Toyota glams up C-HR crossover for 2020
It’s an aesthetically appealing option with adequate levels of practicality, luxury, safety and dynamism
Toyota has more or less rediscovered that it’s a premium car maker. This shouldn’t be a surprise given that some of its more recent cars, such as the Rav4 and particularly the new Corolla hatch, are founded on new virtues of refinement and excitement where once the company was famed for dull pragmatism.
These days Toyota is known for its attractive hatches, and crossovers such as the C-HR, which has received a fairly comprehensive update...