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C-HR VUD

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Especificaciones

  • Capacidad máxima de pasajeros - 5
  • Asientos delanteros tipo butaca
  • Apoyabrazos central delantero
  • Asiento trasero de tipo banco
  • Asiento trasero plegable y abatible
  • Apoyabrazos central trasero
  • Pomo de la palanca de cambios forrado en cuero
  • Radio AM/FM
  • Controles en el volante para sistema de sonido
  • Altavoces - 6
  • 1a fila pantallas de cristal líquido LCD - 2
  • Dimensión de la pantalla LCD primaria - 7.0 plg
  • Conectividad inalámbrica - Bluetooth
  • Suspensión independiente a las cuatro ruedas
  • Barra estabilizadora delantera
  • Barra estabilizadora trasera
  • Dirección asistida
  • Dirección asistida proporcional a la velocidad
  • Aros de ruedas de aleación
  • Llantas delanteras - 225/50 VR18.0
  • Llantas traseras - 225/50 VR18.0
  • Dimensión de los aros de ruedas - 18 pulg
  • Aire acondicionado
  • Climatización automática
  • Climatización en dos zonas para los asientos delanteros
  • Control de velocidad de crucero
  • Control guarda-distancia
  • Ventanas eléctricas
  • Apertura de un solo toque
  • Cierre de un solo toque
  • Cerradura central de seguros a distancia con control remoto
  • Entrada con iluminación
  • Volante inclinable
  • Volante telescópico
  • Espejo retrovisor con autoatenuación
  • Espejo de cortesía del lado del conductor
  • Espejo de cortesía del lado del pasajero
  • Portavasos delanteros
  • Portavasos traseros
  • Cajuela en la puerta del conductor
  • Cajuela en la puerta del pasajero
  • Cierre eléctrico del maletero
  • Garantía de parachoques a parachoques - 36 meses/36,000 millas
  • Garantía sobre el grupo motopropulsor - 60 meses/60,000 millas
  • Garantía contra la perforación por corrosión - 60 meses/distancia ilimitada
  • Garantía de asistencia en la carretera - 24 meses/25,000 millas
  • Garantía de manteniemiento - 24 meses/25,000 millas
  • Espejos retrovisores con ajuste eléctrico
  • Espejos retrovisores con intermitente integrado
  • Alerón trasero
  • Espejos retrovisores - color carrocería
  • Parachoques - color carrocería
  • Cilindrada - 2.0 L
  • Configuración de cilindros - I4
  • Potencia - 144 cv a 6,100 rpm
  • Par motor - 139 pie-lb a 3,900 rpm
  • Válvulas - 16
  • Control variable de intervalo de válvulas
  • Inyección multipunto MPI secuencial
  • Combustible recomendado - regular sin plomo
  • Modalidad seleccionable por el conductor
  • Control de cambio secuencial
  • Tipo - tracción delantera
  • Diferencial de deslizamiento limitado
  • Economía de combustible combinada - 29mpg
  • Tanque de combustible - 13.2 galones
  • Economia de combustible en ciudad - 27mpg
  • Economia de combustible en carretera - 31mpg
  • Faros completamente automáticos
  • Faros con apagado diferido
  • Limpiaparabrisas intermitente con intervalos variables
  • Limpiaparabrisas trasero
  • Desempañador
  • Lámparas de lectura delanteras
  • Tacómetro
  • Indicador de la temperatura exterior
  • Indicador de baja presión de aire en los neumáticos
  • Computador de recorrido parcial
  • Advertencia de abandono de carril - activa
  • Cámara de asistencia al aparcamiento trasero
  • Visualizador - analógico
  • Colisión frontal - mitigación
  • Cilindrada - 2.0 L
  • Potencia - 144 cv a 6,100 rpm
  • Par motor - 139 pie-lb a 3,900 rpm
  • Diámetro x carrera - 80.5 x 97.6 mm (3.17 x 3.84 pulg)
  • Relación de compresión - 10.50 a 1
  • Peso neto - 1,497 kg (3,300 lb)
  • Peso Bruto Nominal del Veh. GVWR - 1,964 kg (4,330 lb)
  • Longitud - 4,348 mm (171.2 pulg)
  • Ancho - 1,796 mm (70.7 pulg)
  • Altura - 1,565 mm (61.6 pulg)
  • Distancia entre ejes - 2,639 mm (103.9 pulg)
  • Radio de giro - 5.2 m (17.1 pies)
  • Espacio para piernas delantero - 1,105 mm (43.5 pulg)
  • Espacio para piernas trasero - 805 mm (31.7 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza delantero - 968 mm (38.1 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza trasero - 973 mm (38.3 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas delantero - 1,346 mm (53.0 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas trasero - 1,219 mm (48.0 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros delantero - 1,245 mm (49.0 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros trasero - 1,334 mm (52.5 pulg)
  • Volumen de pasajeros - 2,373 L (83.8 pie3)
  • Frenos de discos en las 4 ruedas
  • Frenos frenos antibloqueo (ABS)
  • Sistema de asistencia al frenado de emergencia
  • Dos bolsas de aire frontales
  • Dos bolsas de aire laterales delanteras
  • Bolsas de aire integradas en el techo
  • Bolsa de aire para protección de rodillas
  • Bolsa de aire trasera de impacto lateral
  • Bolsa de aire con sensor de ocupantes
  • Alarma de pánico
  • Inmovilizador
  • Sistema de seguridad
  • Programa de estabilidad electrónico
  • Control de tracción
  • Ángulo de ataque - 16 grados
  • Ángulo de salida - 38 grados
  • Distancia mínima libre al suelo - 150 mm (5.9 pulg)

