2018 Toyota C-HR: Another Small Crossover to Consider

“Just like anything else, once someone figures out that something works, the rest of the market jumps to copy it”. Pretty soon they all pretty much looked and drove the same. Manufacturers started working to stand out from the crowd, and the design of this all-new 2018 Toyota C-HR definitely does the trick. The problem is that is causes other problems, and at the expense of just looking weird – not necessarily ‘good,’ just weird.

 

2018-Toyota-CH-R-Review-Chicago-NewsThere’s no getting around it, the 2018 Toyota C-HR has a wild exterior design. Toyota has been pushing an edgier new design aesthetic for the last few years, culminating in the new Camry and Avalon’s angular shape. The C-HR has its fair share of angles too, but they don’t all lineup. There’s a disjointed quality to the design that makes it feel forced – this is not a car you’ll look at in 10 years and think ‘that was a great-looking car.’ The attention it gets is just by being different for the sake of it, not by truly being different from the all-new Volvo XC40 we recently reviewed…

 

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