Toyota C-HR VIN Lookup
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The Toyota C-HR, produced from 2018 to 2022, carved a niche in the subcompact SUV segment with its unique, bold styling and engaging drive, yet it was not without its flaws. Lacking an all-wheel-drive option, a standard in its class, and hindered by poor visibility, the C-HR also lagged in performance, notably taking over 11 seconds for a 0-60 mph acceleration. Despite this, it achieved a commendable 29 mpg overall. Its continuously variable transmission, while generally smooth, tended to emphasize engine noise, and the ride was firmly controlled, albeit with noticeable wind noise at higher speeds. Design-wise, the C-HR featured hidden rear door handles for a coupe-like appearance, but this made door access challenging, particularly for children. The interior, although spacious in the rear, was marred by small windows that created a somewhat gloomy atmosphere. Safety features were a strong point, especially with the 2021 upgrade to the Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 system, adding advanced driver assistance technologies. However, 2022 marked the end of the C-HR's production, leaving behind a legacy of a distinctive, if somewhat polarizing, vehicle in the competitive subcompact SUV market.