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It’s hard to believe, considering the automaker practically pioneered the compact crossover segment, that Toyota waited this long to introduce something smaller than its popular RAV4.

More surprising still, the 2018 Toyota C-HR wasn’t even planned as a Toyota in the first place and was supposed to hit the North American market bearing a Scion badge. However, that brand’s demise opened the door to a tiny Toyota ready to take on the likes of the Nissan Juke and Honda HR-V, among others, in a segment that’s set to explode.
Read more about 2018 Toyota C-HR Review at AutoGuide.com.
 

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2018 Toyota C-HR First Drive

Interesting review - but given it's rather sporty appearance, if I were in the market for this vehicle I would want AWD, an option for a stronger engine, and a manual or a multi-geared auto gearbox rather than the somewhat rubber-bandy CVT mentioned.

Typically, the European models offer vastly more choices.
 

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Like the looks.
No AWD = Fail
Anemic 2.0L = Fail
CVT = Fail

3 strikes your out.
 
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