2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid Review; Specs, Price, Features, Safety

Wednesday, December 27th, 2017 - Toyota

The C-HR comes with striking corners in the tin and Toyota’s green hybrid heart. Does this fit together in everyday life? Toyota’s new SUV in the test. The 2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid is to be noticed. He does, too. The overview of the funky coach could be significantly better

Technical Data Toyota C-HR 1.8 hybrid 4X2 Style selection CVT

  • Drive: 1.8-liter-four-cylinder gasoline hybrid
  • Power Burn: 98 PS (78 kw)
  • Electrical power: 72 PS (53 kw)
  • System power: 122 PS (90 kw) @ 5,200 rpm
  • Torque: 142 nm at 3,600 rpm
  • Gearbox: stepless automatic transmission CVT
  • 0-100 km/h: 11.0 s
  • Maximum speed: 170 km/h
  • Consumption: 3.8 L/100 km (super, NEDC)
  • CO2 emissions: 82 g/km
  • Test consumption: 6.2 L/100 km
  • Length: 4.360 m
  • Width: 1.795 m
  • Height: 1.565 m
  • Wheelbase: 2.640 m
  • Empty weight: 1,380 kg
  • Boot: 377 – 1,160 L
  • Base price Toyota C-hr: As off 21,990, 00 euro
  • Base price Toyota C-HR 1.8 hybrid: 27,390 euro
  • Test car Price: 30,940 euro

Sneakers to people over 50 are today about as normal as board bosses without a tie. The Lifestylewelle has now also reached Toyota. The Japanese were long regarded as silent, unobtrusive and solid. Design experiments began the brand with the second Prius. The most striking experiment today is Mirai, which is likely to be the best-selling Toyota C-HR soon.

A car like a belly-clap, somewhere between Geil and “What are you doing?” Exterior angular, inside funky, of course, SUV, but not a brand closet but fight beetles. This impression is deceptive. There is no more than 122 horsepower. We test the hybrid version with 122 PS.

2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid Dimensions, Seat capacity

The 2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid joins VW T-Roc or Opel Mocha. 4.36 meters mean a bit more length than the competition. Viewed from the Exterior, the C-hr looks somehow younger. It would be nice – that many turns around because of the really not good overview backward requires agility. Without electronic helpers, all-around visibility would be completely over. Get in the back? Please, just kids. Because one sits deep, somehow squeezed, although space is there. Just not upstairs.

In front Schrubbeln the knees on the front seat quickly. The puny side windows of the doors and the small rear window reinforce the cave character behind. Attention. Those who buy extravagant tin dresses have to reckon with disadvantages except, of course, as drivers forward.

2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid Interior Changes

Why is Toyota so radically building C-hr? To make him notice. This is an upcoming success. On the basis of three studies-2014, a year later at the IAA and early 2016 as a series-related variant-Toyota tested how the car arrives at the audience. Apparently best. Don’t you think? The Nissan Juke, built since 2010, is also a success. That’s what Toyota wants with the C-HR.

As a second model in Europe, it is built on the modular platform of Toyota. The width is 1.79 meters, at 1.55 meters height and a wheelbase of 2.64 meters. With 377 to 1,160 liters, the 2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid swallows a lot of loads. Similarly much fits in Nissan’s Juke (354 liters), although it is about 20 centimeters shorter.

2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid Interior

Exterior edged, interior designer piece. On the dashboard rests an eight-inch monitor that flattens to the passenger side. This works well integrated. A bright blue ribbon pulls through the dashboard and the front doors. This works technically, digitally and modernly. The matt surfaces of the dashboard, the High center console and the contoured surfaces on the Türtafeln feel good. The hard plastic around it seems cheap and does not fit the noble design. Practical replacements for smartphones and the like? Wrong display, except for the two cup holders in the center console.

The seats are better. Nicely tight and with enough lateral support. The aim of the designers was to achieve a high sense of agility in urban traffic. That’s why the steering wheel grips nicely. From the “style selection” equipment it is heated. Nice: A hinted diamond pattern in the body beading, Türtafeln, in the roof sky and the door. Toyota is saving on iron. When the door is slammed, a high, tinny sound sounds, even worse is the tank lid. Kleng! That sounds live as it reads.

