2020 Toyota C-HR Petrol Review; Equipment, Features & Fuel Economy
TEST, DEFECTS AND REAL CONSUMPTION OF THE 2020 TOYOTA C-HR 1.2 ACTIVE PETROL WITH MANUAL TRANSMISSION AND FRONT-WHEEL DRIVE
2020 Toyota C-HR gasoline A model of great success, when it comes to Toyota C-HR everyone thinks about the hybrid version. In the price list, however, there is also one equipped with a traditional turbo petrol engine. The version with manual transmission and front-wheel drive is at the base of the range and has prices starting from 24.850 euros (but there is an offer to 21.050 euros on the official website , when we write): here is the test of the Toyota C- HR 1.2 Turbo Active.
the Toyota C-HR debuted in 2016 – the Japanese crossover still has a futuristic look. Sharp edges and facets give it momentum, almost to make it look like a coupé out of Star Wars. The high beltline and the elusive profile of the roof, however, result in slightly large glazing, which in combination with the dark interior (no fixtures foresees them clear) remove the light from the cockpit.
2020 Toyota C-HR Interior
JAPANESE STYLE On board, however, you can breathe an air of very Japanese quality: concrete, but not Spartan, with accurate fittings and an orderly and intuitive arrangement of commands . The habitability is clear, when the centimeter is speaking: 4.36 meters long, 1.80 meters wide and 1.56 meters high, translates into 5 comfortable seats and a 377 to 1,500 liters of adjustable luggage capacity, even if the little light makes the rear seats less comfortable.
Standart Equipment Also limited to the maneuvering view, but the standard rear-view camera makes up for the problem. Other useful standard features include adaptive cruise control, dual-zone automatic climate control, the keyless system and the Toyota Touch 2 multimedia system with 8-inch display, keys and Bluetooth, USB and Aux-in connections. Just enough to travel in full comfort.
CONVINCED 360 ° Moving the 2020 Toyota C-HR 1.2 petrol confirms itself as a very pleasant companion: both in the home office as well as on long-distance journeys and, why not, in sports driving. The trim ensures good road holding and 17-inch alloy wheels with 215/60 R17 tires are a good compromise between cornering accuracy and road irregularity absorption.
The Quality a perceived But it is mainly the development of the steering gear and the various controls to make driving a pleasure of this Toyota. The steering wheel is light and communicative at the same time; the precise and well-guided change in the grafts; precise movements of all controls on the dashboard and correct consistency of the pedals. Everything contributes to a very high perceived quality: up to the reputation of the Japanese house.
2020 Toyota C-HR Petrol Fuel Economy
REAL CONSUMPTION And if the 4-cylinder 1.2-liter turbo with 116 horsepower could make one think of an under-sized engine for a car of almost 1,400 kg, we think the numbers to disprove. The C-HR petrol reaches in fact the 190 km / h and completes the acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 10.9 seconds, with consumption around 7.1 l / 100 km in the mixed, 9.6 l / 100 km in the city and 5.6 l / 100 km on the motorway measured via the on-board computer.
Tacco only Translating the numbers into sensations, the engine is perky and has a precise response, with a delay due to the almost imperceptible turbo and a voice never too intrusive. Useful is the gem of the 6-speed manual transmission equipped with iMT (Intelligent Manual Transmission): a system that performs the heel toe by itself to make the guide more fluid and reveals its usefulness to relaxed gaits, increasing comfort, as in the sporting guide.