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.