Reviews of the all-new Toyota C-HR

At RMB Toyota we are very excited and eagerly awaiting the arrival of the all-new Toyota C-HR, and have been since the first Toyota C-HR Concept was revealed at the 2014 Paris Motor Show back in September 2014.

Having seen the Toyota C-HR in Newcastle last month as part of its innovative UK art tour, we can’t wait for our C-HR demonstrator models to land in our showrooms next month.

Toyota C-HR art tour Newcastle

We already know how amazing the C-HR is and we love it for many reasons, but the arrival of our demonstrators will allow us to show our customers how brilliant the C-HR is. If you can’t wait until then, you can find out what the motoring press think of the C-HR below.

After the European press launch of the C-HR took place last week in Madrid, Spain, we’ve rounded up snippets of the reviews from motoring journalists.

“When we first saw it at motor shows, the C-HR made a big impression. Now we have reviewed it on the road, we can say this small Toyota crossover sure keeps its impact among traffic.” Paul Horrell, Top Gear. To read the full review go to:


“It’s finished pleasingly, too. Pretty lovely inside, in fact. What did we do to deserve this?” Matt Prior, Autocar. To read the full review go to:


“The skeletal rear spoiler and protruding tail-lights are especially striking, and the interior is equally dramatic.” Contributor, Evo. To read the full review go to:


“Also good news is that, having delivered on style, space and substance, the C-HR is thoroughly decent to drive too.” Contributor, Car Buyer. To read the full review go to:


“The C-HR uses the same Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform – it’s the GA-C variant, hardcore chassis-code fans – which is both usefully rigid and, thanks to some innovative suspension mounting points and a low-slung drivetrain, impressively vertically challenged when it comes to centre of gravity. Especially for a crossover.” C J Hubbard, CAR Magazine. To read the full review go to:


“The head-turning C-HR is a worthwhile addition to the fiercely fought compact crossover class.” James Disdale, Auto Express. To read the full review go to:


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