Charl Bosch
Online Motoring Reporter
4 minute read
4 Mar 2020
10:54 am

Toyota C-HR crosses in more tech and style

Charl Bosch

The diminutive 85 kW powerunit punches above its size and offers good response with very minimal lag.

One of the first models to break away from its usual conservative styling roots, the Toyota C-HR has, since going on sale in South Africa three years ago, been something of a quiet entity as the segment it competes in exploded at a rapid rate. Undeniably a niche model skewed more towards the sporty side of the compact SUV market rather than a fully-fledged volume seeker, the youthful and funky Coupe High-Rider has now benefited from a mid-life facelift that not only brings a few cosmetic enhancements, but also new comfort and safety features. Arguably one of the few models...