Infotainment Features

Infotainment is controlled by the eight-inch display. This is easy even when driving: the right hand with four fingers parks at the top of the case, the thumb taps the individual boxes. Folders and menu navigation are self-explanatory, Navi and radio react quickly. OK, the Toyota graphics could be more modern. Typical Toyota Hybrid: The momentary is displayed as a chart. For the Navi Touch & Go with 3-D cards and three-year update, Toyota requires 790 euros.

Between the two round instruments in the cockpit, the 4.2-inch display displays information about the vehicle, the journey, and the audio source. In our style selection Wummerte, a JBL sound system with nine speakers and 576 watts.

As standard, the C-HR has seven airbags, active headrests, dipped-beam automatics, mountain-driving assistance, a brake assistant, an accident detection system, a beam-light assistant, track keeping with active steering support and a cruise control with Speed limiters on board.

The front collision detector responds very nervously in combination with the emergency assistant. So sometimes it rings in panic, even though the car ahead is still far away. Several times he struck an alarm without any other road user insight. The system also slows down too early in the case of shearing under cruise control. We would, therefore, dispense with the helper at the current stage of development. This is not the only time to disable the system occasionally. An expensive extra is the full LED headlights for 1,100 euros. The ultrasonic parking aid for the front is also not favorable at 350 euro.

2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid Engine Specs, Driving, Economy

Press Start button, the lever on D and the Toyota buzz electrically loose. The C-HR uses the proven hybrid technology from the Prius. Means: 1.8-liter-four cylinders with 98 PS plus a 72 hp strong electric motor. Together, the 122 horsepower results in system performance. With very little pressure on the accelerator and up to about 30 km/h, 2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid runs purely electrically. If the battery turns off the power, the burner will turn on. That makes Toyota perfect.

The pitch changes when the game is on the accelerator. Instead of soft säuselnd, the four-cylinder sounds intense and loud. It is sometimes tedious to overtake. Although the C-HR accelerates with 163 Newton meter torque from 0 to 100 km/h in 11 seconds and creates 170 km/h peak.

But the automatic transmission, which is integrated between the motor and the drive shaft, corrupts the good mood. The propulsion feels leaner than it is. The typical, somewhat asynchronous hybrid feeling: it becomes loud, felt nothing happens. If you don’t know that, you’ll need to take it. It is especially not suitable for the progressive optics of the C-HR.

To comfort: The four-cylinder runs for a long time in the optimum speed range and burns little fuel. At a mixed ride in the city, over land and highway at directional speed and without heating, it was on average 6.2 liters to 100 kilometers. A look at Spritmonitor.de shows that the average consumption of the hybrid version is 5.04 liters to 100 kilometers. Extreme outlier: 7.66 liters.

That’s all OK, but a bit away from the NEDC standard consumption of 3.8 liters. In terms of thrift, the C-HR remains behind the identically motorized Prius. The small tank holds 43 liters, of which about 5 liters reserve and is sufficient for a practical range of around 610 kilometers.

Hardly a hybrid fan will move the Toyota C-HR primarily athletically. For you, relaxed gliding counts. This is what the C-HR does with its balanced chassis. It’s taut, but not hard. The steering is sensitive, but not nervous. The crossover hop neither nervously over bad roads nor steers it angular through the curves-and that despite wide track and large wheels,

The C-HR drives balanced, pleasant, good. The chassis is easy to compare to T-Roc or Audi A2. If one hides the aggressive optics and the sometimes annoyingly high-rotating gasoline engine, then the C-HR agile as few in this class. Great job, Toyota.

2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid Price and Equipment

The 2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid costs at least 21,990 euros with conventional petrol and basic equipment, the hybrid starts at 27,390 euro. This is not only due to the additional electric motor but also to the higher-quality flow equipment (normally from 24,930 euros). The sense of power included are among others 17-inches, leather steering wheel, traffic sign identification, two-zone climate control, DAB +, Auto-dimming internal mirrors and the audio system with integrated reversing camera. Those who do not want to do without a really good sound in the car invest in the variant style selection (27,940 euro), because it includes the JBL sound system.

The C-HR then drives with 18-inches, has a seat heater, a heated steering wheel, and other amenities – we would recommend this option. The hybrid drive, however, does not fit ideally into the jagged SUV – unless you buy the Toyota precisely because of this drive.

In 2019 Toyota C-HR Hybrid, however, he can’t play his savings advantage as convincingly as in Prius or Auris. The cheaper, conventional 1.2-liter turbo petrol engine with 116 HP is a good alternative to this car. Should be 4WD, anyway the only one (from 31,240 euros).

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