The Toyota C-HR could be a vehicle that is called wacky, alongside the Nissan Juke, but you do have to agree that it was designed with more taste. The styling elements of the vehicle are bold, however at the same time this is an aggressive boldness, unlike the styling of the Juke, which is said to be just plain weird.
The Honda C-HR will be a big player among the subcompact crossover segment and this goes toe to toe with the Subaru Crosstrek and the Jeep Renegade. The Nissan Juke however has been behind when it comes to sales.
The Honda C-HR does offer high potential for becoming a success as the segment leader is derived from the early reception of the hybrid. The 1.8 litre engine in the hybrid setup is going to come from the Toyota Prius.
We heard that the variation is going to make up for around 70% of the initial stock of the crossover at dealers in Europe. There simply hasn’t been another nameplate from Toyota that has enjoyed so much attention from would be buyers that that of the Honda C-HR.
People are already taking a lot of interest in the subcompact hybrid vehicle and we haven’t even heard about the full specs yet. We are hoping that Toyota C-HR is going to be able to put up a good fight when it comes up against vehicles such as the Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V, next year.