Kelley Blue Book Value®
$20,026 - $24,459
New Fair Market Range
Crash Test Rating
Source NHTSA
MPG (up to)
27 City / 31 HWY
Horsepower
144
Seats
5
Front passenger 3/4 w/ wheels turned.
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Kelley Blue Book Value®
$20,026 - $24,459
New Fair Market Range
Crash Test Rating
Source NHTSA
MPG (up to)
27 City / 31 HWY
Horsepower
144
Seats
5

Expert Review

By Kelley Blue Book Editorial Staff

4.4 Overall Score
Performance 4.3 Comfort 4.3 Styling 4.2 Value 4.3

Editor's Overview

Toyota is a latecomer to the subcompact-SUV game, and it makes a visual splash with the 2018 Toyota C-HR. Originally designed for the company's now-defunct Scion brand, the C-HR comes wi...

Toyota C-HR Models & Trims

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2018 Toyota C-HR Owner Reviews

4.51

98 Reviews

63% 29% 5% 2% 1%

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C-hr. the new cross-over you asked for.

I found that last winter my car was not well suited to the four feet of snow we had. This year I will put a 100 pound weight in the trunk when it snows. It has had several recalls but they fixed them right away. Right now the lights on the side mirrors that light up and say chr are not working which is sad because it is a feature I really like. Right now they look like a spot. I had a hard time getting used to the safety lights on the mirrors at night and they can be distracting. I would suggest getting the upgraded options like navigation. The interior fabric is very sturdy. My dog rides in the car all the time and you can more or leases just wipe the seats down. The driver's seat is easily adjusted and the members of my family that have driven it range from just 5 feet to 6 foot 7. I like the auto bright option for the lights since I travel in the country quite a lot. The handling on the highway is okay but does tend to be a bit sluggish on the mountains going up. I have no complaints about the gas mileage and usually get 30 plus miles to a gallon which is important since gas keeps going up. Three people can fit in the back but the person in the middle will not have too much leg room. The back hatch or trunk space does hold a good deal and it has the cover flap so it is hidden. I am amazed that you can go 8500 before you need an oil change and that Toyota's come with standard maintenance for free and there is also free roadside assistance.

- Jacquie A

When you realize your car is pretty but dumb...

Not comfortable to drive. It is so small inside! Especially the back seat. Idk how anyone would fit back there that was taller than 5'7'. There is no CD player which made me so sad. It is nearly impossible to see out of the back side windows when trying to change lanes or back out of a park spot. The safety features, while they sounded great during the test drive turned out to be not only an annoyance but a danger. It beeps if you go over the centerline, which is fine, but it also pulls you back into your lane. There have been times when I am trying to avoid someone walking or riding a bike, or even a parked car and almost get jerked into them by my car! Everything is more complicated than it was in my Honda. Cruise control is like a 4 step process. When I can't remember where I parked in a parking lot I usually hit my key fob and can find my car. Not the Toyota. You need to be almost right next to it for it to lock or unlock. Finally, it has almost no power. No 'get up and go.' I am not trying to drive NASCAR in this thing but just driving on the freeway it struggles to get over 50. You pretty much have to have the pedal to the floor to keep up with traffic. It is really hard to accelerate. Just chugs along slowly. . I have a year and a half left on my lease and it can't end soon enough! It is a cute car on the outside but it is a pretty terrible car.

- Theresa B

The Toyota C-HR; a beautiful but strange power-house.

It has all the typical problems a Toyota has (the steering wheel gets stuck occasionally, the shifter gets stuck occasionally) but otherwise it is a great car. It has good gas mileage, is a very comfortable ride, and has accident avoidance features that work really well. The accident avoidance only works above 32 mph though, so that may be an issue for some consumers. It also has a brake hold feature that is very useful. I really like the look of it, but it is a very different looking car which may be off-putting to some consumers. My only real complaint is that the gas tank is a little small for longer trips.

- Maggie D

Ranked #19 Compact SUVs by Owners

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Key Specs

Overview

Kelley Blue Book Value

Kelley Blue Book Value
$20,026 - $23,015
$21,368 - $24,459

Horsepower

Horsepower
144 hp
144 hp

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

BackUp Camera

BackUp Camera

Engine Type

Engine Type
2.0L I
2.0L I
Interior Features

Convenience & Comfort

BackUp Camera

BackUp Camera

Heated Mirrors

Heated Mirrors

Power Mirrors

Power Mirrors

Steering Wheel Controls

Steering Wheel Controls

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Rear Defrost

Rear Defrost

Power Steering

Power Steering

Dimensions

Front Leg Room

Front Leg Room
43.5 in.
43.5 in.

Front Head Room

Front Head Room
38.1 in.
38.1 in.

Rear Leg Room

Rear Leg Room
31.7 in.
31.7 in.

Second Head Room

Second Head Room
38.3 in.
38.3 in.

Entertainment

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

MP3 Player

MP3 Player

AUX Input

AUX Input

Heating & Cooling

Climate Control

Climate Control

Dual Zone

Dual Zone

Seats

Passengers

Passengers
5
5

Heated Front Seats

Heated Front Seats

Pass Through Rear Seat

Pass Through Rear Seat

Driver Lumbar

Driver Lumbar
Exterior Features

Accessories

Standard Wheels

Standard Wheels
Aluminum
Aluminum

Power Folding Mirror

Power Folding Mirror

Rear Spoiler

Rear Spoiler

Dimensions

Wheelbase

Wheelbase
103.9 in.
103.9 in.

Turning Radius

Turning Radius
34.2 ft.
34.2 ft.

Width

Width
70.7 in.
70.7 in.
Mechanical Specs

Engine & Performance

Weight

Weight
3300 .lbs
3300 .lbs

Horsepower

Horsepower
144 hp
144 hp

Torque

Torque
139 ft. lbs.
139 ft. lbs.

4wheel Disc Brakes

4wheel Disc Brakes

Performance Tires

Performance Tires

Engine Cylinders

Engine Cylinders
4 Cylinder
4 Cylinder

Drivetrain

Drivetrain
Front Wheel Drive
Front Wheel Drive

Fuel

Fuel Capacity

Fuel Capacity
13.2 gal.
13.2 gal.

Combined

Combined
14 - 16 mpg
14 - 16 mpg

City

City
27 mpg
27 mpg

Highway

Highway
31 mpg
31 mpg

Transmission

Manual Mode

Manual Mode

CVT Transmission

CVT Transmission
Safety Features

Features

Spare Tire

Spare Tire
Temporary Spare Tire
Temporary Spare Tire

ABS Brakes

ABS Brakes

Automatic Headlights

Automatic Headlights

Tire Pressure Monitor System

Tire Pressure Monitor System

Child Safety Locks

Child Safety Locks

Adaptive Cruise Control

Adaptive Cruise Control

Assistance

Automated Emergency Braking

Automated Emergency Braking

Blind Spot Monitor

Blind Spot Monitor

Lane Keeping Assist

Lane Keeping Assist

Lane Departure Warning

Lane Departure Warning

Cross Traffic Alert

Cross Traffic Alert

Air Bags

Driver Airbag

Driver Airbag

Passenger Airbag

Passenger Airbag

Front Head Airbag

Front Head Airbag

Rear Head Airbag

Rear Head Airbag

Passenger Airbag Sensor

Passenger Airbag Sensor

Safety & Reliability

NHTSA Crash Test
  • Front

  • Overall

  • Rollover

  • Side

*National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

IIHS Crash Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front

  • Side

  • Roof Strength

  • Driver-side Overlap Front

*Insurance Institute for Highway Safety