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Meet the all-new Toyota C-HR!

Toyota has revamped this small crossover SUV, and Mat’s about to find out if it can compete with class leaders like the Volkswagen T-Roc and Ford Puma.

When it comes to the design, the C-HR has had an overhaul and we think it looks great! It now comes with a sporty & futuristic design, from the spoiler effect with the rear lights through to the sleek & slim headlights at the front. The sloping roofline helps add to the sporty looks, and we’re happy to say there aren’t any fake exhausts or vents to be found.

Step inside and the high-quality feel continues. There are soft-touch materials high up on the doors and the dash, and it’s also contoured to help it stand out a bit more. All but the entry-level cars get a big infotainment screen, and there’s also a set of digital dials for the driver. We’re also very happy that Toyota has left some physical climate control buttons, rather than including everything on the infotainment screen.

There is a choice of two self-charging hybrid C-HRs. One comes with a 1.8-litre petrol engine that can produce 140hp, and the other comes with a 2-litre petrol engine that can put down 197hp. There’s also a plug-in hybrid model, and this also comes with a 2-litre petrol and it can produce 223hp.

The price range kicks off at £31,000, rising to around £43,000 for the top-of-the-range C-HR. So is it worth it?! You’ll need to stick with Mat and see for yourself!

00:00 Intro
00:35 Design
03:26 Interior
06:32 Back Seats
08:05 Boot
09:36 5 Annoying Things
11:53 5 Cool Things
13:06 Engines
13:54 Town Driving
16:14 Motorway Driving
17:42 Country Road Driving
19:10 0-60mph
20:00 Verdict

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