Tapicerías

  MSRP Motor Transmisión Ciudad/Hwy mpg
XLE 2018 Toyota C-HR VUD XLE Buscar nuevos $22,500   144-hp 2.0L 4-cil    27 / 31  
XLE Premium 2018 Toyota C-HR VUD XLE Premium Buscar nuevos $24,350   144-hp 2.0L 4-cil    27 / 31  

Reviews

Driving Impression

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Toyota has given the C-HR respectable handling and roadholding capabilities, significantly beyond the limits of prior small-size Toyota models.

Even when cornering briskly, the C-HR feels secure and well-planted on the pavement. Steering isn’t as numb as that of typical Toyotas, and the ride is smooth, but this crossover/hatchback is no match for Mazda products in terms of handling and precise responses.

Acceleration is a sadder tale. Toyota’s 144-horsepower engine simply cannot provide anything approaching lively performance, pulling a relatively heavy, 3,300 pound-vehicle. At every level of performance, the C-HR can be deemed sluggish, even in Sport mode.

Fuel economy doesn’t compensate for lackluster performance, either. The C-HR is EPA-rated at 27/31 mpg City/Highway, or 29 mpg Combined. Though adequate, those figures hardly constitute thrifty fuel-efficiency in a smaller car. A Honda Fit, for instance, manages an estimated 36 mpg in Combined driving. As measured by its high coefficient of drag (0.34), the C-HR’s body doesn’t come across as particularly aerodynamic.

Engine noise is noticeable, but not trouble. Most howls that emanate from beneath the hood when accelerating are restrained by sound-deadening material.

Walk Around

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Considerably bigger than it appears, the C-HR is dominated by a collection of expressive body lines, joined by swooping curves, slits, and accents. Working together, complemented by a high stance, they form an extroverted design that’s far more noticeable than most smaller crossovers and hatchbacks. Not everyone will applaud the design, but it is distinctive. Toyota isn’t known for risky design, but over the years, distinctive designs that excite some and offend others are often more successful than bland designs that no one notices.

Viewed from the side, the overall effect has even been described as skeletal. Rear door handles are concealed within the pillars, which turn upward at the tall back end. A rising window line, below the sloping roof, emulates the look of a two-door coupe.

What might be termed cat-eye headlights flow into front fenders, wrapping snugly into each wheel well. Standard 18-inch wheels actually look a bit small. Dubbed R-Code, the white-roof option is offered only for certain body colors.

Interior Overview

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Compared to other small crossovers and hatchbacks, the C-HR’s cabin scores highly. Quite spacious inside, front and back, Toyota’s C-HR is wider than might be expected.

Suggesting its appeal to youthful buyers, Toyota calls the central control pod the MeZone. Controls for the 7.0-inch touchscreen blend with stylish-looking knobs and switches. Qualifying as a design theme, diamond shapes turn up in various locations, including the headliner fabric. Diamond patterns are even molded into the plastic lower door panels.

One feature that’s absent is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

Occupants get ample headroom all around, due partly to the C-HR’s high-riding stance. Six-footers shouldn’t have a problem with head clearance. Sitting rather high, rear riders can expect abundant foot space, a wide bench, and comfortably upright position. Unlike many smaller crossovers and hatchbacks, three adults can actually fit on the back seat without undue discomfort.

Though well-bolstered and comfortable, front seats are lower than expected in a relatively tall compact vehicle. A long-legged driver might consider the front cushions a bit short.

Storage bins and trays are plentiful, but cargo space doesn’t match the passenger roominess. Split back seats fold to form a flat load floor, but it’s curiously high, impeding easy loading. Cargo volume is a so-so 19 cubic feet with the rear seatback upright, growing to a modest 32.4 cubic feet when it’s folded.

The materials in the all-black cabin are of average quality. Soft-touch surfaces are scattered around, but hard plastic remains in a number of areas. The nylon cargo cover seems quite flimsy, compared to the vinyl covers installed in rival models.

Summary

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By unleashing such an expressive design into the compact crossover/hatchback arena, Toyota reveals its core goal: to attract younger buyers. Some prospects will doubtless be turned off by the love-it/hate-it look, but Toyota hopes enough others will be swayed in its direction. Prices are a bit high for a compact, but both trim levels are well-equipped. Only one factory option is offered, but dealers can install plenty of personalization extras.

Driving impressions by John Voelcker, The Car Connection. James M. Flammang contributed to this report.

Model Lineup

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Toyota C-HR XLE ($22,500) has fabric seat upholstery, power windows/locks, 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, 7.0-inch touchscreen audio, leather-wrapped steering wheel, cargo cover, and rearview camera. Power mirrors contain turn-signal indicators. (Prices are MSRP and do not include destination charge.)

C-HR XLE Premium ($24,350) adds blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, heated front seats, pushbutton start, foglamps, and puddle lights.

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