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Toyota's Newest CUV, the C-HR at Stevinson Toyota West

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The 2018 Toyota C-HR is the first of its kind, combining striking style with intuitive interior space and driving pleasure every time you turn the wheel. Coupe High-Rider  The C-HR has a certain sportiness to it that was inspired by Deputy Chief Engineer, Hiro Koba, a die-hard racer. He sought to ensure that the C-HR exhilarated its drivers anytime, anywhere, including around the famed Nürburgring circuit where vehicle development was chiefly executed. Like its uncanny looks, the C-HR’s blend of comfort, control, consistency, and responsiveness is extraordinarily impressive for the competitive paradigm it aims to shift.
Smaller and sleeker than one would imagine, the Toyota C-HR (or Coupe High-Rider to all who have been wondering what C-HR means) stacks up to 5.13 feet tall, 5.89 feet wide and 14.3 feet long, compared to the RAV4, which is  5.6 feet tall with roof rails. This doesn't compromise any interior space, though. The backseat has plenty of leg room and head room,  and th…