Vehicle Overview

2018 Toyota C-HR Overview

Expert Rating

Good

Rating calculated using our own algorithm that uses both expert and user ratings across the web

Price Range MSRP

Prices reflect all trims and body styles
  • $22,500XLE
  • $24,350XLE Premium
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Sales Rank

In 2023
N/A
Out of 200 models

Passenger/Cargo Capacity

5
5
PassengersCarry on bags*

• Cargo capacity is measured behind the last row of each vehicle.

• Sedans and coupes measured based on trunk space.

• Pickup truck cargo space is measured in the bed only.

• "NA" indicates no measurements are available.

Brand Reliability Rank

In 2024
#2
Out of 30 brands
3 Best Tech Features (standard or optional)
  • 4.2-inch color multi-information display
  • 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system
  • Blind spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert
Competitors
Buick Encore, Mazda CX-3, Nissan Juke, Subaru Crosstrek, Kia Soul, Chevrolet Trax, Honda HR-V, Jeep Renegade, Fiat 500X
Beats The Competition
Only two simple trim levels: XLE and XLE Premium
A budget-minded crossover with better handling than some other competition.
Our Take
The C-HR, unfortunately, lacks Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The underpowered engine paired with a CVT reduce the fun factor.
The strut front and multilink rear suspension with Sachs dampers is a quality suspension setup.
Awards Won
  • More 2017 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ winners than any other brand
  • The Most Intellichoice Best Overall Value Awards of any brand in 2016
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