT. It appeared to be doing an impressive job of blipping the throttle on downshifts, as enthusiastic driver Koba-san pitched the C-HR into tighter corners. The car looks like it’s set up more for understeer than for oversteer, predictably - but from our observation, it looked surprisingly adjustable on the throttle, as Koba used subtle adjustments to get the nose to tuck in when required”

Space & Comfort

The Telegraph was impressed with the practicality of the C-HR…

What we can tell you, however, is that the front seats are comfortable, offering good lower back support, and that the rear is suitable for anyone up to about six-foot tall.”


Car Buyer were able to experience the inside cabin of the C-HR…

“The C-HR features Toyota’s familiar Touch 2 infotainment system, with an eight-inch touchscreen that perches on the top of the dashboard and is angled slightly towards the driver, freeing up space lower down and maximising visibility.”

“Considerable attention has been paid to material quality, reflecting Toyota’s intent to pitch the new car against upmarket rivals. Blue dials and lighting, together with piano-black trim inserts, lend the C-HR a modern ambience inside, while customers can choose from grey, black-on-blue or black-on-brown interior colour schemes”


Car Magazine took a closer look at the C-HR…

“Looks a bit more dramatic than most crossovers, though…That it does. The C-HR production car has stayed remarkably true to the original concept car shown at the 2014 Paris motor show, with a coupe-like styling treatment (made to appear even sleeker by a neat bit of black roof graphic trickery) which is ‘designed to stand out both within the Toyota line-up and in its segment”