Charles Fleming of the LA Times calls the 2018 Toyota C-HR “A lot of car for the money…a smart choice.”
The 2018 Toyota C-HR isn’t just any crossover in the Toyota family–it is one that drums up excitement by both consumers and automotive enthusiasts. In his review of the 2018 Toyota C-HR, Charles Fleming of the LA Times introduces Toyota’s crossover vehicle as a “welcome addition” to fan favorites like the Corolla, Camry, and RAV4–high praise from the esteemed automotive journalist who recently had the opportunity to test the $3 Million Bugatti Chiron.
Fleming notes the unique design of the C-HR, commending the vehicle’s “sporty lines, including a sharp downward swoop behind the rear doors and muscular, flared wheel wells.” Praising the interior, Fleming points to the 40 cubic feet of cargo space that can be utilized with the rear seats folded down. He says, “That’s room enough for your golf bag, and underneath, the C-HR offers an actual spare tire, with the actual tools to change it.”
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is a “smart choice” if you’re looking for something “smaller than the RAV4,” according to Fleming. He sums up his review by calling the C-HR a “solid entry-level compact crossover” that’s “easy to drive, easy to afford.”
Who are we to disagree with Mr. Fleming?! For his full review in the LA Times, click here.